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Mark Harmon (Harvard-Westlake) is retiring from NCIS. But Jason Antoon (Sherman Oaks Notre Dame) is one of the stars of NCIS Hawaii.
As one TVLine reader winningly put it, #NCIS broke the fourth wall last night to solve a long-running mystery: tvline.com/2021/10/11/ncis-mystery-solved-how-gibbs-gets-boat-from-basement/
Mark Harmon Exits #NCIS After 19 Seasons — And Here Are the Best Moments From Gibbs’ Goodbye Episode tvline.com/lists/mark-harmon-last-ncis-episode-season-19-episode-4-gibbs-leaves/ via @MattMitovich
Will Mark Harmon leave NCIS?
Mark Harmon is leaving “NCIS” after more than 18 seasons. ... Harmon, whose character first appeared on “JAG” in 2003, will remain an executive producer on the CBS procedural, currently in its 19th season. “As an executive producer and dear friend, Mark continues to be an integral part of the fabric of the show. al.comMark Harmon leaving ‘NCIS’ after 18 seasons
Is the character Gibbs leaving NCIS?
Mark Harmon's Leroy Jethro Gibbs leaves 'NCIS' squad, but show says 'never count' him out. ... Harmon's Gibbs launched the series as the main character when the show first premiered on CBS in 2003 and now, 18 years later, he's taking a step back from the squad. But according to the show, it isn't goodbye forever. USA TODAYMark Harmon's Leroy Jethro Gibbs leaves 'NCIS' squad, but show says 'never count' him out
Does Gibbs stay in Alaska?
In the episode, his character, Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, chose to stay in Alaska after he and Special Agent Timothy McGee, played by Sean Murray, spent time in the state solving a case involving a contract killer. "I'm not going back, Tim," Gibbs said while fishing. "I'm not going back home." Yahoo News'NCIS' star Mark Harmon officially exits the show after nearly 20 years, but his character is very much still alive
The 70-year-old Harmon’s alter-ego, Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Sean Murray), informed NCIS Director Vance (Rocky Carroll) that he’d remain in Alaska, where he had just solved a case, Deadline noted.
In a fishing scene, Gibbs explained to Special Agent Timothy McGee (Sean Murray) that he felt a “sense of peace” in Alaska. Gibbs complimented McGee on watching his back for 18 years and the two shared a hug.
Harmon’s character endured a suspension and a boat explosion in the previous season.
“As an executive producer and dear friend, Mark continues to be an integral part of the fabric of the show,” executive producer and showrunner Steve Binder said in a statement posted to Twitter. “Our north star has always been staying true to our characters, and that truth has always guided the stories we tell and where those characters go. So regarding the future of Gibbs, as long-time fans of the show may have noticed over the years…never count Leroy Jethro Gibbs out.”
While Monday’s installment marks the end of Harmon’s run as a regular, Kelly Kahl, president of CBS Entertainment, hinted that he might return once in a while.
“We’re just going to have to see how it plays out going forward,” Kahl said.
TVLine reported that Harmon wanted to leave after last season, but agreed to return in limited appearances to ensure that “NCIS” would be renewed.
The show won an international award as the most-watched drama in the world in 2014.
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12 October, 2021 - 01:02pm
Gibbs and McGee head to Alaska while the team works at home to uncover the conspiracy behind the serial killer in a new episode of NCIS titled “Great Wide Open” which airs tonight (October 11) at 9pM ET/PT on CBS. Below, find some preview images and a list of guest stars.
“Great Wide Open” – Gibbs and McGee head to Alaska while the team works at home to uncover the conspiracy behind the serial killer, on the CBS Original series NCIS, Monday, Oct. 11 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+. Pictured: Sean Murray as NCIS Special Agent Timothy McGee, Mark Harmon as NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs. Photo: Cliff Lipson/CBS ©2021 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
NCIS stars Mark Harmon (NCIS Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs), Sean Murray (NCIS Special Agent Timothy McGee), Wilmer Valderrama (NCIS Special Agent Nicholas “Nick” Torres), Brian Dietzen (Medical Examiner Jimmy Palmer), Diona Reasonover (Forensic Scientist Kasie Hines), Katrina Law (NCIS Special Agent Jessica Knight), Rocky Carroll (NCIS Director Leon Vance), Gary Cole (FBI Special Agent Alden Parker), and David McCallum (Dr. Donald “Ducky” Mallard).
The guest cast list for “Great Wide Open” includes Pam Dawber (Marcie Warren), John Hensley (Phil Hanover), Valarie Pettiford (Sonia Eberhart), Wayne Charles Baker (Tunu Alonak), Erik Passoja (FBI Deputy Director Wayne Sweeney), Nikki McCauley (Melanie Stafford), Karina Noelle Castillo (FBI Agent Ramirez), and Kimberly Christian (Nina Bradshaw).
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Shares in Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) are moving higher Tuesday morning after reports of a record month out of its plant in Shanghai, China. As of 10:50 a.m. EDT, the stock was up 1.6% and slightly off of the day's highs. The move brings the stock back above $800 per share, which also moves the company's market cap above $800 billion for the first time since Feb. 2021.
Investors got word today that Tesla sold more than 56,000 vehicles from its factory in China in September, setting a new monthly record. What's more, of those sales, only 3,853 were exported, according to a Reuters report. That's significant, because prior to September, most of Tesla's vehicles made in China have been exported in recent months, including more than 70% of August's production.
Tesla Model Y. Image source: Tesla.
The report, which cites data from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA), noted that overall passenger car sales in China dropped 17% in September compared to the prior-year period.
The more than 52,000 Model 3 and Model Y vehicles sold in the country compare to just 10,628 delivered by competitor Nio (NYSE:NIO) in the month, most of which were sold domestically.
Tesla had previously reported delivering more than 240,000 globally in the third quarter ended Sept. 30, beating analyst estimates. The data from China shows that the record production at that plant helped contribute to the outperformance. Almost a quarter of its Model 3 and Model Y sales worldwide for the third quarter can be attributed to the Shanghai facility.
Tesla's production could also get a boost before the end of the year from the company's new factory near Berlin, Germany. After a visit to the German facility over the weekend, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that he expects that factory to receive final regulatory approval and begin producing the Model Y there by the end of the year.
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