New information has been revealed about the eleventh season premiere of "NCIS." The premiere, entitled "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot," will focus on an investigation into an explosion in DC that results in a member of the agency landing in harm's way.
Colin Hanks will reprise his role as Department of Defense Agent Richard Parsons; however, expect his view on Gibbs and the rest of the NCIS team to change in the aftermath of the DC explosion.
In an August 29, 2013 article with TV Line, executive producer Gary Glasberg teased, "...Colin Hanks (as Parsons) comes back for the first episode and really does a fascinating turn, which everyone, I think, will get a big kick out of." Viewers may remember that the tenth season finale ended with agents DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly,) McGee (Sean Murray,) and David (Cote de Pablo) handing in their badges in support of their team leader, Gibbs. Gibbs was the target of Parsons' investigation after Parsons was brought in by the Inspector General in response to allegations that the NCIS team took too many shortcuts while investigating the deaths of Vance's wife Jackie and of former Mossad director Eli David.
The premiere, which is scheduled to air Tuesday, September 24, 2013 on CBS, will introduce new characters and serve as the swan song for Cote de Pablo who elected not to renew her contract with the series.
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