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Cote de Pablo 'Dovekeepers': Actress returning in new show

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Fans of Cote de Pablo should be really excited to hear the news that she is returning to television. Everyone was extremely upset when the news came out that she was leaving "NCIS" and they have been begging for her to return. She won't be back on this show again but she is coming to television. On Wednesday, CBS News shared that she will be returning in a new mini-series called "Dovekeepers."

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This will be a four hour mini-series. It will put Cote de Pablo back on television but just for a short amount of time. That does leave room for her to join another network show or end up back on "NCIS" even though she doesn't plan to go back. This show is by producer Mark Burnett and is sure to be a great one.

Deadline also shared about this upcoming mini-series. This show is based on Alice Hoffman’s acclaimed historical novel. The novel has a cast of four very strong women. These women will all have their lives intersect and they are all fighting for their lives. It sounds like a role that Cote will do great in and her fans will enjoy seeing. They will love that she is playing such a strong woman and this is going to be a role that people will be talking about for years.

"Dovekeepers" is set to air on CBS in 2015. There is not an exact air date set yet and Cote de Pablo's character hasn't been revealed either. She will also be starring in a new movie called "The 33" that is coming out soon. It looks like this actress isn't working on "NCIS" anymore but that hasn't kept her from pursuing her dreams and working hard. It is great to see her returning to CBS for another show. Don't miss this mini-series.


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