Fans are disappointed to know that Pauley Perrette won’t be seen in ‘NCIS’ Season 16. The 48-year old actress, who is best known for her role Abby Sciuto on ‘NCIS,’ has revealed that Season 15 will have last episodes for her.

NCIS Season 16 - Pauley Perrette as Abby Sciuto
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Now the viewers her wondering about ‘NCIS’ Season 16 if the series will actually take place. There was also a rumor that Mark Harmon, one of the main protagonists, would be leaving the series due to his poor health. But thanks to Harmon, who later confirmed that he is not leaving the action police procedural series, although his character Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs may get an alteration in focus, as reported by Gears of Biz.

Since the beginning of 2017, there was a rumor that Pauley Perrette may leave the series after the airing of ‘NCIS’ Season 15. Finally, the actress determined to leave the series and declared her opinion on social media.

“So, it is true that I am leaving ‘NCIS,’ Perrette recently tweeted.

She further stated that she had taken the decision in the previous year. She then expressed her love for her much lovable character Abby Sciuto. However, so far there is no update on how the actress will exit the show, but the avid viewers expect that she may get a warm closing scene that she actually deserves.

Although CBS has not released any official confirmation on the continuation of ‘NCIS’ Season 16, recent reports state that the series has neither been canceled nor renewed for another season. Upon having an average 13.4 million viewers per episode in the ongoing Season 15, there is always a possibility for the series creator and producer to renew it for another season. Whereas, the other actors like Mark Harmon, Wilmer Valderrama, Jennifer Esposito, Sean Murray, Rocky Carroll, David McCallum just to name a few will continue with the series.

Don’t miss the airing of ‘NCIS’ Season 15 episode 3 titled ‘Exit Strategy’ on October 10, Tuesday at 8 pm EDT on CBS.


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