'NCIS' Season 14 Cancellation News: Mystery Revolves In The Characters; Old Cast Members Reprise Their Roles

By Daniela Lozano , Updated Dec 21, 2016 10:55 AM EST

"NCIS" season 14 continue to surprise the audience, as old members of the cast reprised their roles. So, who will leave and who will be back for another episode and season?

Rumors about the cancellation of "NCIS" season 15 continue to swirl on the internet. However, the cancellation is yet to be confirmed by the producers of the show. A report from International Business Times unveiled that Joe Spano and Adam Cambell made a surprise return to the TV series to reprise their characters as the Senior FBI Agent TC Fornell and the young Ducky, respectively.

The two actors were seen in the episode 10 of "NCIS" called, "The Tie That Binds" which tackled the life of Dr. Donald "Ducky" Mallard played by David McCallum. McCallum's character had to take a trip down to his past, which showed Campbell in the said episode.

Campbell and Spano were joined by the other cast members of "NCIS" including Mark Harmon, Jennifer Esposito, Emily Wickersham, Sean Murray, Brian Dietzen, Wilmer Valderrama, Rocky Carroll, Pauley Perrette and Duane Henry in the episode aired on December 13.

The episode revolved in the life of Ducky, as he might have a connection with the murder of a Navy captain. In the trailer, a dead man was seen holding a paper with Ducky's address on it. Ducky reportedly found a naked man in his mother's closet. The team of "NCIS" were able to uncover the evidences that is related to his dead mother. But, Ducky found questioning himself about the decision he made three decades ago.

The audience are now wondering if Ducky had something to do with the murder. "The Tie That Binds" is made under the direction of Arvin Brown and was written by Steven D Binder.

The hit drama, "NCIS" Season 14 airs in the United States on CBS network every Tuesday, 8/7c. The show also airs on Channel Ten for Australia audience.

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