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We might all be collectively mourning that surprising NCIS finale death today, but Michael Weatherly is extremely happy with the reaction to the way his character, Tony Dinozzo, was written off of the CBS hit last night after 13 seasons. "I am incredibly pleased," he told E! News on the red carpet at CBS' Upfront presentation the morning after his big exit, which (Spoiler alert!) saw the death of Ziva David (Cote de Pablo). "I think we gave [fans] a very satisfying emotional journey, and it was very emotional for me." Dinozzo left the series in the season 13 finale after finding out that his love, Ziva, had died—but left behind a little girl she never told him »
Think of NCIS‘s Tony Dinozzo and Ziva David as more of a cold case than a closed one. Though the final episode with Michael Weatherly as a cast member left Cote de Pablo’s Ziva presumed dead after her family farmhouse in Israel was blown to smithereens, it isn’t necessarily so, says Gary Glasberg, NCIS executive producer and showrunner. “Tremendous thought was put into every element of what you saw last night,” Glasberg told Deadline in a morning-after interview, “down to… »
TVLine spoke with showrunner Gary Glasberg about uncorking this huge (but adorably wee) twist, as well as the possibility that Tali’s “Imah” is in fact alive and well.
Tvline | I must admit, you greatly surprised me with that finale. I figured we’d get some “token” Ziva references, maybe a scare that she’d been killed, »
(Spoiler alert: Do not keep reading if you did not see this week’s episode of “NCIS”) Last night’s “NCIS” saw Michael Weatherly, better known as Tony Dinozzo, exit the long-running CBS procedural after 13 seasons, leaving fans sorrowful but satisfied. In the episode, Ziva (Cote de Pablo) dies and Tony is forced to not only deal with her death, but he also learns that they had a daughter named Tali. Tony decides to leave the team to focus on fatherhood. Many viewers were upset over losing the character after so long, but Weatherly bid adieu in fine fashion. And »
- Joe Otterson
It's time for Very Special Agent Tony Dinozzo's next assignment: fatherhood. After 13 seasons, Michael Weatherly said goodbye to NCIS in the May 17 finale, and it was a bittersweet sendoff for the beloved character. (Warning, spoilers ahead!) In the hour, Tony not only dealt with Ziva's (Cote de Pablo) death (We're still Not over this!), but also learning they had a child together, a daughter named Tali. During the west coast airing of the season 13 finale, executive producer Gary Glasberg took to Twitter to sound off on Tony's final episode and how they decided fatherhood should ultimately be the reason he left the NCIS family. "For months the writers have »
What about Ziva? Well, fans could see the actress who played Ziva with the actor who played NCIS Special Agent Tony Dinozzo, but Cote de Pablo had said she would not return to "NCIS," so there were no new scenes for the pair. Also, Israeli officials told Tony that Ziva was dead in an explosion, but he now has the care of their daughter, Tali. (Mind = blown?) The twist gave Tony a reason for resigning his job to take his daughter to Israel for some answers.
And the twist kept Ziva in hearts and minds, even without her presence. "Were you and Ziva an item the whole time?" Timothy McGee (Sean Murray) asked Dinozzo. "We had a ... connection," answered Dinozzo, "and obviously a very fond farewell." Abby Sciuto (Pauley Perrette) told Dinozzo, »
- Gina Carbone
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Following his final episode, CBS on Tuesday released a video in which Weatherly thanked fans for making the long-running drama the No. 1 show in the world.
“I want to say that wherever I go, whatever men’s room or restaurant or airport I find myself in, you’re there, too… you’re with me,” he said. “Sometimes it’s appropriate, sometimes it’s not appropriate at all, »
We all knew that Michael Weatherly would leave NCIS with a bang—a beloved character couldn't exit after 13 seasons without an amazing tribute—but how about those Two insane twists? Yes, there are spoilers ahead, so you should definitely not read on if you don't want to find out what happened in the episode—and what happened to Tony and Ziva. First things first: Ziva is dead. For real. And Abby had to break the news to Dinozzo, which was a terribly sad scene all around. It all makes sense why Cote de Pablo didn't return for the episode (why would she come back if she was just going to die?), although Ziva was very present in the episode thanks to flashbacks—and the other big »
Michael Weatherly is finally saying goodbye to Special Agent Tony Dinozzo and his 13-year run on “NCIS” this week. Weatherly spoke with reporters about his exit from the show, and giving closure to the story of Tony and Ziva (Cote de Pablo), which he promised will be an emotional ride for fans.
“Bring a box of whatever you need, bring a change of clothes and call whoever you need to call at work on Wednesday if you’re a big ‘NCIS’ fan, because you might not be able to go to work the next day. You may have flu-like symptoms,” Weatherly joked of the Season 13 finale.
Of Tony’s enduring relationship with Ziva David, the actor previewed that “audiences will feel very strongly that she’s in the episode in a way that might be a little Shakespearean, but it’s real. It’s going to be a very exciting time for the fans. »
- Maria Cavassuto
Former NCIS actress Cote de Pablo already has confirmed that she won’t be returning for next week’s final episode of original cast member Michael Weatherly, but viewers hoping for some closure to the long-running series’ central romance won’t be disappointed, Weatherly said today. In a press call, Weatherly — who has played Agent Anthony DINOZZ0 for 13 seasons on NCIS — said of de Pablo’s Ziva David character, "I think the audience will feel very strongly that she’s in… »
Tony Dinozzo and Ziva David are meant to be, right? So it makes sense that Ziva is playing such a huge role in Michael Weatherly's exit from NCIS—despite the fact that Cote de Pablo left the show two years ago. Ahead of Weatherly's final episode of the long-running series, airing Tuesday at 8 p.m. on CBS, E! News asked the actor to reflect on his character's fan-favorite relationship. "I remember so vividly the screen test with Cote and telling her that she was sort of like a Salma Hayek-looking person. I just remember her cold stare. She loathed me instantly—and I mean Michael Weatherly. She just loathed. It was great when we became quickly very, very close friends," he told »
If your jaw met the floor as this week’s NCIS came to a close, know that Michael Weatherly was equally surprised to see Ziva David’s Israeli farmhouse go up in (a whole lot of) flames. “It is a very provocative image isn’t it?” the actor shared with TVLine on Wednesday.
With his final appearance set for the Season 13 finale airing May 17, “As I got myself into a head space of what’s going to happen to the character, »
In the penultimate episode of NCIS Season 13/series vet Michael Weatherly’s run, the manhunt for rogue spy Jacob Scott took some twists and turns — none bigger, though, than the one that put former team member Ziva David in the cross hairs.
In the wake of Fornell being put in the ICU by the latest attack, Gibbs vowed to the team, “We’re going to find Jacob Scott and we’re going to kill him” — a game plan wholeheartedly supported by Fornell’s daughter Emily. Or at the very least, »
Cote de Pablo might not be coming back for next week's NCIS season 13 finale, a.k.a. Michael Weatherly's last episode, but that doesn't mean the team isn't desperately trying to find Ziva. E! News has an exclusive sneak peek at tonight's penultimate episode of the year, and as you can see if you press play above, Tony is frantically searching for the former NCIS team member. The team is still on an international manhunt to track down an escaped British spy who has been targeting members of the intelligence community—including, it appears, Ziva David. It's obviously a very personal mission for Tony, who still cares deeply about her. (It's cool if we pause to relive that two-year-old »
“Humor, heart and heroics” have been the hallmarks of Michael Weatherly‘s 13-year NCIS run, as detailed in this highlight/preview reel for the original cast member’s final two episodes as “Very Special Agent” Tony Dinozzo.
In Weatherly’s penultimate appearance as Tony — titled “Dead Letter” and airing next Tuesday, May 10 – the NCIS team, alongside the FBI and MI6 (populated by guest stars Sarah Clarke and Duane Henry), continue their international manhunt for rogue spy Jacob Scott, who this »
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Among the many rumors about the future of Castle, one of the craziest I’ve seen is that next season will follow Rick in L.A. (months after Beckett’s death), with a new love interest played by Summer Glau. Any truth to this? —Abby »
The Late Late Show host on Monday fully committed to the parody of the singer’s recently premiered “visual album,” stripping down to nothing but satin underwear as he detailed the trials and tribulations of having to come up with a nightly monologue featuring an endless string of Donald Trump jokes.
Following a soak in the tub, the comedian donned a similar yellow dress and took his frustration out »
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Dr. Toby Curtis, we can’t believe you didn’t see this coming.
Team Scorpion‘s resident shrink can psychoanalyze just about anyone, but when it comes to decoding the habits of his own girlfriend, he seems to have missed a tiiiiny detail these last few months: She’s already taken.
Just moments after his co-workers rescued him from certain death during Monday’s Season 2 finale, Toby finally got down on one knee and popped the question to Happy, complete with a so-cheesy-it’s-adorable song and a confetti cannon. »
Michael Weatherly's Dinozzo will say goodbye to NCIS without the help of Ziva. Cote de Pablo reportedly confirmed she will not return to help Weatherly's NCIS character ride off into the sunset. The comments were made during an appearance at Babson College while promoting The 33. CBS did not return request for comment. During the question and answer, de Pablo spoke out about the direction of Ziva and certain "political things" that played a part in her decision. "...And scripts not being good enough, I chose not to," she said in a fan video from the Q&A. "Look, I love this character. I worked eight years crafting this character and loving her…" NCIS »
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The TVLine staff invited the producers of dozens »
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