"NCIS" Season 14 will sadly be without Tony DiNozzo after Michael Weatherly announced his departure from the CBS police procedural after Season 13. While many fans are still hoping to hear some form of closure for the "Tiva" storyline, a lot of fans expressed contentment with his exit from the show. Is Cote de Pablo's return no longer necessary? Can Tess be a good replacement for both Tony and Ziva?
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"NCIS" Season 14 spoilers are hinting on the possibility that Cote de Pablo and Michael Weatherly may still return to the show despite their respective exits in Seasons 11 and 13. As seen in the Season 13 finale, Tony was given the advice of believing in whatever it is that he wants to believe in.
This led to speculations that Ziva is still alive and the "Tiva" storyline may be given closure in the upcoming seasons of "NCIS." Carter Matt notes that the show should still pay tribute to Tony by mentioning him every now and then.
Several fans expressed that Cote de Pablo's return in "NCIS" is no longer necessary whether her character is still alive or not. Others, however, still requested for a proper closure for the Tony-Ziva storyline and some are even hoping for a spinoff based on these two characters.
Buddy TV also reports on the new agent that was introduced in the last two episodes of Season 13 - Tess. According to the publication, Tess' appearance in "NCIS" Season 14 is something that a lot of fans are not taking so well.
A lot of fans believed that the show may be trying hard to find a good replacement for Tony. A user named Joni55 commented on the said article and stated that "NCIS" Season 14 would be better off without Tess because she is trying to compete with Gibbs and cannot even match up to Ziva.
Do you think "NCIS" Season 14 should still give a proper closure to the "Tiva" storyline? Share your thoughts in the comments section below!
"NCIS" Season 14 is expected to premiere in late September on CBS.
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