‘NCIS’ Season 14 Episode 9 Spoilers: Mark Harmon To Leave The Show? Jenna Receives Death Threats

In NCIS Season 14 Episode 8, the team worked on a murder case which involved a car accident. The team discovered that the person involved was a Navy chaplain who was killed before the crash.

HNGN reported that the official synopsis for NCIS Season 14 Episode 9 revealed that the team will be providing Jenna (Mary Masterson) additional security because she has been receiving death threats. The team will be working on finding the person behind these threats and learn who may want her dead.

The site also reported that there are claims that Mark Harmon, who portrays Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs, might be leaving the show soon. It was said that the actor has some issues with his health.

Reports claim that the 65-year-old actor's sickness was noticed by the show's actors and crew and he was advised to take a break from work. As of writing Harmon is yet to comment on these rumors.

The 65-year-old actor's sickness was reported to be noticed by the crew and the actor was apparently advised to take a break from acting.

Meanwhile, University Herald reported that fans also got a glimpse of Bishop's (Emily Wickersham) boyfriend in the upcoming episode of NCIS Season 14. There were a lot of speculations regarding her love interest were circulating online.

A lot have suspected that Bishop may be dating Reeves (Duane Henry) or Torres (Wilmer Valderrama). During the NCIS Season 14 premiere, Bishop revealed that she went to Scotland and saw Reeves there. Although there were no details regarding their meet-up, she said that she was impressed with the MI6 agent.

However, there are also fans who think that Bishop and the new guy Torres might be hitting it off. Torres can be very flirtatious towards Bishop. Is there a possibility that the two are dating?

Fans will have to wait and see as NCIS Season 14 airs Episode 9 titled "Pay to Play" on Dec. 6 on CBS.

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