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NCIS, Season 14HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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In the season premiere, the NCIS team investigates a deadly car explosion in D.C. that connects to NCIS Special Agent Nicholas "Nick" Torres (new cast member Wilmer Valderrama), who disappeared six months ago while on a deep undercover assignment in Argentina. Also, Gibbs asks NCIS Special Agent Alexandra “Alex” Quinn (new cast member Jennifer Esposito) to shadow his team after rejecting eight agents she instructed and referred for the open agent position. Also, Duane Henry joins the cast as MI6 Officer Clayton Reeves.

Customer Reviews

Rogue

Awesome! I loved the new additions. Can’t wait till next week!!!

LOOKING FOWARD TO A GREAT YEAR!

Love all three new characters: Torres, Reeves, and especially Quinn (love Jennifer Esposito).

It will be a crowded set this year, but check this out:

When Gibbs retires he takes on a Mike Franks type role, and Mark Harmon guest stars a few times each year. Quinn heads up the new team. So you have Quinn/Gibbs just like you had Gibbs/Franks. I saw some good chemistry last night between Quinn and McGee, Bishop, and Torres, Quinn’s teasing Bishop included.

And if Ducky retires, I’d like to see Dr. Taft (Jon Cryer) take over the autopsy, since Jimmy isn’t an MD.

I was surprised I didn’t miss Tony that much. I have to agree with those who said that over the last few seasons the character stopped growing.

All the pieces are there. I hope the writers dish good scripts this year and develop the newbies as they did with Ziva and Vance, and not they way Bishop was developed.

Don't like it without Tony

The show is not the same without Tony and bringing two new agents at the same time is to much to get used to. I know it's hard to fill in Tony's shoes but bringing two agents is to much there is simply no connection between the characters