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Mark Harmon Health Update: ‘NCIS’ May Go On Hiatus Until Harmon’s Recovery Instead Of Exit

Update Date: Jun 01, 2017 11:35 PM EDT

The health of Mark Harmon is still a matter of discussion and viewers of NCIS Season 14 have always had one question in mind - will Harmon leave the show? Buzz and speculations are still swirling regarding his health in the entertainment world.

Will Harmon Leave NCIS Season 14?

Earlier, it was said that Mark Harmon was all set to continue with NCIS Season 14 and despite his health issues, he was ready for the renewal of the series. Some reports even claimed that the series plot is created in such a way that his character, Jethro Gibbs will face his ultimate consequence.

This is how he will reportedly be separated from the series. But as already mentioned, the actor did not know how long the series would air but he said that he would always be a part of it.

According to Blasting News, the long running television series NCIS will be cancelled, simply because he is leaving the show after completing his task in season 14. The cancellation buzz is spreading like wildfire and ratings have also gradually dropped, following the absence of other two actors, Cote de Pablo and Michael Weatherly.

The series has become the talk of the town, due to its beautiful storyline. But is seems no one can take Mark Harmon’s place, even if directors and producers are considering to keep his character alive.

Viewers Don't Want Mark Harmon’s Exit

Fans are not only worried about the health of Harmon. MobiPicker reported that some people have contemplated to boycott the NCIS if his character, Jethro Gibbs’ fate is put to an end.

On the other hand, a group of fans have also suggested that the showrunners should take a break until Harmon recovers from his poor health, instead of putting an end to his character anyhow.

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