Episode 9 of “NCIS: Special Investigations”, broadcast this Friday evening at 9:05 pm on M6, promises to be rich in twists and turns, since one of the characters will experience a dire fate …
NCIS Season 18: Special Investigations, currently airing every Friday night on M6, is decidedly packed with twists and turns. And this is not the episode proposed tonight at 9:05 pm, titled “Ice”Which will make you say the opposite.
As Gibbs and his team conduct a murder investigation in the competitive food truck world after the discovery of a body in a refrigerated truck, Tobias, who is about to settle in Costa Rica, will experience a terrible test…
Her daughter Emily (Juliette Angelo), who had finally quit drugs, is going to have a relapse which will lead her straight to the hospital. Unfortunately, the young woman does not survive the overdose. A drama that will have consequences for the rest of this eighteenth season since Gibbs and Fornell will team up to understand how the young woman fell back into her addiction.
At the time of the episode’s airing in the United States, this surprising death, which occurred only 2 episodes after that of Breena, Palmer’s wife, had not failed to react to fans of the series, who have were many to push a rant on social networks, denouncing the number of female characters killed in a short time.
But NCIS viewers weren’t the only ones to be surprised by this script choice since Juliette Angelo, who played Emily for nearly 10 years, was unaware of this plot and learned of her character’s death. by message.
The hecatomb of female characters is also not over. Emily Wickersham, the interpreter of Ellie Bishop, has indeed says goodbye to NCIS at the end of season 18.
As a reminder, the detective series has been renewed for a season 19, which will see the arrival of Gary Cole. Mark Harmon, who had announced his desire to leave NCIS at the end of season 18, will only be present in a limited number of episodes. Do these changes signal the end of one of the most prolific crime series? Response in the coming months.