The Real Reasons Why Main Characters Left NCIS | ⭐OSSA

NCIS has been on TV for 15 years, and it seems
its popularity is only increasing with time. During this time we’ve seen many good and
bad things happening on the screens, including the departure of our favorite actors. Prepare to hear plenty of spoilers now, so
if you haven’t seen the show yet, be careful! In this video we’re gonna tell you why the
main characters left the NCIS! And before we start – we share new exciting
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to get notified about our latest videos. Sasha Alexander was the first main character
to leave the ‘NCIS’ cast. She played the part of a Secret Service-turned-NCIS agent Caitiln
Todd. Sasha Alexander confessed that she doesn’t
regret leaving NCIS. However, Alexander told Zap2It she hasn’t
even had to think her decision over later on, even though the programme has quite high
ratings now. “The show did very well from the beginning,”
she said. “We were consistent, but for whatever reason, it didn’t get press coverage then.
I always thought it was a great show.” Alexander also said that she is “not surprised”
about NCIS’s success and explained: “It travels really well, no matter what country it’s shown
in. There’s a fun quality to it and people can relate to that. To me, NCIS has always
been a bit of a comic book.” She added: “Do I regret leaving? I absolutely
don’t, for a million reasons that I’ve never spoken about… for a million reasons that
I can’t. I had a wonderful time doing it for two years, though.” In 2010, Sasha Alexander turned back to the
procedural genre in TNT’s ‘Rizzoli&Isles,’ with the part of a fashion-conscious medical
examiner. And it seems like she was totally satisfied
with the show, as she had worked through all the 6 seasons! Although de Pablo is not Israeli, her Ziva
David is one of the most outstanding Israeli characters in pop culture. The reason why everybody’s favorite Cote de
Pablo left the show is less prominent. “Unfortunately, because of political things
and the scripts not being good enough, I chose not to [stay]. I love this character. I worked
eight years in crafting this character and loving her, so when I felt or I perceived
the character was not being treated with the respect that she deserved, all the money in
the world couldn’t buy [me].” It is definitely disappointing that we didn’t
even get to touch base with Agent Ziva after Cote de Pablo de[arted from the show in the
beginning of Season 11, it would have been even more disappointing if she settled for
a last-minute cameo instead of following her own wishes. Earlier this year at an appearance at Babson
College, Cote de Pablo also revealed what NCIS was thinking of doing with Ziva, had
the actress not decided to leave. And it looks like the star was meant for a
future without the CBS drama. “They were going to send her back to Israel
and make her an unfortunate, miserable woman. I said well what do I leave all the women
who have watched and followed the show? I didn’t think it was fair. And so I said, ‘Until
someone can really write something fantastic for her, I won’t come back” Cote de Pablo then played in the ‘The Dovekeepers,’
a 2015 CBS miniseries from the producers of “The Bible,” about the standoff by Jewish
rebels against the Roman army, and about the siege of Masada. Michael Weatherly confessed that he decided
to leave NCIS due to the departure of Cote de Pablo from the show and due to his desire
to grow professionally. “Their great dynamic, the badinage and sparring
and flirting between [Tony and de Pablo’s Ziva] and how they would swing from siblings
to near lovers and back to buddies, that was gone, and then I got to the point where I
felt I’d stayed at the party for too long. I would look around the room and other people
were really in sync and having fun. The show was a huge success, but I just suddenly realized
that I probably had other things that I should be doing. And then the wanderlust set in.
I directed a documentary. I have a production company. And I wanted to spend time with my
family” So it looks like that one of the main reasons
for his departure popped up when Cote de Pablo’s Ziva also left the CBS drama in the 11th season. After that specific relationship no longer
went on, Michael started feeling as if Tony DiNozzo’s time on NCIS pretty much came to
an end. There is something sad about him comparing
his time on the show to overstaying at the party. Parties are not to grow old, and DiNozzo
is not to get bored. Nevertheless, his decision to leave the series
wasn’t the lightest to make. Later in one of the interviews, Michael confessed
that his departure from NCIS was a sad one, and it was for his acting skills that he managed
to keep it together during a number of his scenes. Although it is a relief to know that he’ll
spend more time with his family, it’s obvious that he understands that also means leaving
another family behind. In September 2016, Michael Weatherly started
headlining ‘Bull,’ his own series, inspired by Dr. Phil McGraw’s pre-talk show days as
a jury consultant. Jennifer Esposito is departing from the CBS
drama NCIS after one season as a series regular. Esposito was first introduced in the 14th
season of the NCIS last fall. She played the NCIS special agent Alexandra “Alex” Quinn. “It was a great experience,” Esposito
told Deadline. “I could not have asked for a better opportunity than to work with the
NCIS cast and producers.” The reasons why she left the show are still
unclear, but we might find that out a bit later. Earlier Jennifer has also left Blue Bloods,
having appeared in 2 of the 3 main detective shows on TV. What’s next? Do you think we
can expect her appearance in Criminal Minds? As soon as Pauley Perrette announced her departure
from NCIS, fans immediately started suggesting why it happened. Let’s turn back to October, 2017, when the
actress confirmed her intended departure. Perrette announced the news on Twitter, where
she dispelled rumors that she was leaving NCIS in order to promote a line of skin care
products. “So, it is true that I am leaving NCIS after
this season. There have been all kinds of false stories as to why (NO I DON’T HAVE A
was a decision made last year. I hope everyone will love and enjoy EVERYTHING ABBY not only
for the rest of this season but for everything she has given all of us for 16 years. All
the love, all the laughter, all the inspiration … I love her as much as you do.” What inspired this random skin care-centric
rumor? It was probably Perrette’s September 2017
appearance on Inside Edition, where she talked about something completely unrelated to NCIS:
how she has been a victim of skin care advertisements who want to make money out of her “flawless
complexion” in order to sell their products. One company even made a news headline that
read “Pauley Perette AKA Abby Scuito is Leaving NCIS to Pursue Skin Care Line – See Which
Anti-Aging Product She Really Uses!” The 49-year-old actress definitely doesn’t
look her age, yet, some brands and publications have taken the secret of her maintenance of
such a youthful glow way too far. “It’s a fake company. It’s a scam,” explained
Perrette. “I have people, hundreds and hundreds of people, asking questions about why I would
pick a skin care line over my job. People are getting scammed and no one can catch these
people.” The true reason of her departure from the
show is very simple. Pauley realized that it’s time for her to move on. Having worked
at the same place for 14 years seems a bit too long, doesn’t it? “I believe in God and the universe so firmly,
and it just suddenly became blindingly apparent that now was the time,” Perrette told in an
interview with TV Insider, confirming that she had no hidden meaning
in her announcing on social media her plans to leave the show. “After a lot of thought,
I decided to announce it myself on Twitter because I didn’t want it to be turned into
anything ‘shocking.’ Abby leaving is more than a cheap TV ploy.” Perrette’s character will be missed in NCIS,
as she’s left Ducky and Mark Harmon’s Leroy Gibbs the only remaining original cast members,
but she’s definitely had a great impact on the fans and the series, which won’t be forgotten
any time soon. We are hoping that after a sufficient rest,
Pauley will appear in some other TV show! Starting from season 2 and all the way to season 5, the Naval Criminal Investigative
Service was overseen by director Jenny Shepard (Lauren Holly), the ex girlfriend and partner
of the team leader Leroy Jethro Gibbs (Mark Harmon). We are not sure of the reasons, but the rumor
is the actress herself wanted so. It was sort of a mix of reasons, one stating
that Lauren Holly wanted to leave after different roles, and try more movies as well. Also, Jenny Sheppard had a degenerative genetic
diseasse, as it was hinted in several episodes. The character wasn’t to stay too long anyways,
and the directors wanted to finish the season with a big bang, and that involved killing
someone off. After leaving the show, Lauren Holly starred
in plenty of movies and TV shows which only proves our guess.
Anyways, we are happy she’s found herself and is definitely doing what she likes! But we also have good news, which you probably
already are aware of! NCIS fans, it’s time to meet Diona Reasonover.
The 26-year-old star made her NCIS debut in the 15th season, but she is back for season
16 as Kasie Hines being a series regular. Reasonover joins the cast right after Pauler
Perrette’s departure from NCIS. Perrette’s Abby and Reasonover’s Kasie shared scenes
together, and Perrette gave Reasonover some advice. “Pauley was so sweet when I met her. She told
me to just be myself, really. She was like, just bring yourself to this role. She has
been, I think, such a wonderful grounding force on this show. She’s a really kind, generous person in real
life,” said Reasonover. Comment below what you think about all these
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