We still have just under two months to go until the NCIS season 19 premiere airs on CBS, but we can pass along some news now pertaining to filming!
In a new post on Twitter, Christopher J. Waild (who wrote this particular episode) confirms that episode 1 is officially in the can from a production point of view. Sure, there is still work that remains from an editing/sound point of view, but this is the latest stepping stone to getting the show back on the air. It is also nice to have confirmation that Waild’s episode is, in fact, going to be the premiere — sometimes NCIS films episodes out of order for a wide array of reasons.
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Based on some of the teases Waild posted last week (see them here), it is fair to guess that this first episode is going to have a lot of Gibbs-related content — which makes sense, given the events of the finale. We need to figure out first and foremost what he does following the boat explosion, let alone if he is able to get justice over the attack on his life. There’s no confirmation right now as to who is responsible, but all signs point to it being the serial killer that he and Marcie Warren were looking to track.
Are there any new clues in the latest post from Christopher? You can read the image of the bike below however you choose; we don’t think that there is anything that concrete or substantial on the surface. It’s just something more to think about/be excited for as we eagerly await the show coming back on Monday, September 20.
What do you think is going to happen over the course of the NCIS season 19 premiere?
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