NCIS Season 11 Episode 1 Review & Recap !!

ncis season 11 episode 1 recap

The premiere of the eleventh season of the police procedural drama NCIS took place on Tuesday, September 24, 2013, at 8 o’clock in the evening, the same time slot as the premieres of the previous seasons.

During the course of the season, Special Agent Ziva David, played by Cote de Pablo, will be written out of the show; her last episode will be “Past, Present, and Future.” The episode “Crescent City (Part I),” which initially aired on March 25, 2014, is the first part of a backdoor pilot for a second spin-off from NCIS that will be centred in New Orleans and will be titled NCIS: New Orleans. This pilot will consist of two parts. You will get all the facts you need to know about the first episode of NCIS Season 11 in this page.

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Casting of NCIS Season 11

Colin Hanks returned as Defense Department investigator Richard Parsons in the premiere, and Marina Sirtis returned as Mossad Director Orli Elbaz in the second episode. In the first two episodes, Joe Spano reprised his role as FBI Agent Tobias C. Fornell. In episode 4, Muse Watson played Mike Franks. Ralph Waite (Jackson Gibbs) and Robert Wagner (Tony DiNozzo, Sr.) will both return.

Diane Neal reprises Abigail Borin in “Oil & Water.” Leslie Hope plays Sarah Porter, the new Secretary of the Navy, in the second episode. Margo Harshman portrays Timothy McGee’s girlfriend, Delilah Fielding. The third episode features Gibbs’ longtime friend Vera Strickland (Roma Maffia).

“Casting intel” on a new female character named Bishop was reported on August 13, 2013. Filming is expected for mid-October. Bishop’s “Bright, educated, athletic, gorgeous, fresh-faced, focused and socially uncomfortable 20-something female.

She’s brilliant, determined, and idealistic. She’s travelled widely, yet only feels at home.” Emily Wickersham is NSA Analyst Ellie Bishop. Wickersham was promoted two weeks before her debut. “Gut Check” is her first episode. Scott Bakula was considered for a recurring role. In NCIS: New Orleans, he played Dwayne Pride.

NCIS Season 11 Episode 11 Recap

NCIS’s “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” Season 11 opener picks up where Season 10’s finale left off. A bomb goes off, killing SecNav Clayton Jarvis and injuring Tom Morrow after Parson approaches Morrow outside a concert hall about his dissatisfaction with the NCIS investigation’s stalled progress.

ncis season 11 episode 1 recap

Gibbs is dispatched to Iran in the meanwhile to look into the killing of Lt. McBride, but while there, he gets caught in an ambush and needs Parsons’ help to escape. Parsons now thinks he was led into a witch hunt against NCIS solely to undermine the group. As a civilian, Tony makes preparations to travel to Israel to join Ziva, but as he prepares to depart, a sniper firing from outside his apartment opens fire on him.

He makes his way to NCIS, where he and McGee receive their badges back after learning that Parsons has concluded his probe. The team learns that their firewall has been attacked and that all of their telephones have been infiltrated when Ducky and Palmer encounter and take down an ex-FBI agent trying to get into their system.

This prompts Gibbs and Fornell to realise that all of the activity—the attempted assassinations, the hacking, and McBride’s death—is connected. NCIS, SecNav, and Homeland Security have been approaching the truth too closely: that a terrorist group known as “Brotherhood of Doubt” has partnered with American businesses with the intention of causing harm so that those businesses can compete for contracts to restore infrastructure.

When Abby learns where the bomb from the music hall came from, Gibbs and his team rush the terrorists’ base of operations but find it deserted save for some explosives and some images of their intended victims. Ziva hides because she is aware of what took place with the bombing and how Tony was singled out. Tony asks Damon Dayoub, a friend of Ziva’s, to come and get her from a safe place. When they arrive, they discover Ziva gone and three dead men in her place.

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NCIS Season 11 Episode 1 Review

This summer has been turbulent for “NCIS” due to Cote de Pablo’s exit, thus expectations were high for episode.

ncis season 11 episode 1 review

They were? So…a mixed bag. If you were hoping to see lots of Cote de Pablo, you’re probably disappointed. Tony wanted to see Ziva in Israel but later learned she was a target. The U.S. team is trying to diffuse a new terrorist group. Cote herself didn’t appear.

At the end of the episode, we begin to find what could be our current killer’s terrible lair, who is killing one agent after another. Ziva is alive, but that’s about all we know; she’s in Israel, and Tony must find her.

Abby, McGee, and his new girlfriend Delilah are also interesting romantically. Margo Harshman of “The Big Bang Theory” has just enough hubris to irritate Abby. We expect this to be a good story in the coming weeks because we need something lighter to balance out the drama.

Where to watch NCIS Season 11 Episode 1 & Other As Well

  • Paramount Plus, one of the few places to access NCIS episodes for free, offers five free episodes before charging for up to 20. CBS has been promoting its standalone app, so watch for updates.
  • NCIS isn’t on Hulu despite being listed there. They connect to CBS’s streaming page. Hulu’s plans for NCIS are unknown. Fox, NBC, and ABC own Hulu, leaving CBS out.
  • Amazon Prime: You can buy NCIS episodes on Amazon, but it’s not in their free library. Amazon doesn’t currently carry much of CBS’s programming in their library.
  • iTunes: NCIS episodes are $2-3 per, depending on video quality. iTunes seldom makes free TV show deals, so don’t anticipate NCIS anytime soon.
  • Google Play: NCIS is $2 per episode, like Amazon Prime and iTunes. If Google worked up an agreement with CBS to stream their content for free, that could help Play’s growth. Hypothesizing.
  • Walmart’s Vudu offers $1.99 episodes. Vudu has interesting show features, too.
  • Netflix? No. Netflix and CBS don’t play well together, as users have seen fewer CBS programming as contracts expire and aren’t renewed. With CBS expanding their content, we doubt Netflix will get NCIS soon.
  • You may still buy NCIS DVD collections on Amazon. It includes behind-the-scenes footage and cast/crew interviews, which NCIS fans will enjoy.

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