NCIS season 19 Updates: NCIS fans are well known that Agent Gibbs (Mark Harmon) will be playing a supporting role in season 19 of the CBS series. Special Agent Alden Park (Gary Cole) is filling in for the star, who appears to be easing out of the show. Will Park, on the other hand, take over Gibbs’ role in the upcoming season?
The cast is changing dramatically, with Gibbs only appearing in a few episodes and Ellie Bishop (Emily Wickersham) departing at the season 18 finale. With the new season approaching, many are wondering if Cole’s character would take the place of Gibbs in season 19 and beyond.
Apart from the fact that he is an FBI Special Agent, not much is known about Park. This indicates that he is not a member of the NCIS team and is likely assisting with a particularly tough case.
NCIS season 19: Who’s Special Agent?
However, with Gibbs confirmed to be away for most of the next season, the NCIS team will require a replacement. If Park isn’t available, Timothy McGee (Sean Murray) is the next best option, as he has more experience than anybody else on the squad.
Harmon was reportedly planning to quit the series once season 18 aired, according to reports. However, CBS allegedly feared that if the celebrity departed, the program would be canceled, so an arrangement was reached for him to just appear a few times. If Harmon does depart the show after season 19, CBS is likely to examine backup plans, with Cole a potential possibility to fill his shoes.
With so little information about Alden Park, it’s difficult to predict how he’ll play a role in Season 19. Fans, on the other hand, are anticipating significant changes but are relieved to learn that Gibbs is not going anywhere anytime soon.