'NCIS' Season 14 Cancellation News & Update: Are New Characters Good Replacement For Michael Weatherly, Cote de Pablo? Fans React

By Kathleen Nava , Updated Dec 02, 2016 01:10 AM EST

Although "NCIS" Season 15 is already renewed, that does not mean that CBS will not pull the plug if the show's ratings keep going down. Even though "NCIS" is still a one of the most loved shows on air, many believed that the predictable story may have lost the viewers' interest in watching "NCIS" Season 14. To make matters worse, fans felt that the new added characters are not helping the CBS show at all.

'NCIS' Season 14 Cancellation News & Update: Fans Suggest New Characters Are Not Helping The CBS Show's Ratings

One fan expressed his disappointment in the show's idea of adding new characters. "Get rid of the new characters, please," the fan wrote in one of GamenGuide's "NCIS" Season 14 articles. "They're hurting the show!" He added.

Fans were shocked after realizing that one of the original cast of the hit CBS show left at the end of "NCIS" Season 13. As if Michael Weatherly's (Anthony "Tony" DiNozzo) exit wasn't enough, another fans' favorite, Ziva David (Cote de Pablo), was killed off the show.

With Michael Weatherly and Cote de Pablo out of the show, many are suggesting to bring these fans' favorites back to "NCIS" Season 14. The weak ratings of "NCIS" Season 14 may lead to a sudden cancellation or the ratings may also push the show to bring Tony DiNozzo back.

'NCIS' Season 14 Cancellation News & Update: Michael Weatherly and Cote de Pablo Set To Return After Poor Ratings? Tony DiNozzo and Ziva David Comes Back To Save CBS Show?

Unfortunately, Michael Weatherly's hectic schedule may play a vital role for his decision making. The 48-year-old actor and director has his very own CBS show, "Bull," which takes most of his shooting time. Cote de Pablo, on the other hand, has yet to comment on Ziva David's fate on "NCIS" Season 14.

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