Michael Weatherly starrer TV series “NCIS” will go on air with its Season 13 finale episode today.As the series is renewed for Season 14, fans are wondering if actor Michael Weatherly, after his farewell episode, would return in Season 14. But there is no update from actress Cote de Pablo if she will make any appearance in the future season of “NCIS.”According to Deadline, in a press call, Michael Weatherly was asked for possible return visits to “NCIS” as a guest star. He said, “I believe in the franchise of NCIS very much.I would absolutely be open to anything and everything, including things that no one’s even thought of yet.
But he has also not clearly stated if his appearance as a guest star would be in Season 14 of “NCIS.”Moreover, actress Cote de Pablo who played the character Ziva in the “NCIS” series exited the show in Season 11.
There is no new update from the actress yet if she is going to appear in Season 14 of “NCIS.” She had already mentioned that she will not return for the farewell episode.
The premiere date of “NCIS” Season 14 is not yet officially announced.
There are chances that perhaps the additional cast members for the last two episodes of “NCIS” Season 13 — Sarah Clarke as Tess Monroe and Duane Henry as Clayton Reeves — might continue playing important roles in the upcoming Season 14 of the show. Michael Weatherly’s Tony Di Nozzo will bid adieu to the “NCIS” series after its farewell episode. News, Michael Weatherly expressed himself on what he feels on fans’ reactions would be after watching the finale.
To which he said that he feels connected with the crew and everyone that maybe that has skewed the way he feels about the finale.
He also added that, “I think it’s going to be an overwhelmingly positive reaction and I think Gary [Glasberg, showrunner] and CBS and everyone has really put together a powder keg.”The “NCIS” Season 13 finale episode will air on May 17 on CBS.
It's not like we're counting votes, but if it did come down to numbers, count Rocky Carroll, who plays Director Vance on NCIS, on the anti-Tiva bandwagon.
Don't forget to catch: 'NCIS' Fan Columnist: Double Identity Recap Actually, scratch that. In fact, Carroll admits to TV Guide that he does enjoy the "intriguing" aspect of their relationship, but he professes that he rather see things end there. "Sometimes the suggestion is much more intriguing to me than finalizing it, because once they do become romantically involved, where do you go from there? But all I can say is it was good," she said, followed by loud, possibly meaningful laughter.
"There's a segment of NCIS fans who share the exact same sentiment, that formalizing things can ruin it for Tony (Michael Weatherly) and Ziva (Cote de Pablo). De Pablo tried skirting the question but finally admitted that, "As long as these characters are onscreen together, there will always be unfulfilled sexual tension.
The two recently revealed what she thought happened on that fateful night in Paris at the Paley Fest."I'll give you the short answer," De Pablo was quoted as saying. I think that is something that people enjoy and we definitely love playing with that."For his part, Weatherly teases that Tony and Ziva had "a tremendous amount of fun" in Paris.
"Ziva had more fun with Tony than she thought she was going to have, which maybe shocked her a little bit, because she was so angry at him after he killed her boyfriend last year," he adds.