'NCIS' Season 11 Spoilers: New Character Delilah, Timothy McGee's Love Interest [VIDEO]
on Jul 26, 2013 10:21 PM EDT
As one character leaves the set of NCIS another will enter.
A new female will join the cast, according to a Thursday TV Line report. Character Timothy McGee will have his eyes on a new love interest named Delilah. Her character could even appear on the show more than once. The website defined her as a "perky, smart, eccentric and downright lovable computer wonk at the Department of Defense." There's no word, however, who will play the latest addition to the show.
TV Line also reported that there still hasn't been any word on a replacement for Cote de Pablo's character Ziva David. Fans, however, have been shocked by her departure and tons of them have voiced their thoughts on Twitter.
"We want Cote de Pablo back. If she is out, it's like losing a family member. Bring her back," tweeted one fan on Friday.
"I literally can't even imagine the show without Ziva David," wrote another.
As EnStars previously reported, Colin Hanks will also be a part of the new season.
"Back on the NCIS set and I've decided that when I die I want to come back as Mark Harmon's dog. #RealWondermutt," he tweeted on July 22.
The 35-year-old actor appeared on season 10's final two episodes playing Richard Parsons. Hanks' character, the Department of Defense Investigator, is on a quest to take down Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs played by Harmon.
The first episode of season 11 will be titled Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, according to a previous report from TV Line.
Michael Weatherly, who plays Anthony DiNozzo, also confirmed the title with a photo he uploaded on Twitter of the episode's script on July 16.
TV Line also noted that the season premiere will also introduce another new character named Ozzy, and his role is to obtain information about an unwanted intruder and destroy a hacker.
NCIS is television's most popular series with a viewership of 22.7 million. Season 11 premieres on Sept. 24.
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