NCIS: Season 7 (2009 - 2010)

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Air date: Sep 22, 2009

The seventh season opens with the team still dealing with the loss of Ziva, and Tony and McGee being charged by Gibbs with the task of finding her replacement.

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Air date: Sep 29, 2009

The deaths of a marine and his two friends are investigated; and Gibbs gets the final decision regarding Ziva, but is unprepared for how the news affects him.

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Air date: Oct 6, 2009

A murder case is reopened when a blogger who accused NCIS of covering up the case is killed.

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Air date: Oct 13, 2009

The investigation of a Marine's death on foreign soil forces Ziva to confront her past.

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Air date: Oct 20, 2009

A Marine who was a practical joker is found dead on Halloween, and the team believes his death may have been a grave payback for one of his pranks.

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Air date: Nov 3, 2009

An investigation into the murders of two mercenaries who were found on Gibbs' boat reunites Gibbs with his old mentor, Mike Franks (Muse Watson).

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Air date: Nov 10, 2009

Vance's family is in danger when a North Korean assassin (Lee Wuan Kai) from his past shows up in Washington, D.C.

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Air date: Nov 17, 2009

A lieutenant is murdered during a robbery that leads to a citywide blackout, and the team must rely on bare-bones detective work rather than technology to solve the crime.

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Air date: Nov 24, 2009

The death of a marine leads the team to a government think tank that uses child prodigies, and one of the young participants could be the killer's next target.

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Air date: Dec 15, 2009

The team tries to talk a naval officer out of suicide, but things take a turn for the worse and a murder is committed.

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The seventh series of the smash-hit procedural opens with the NCIS team still dealing with the loss of Ziva (Cote de Pablo), and Tony (Michael Weatherly) and McGee (Sean Murray) being charged by team leader Gibbs (Mark Harmon) with the task of finding her replacement. Other story lines highlighted throughout the series include: a bachelor party that ends in tragedy, a doctor's murder at the hands of a North Korean operative, and a cyberattack that leads to a mass power outage across all of Washington DC. Pauley Perrette (as Abby Sciuto), David McCallum (as Donald "Ducky" Mallard), and Rocky Carroll (portraying Director Leon Vance) continue to round out the series' top-line cast.

Critic Reviews for NCIS Season 7

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (0)

It's one of the few procedurals with terrific characters.

Sep 23, 2009 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

What is perhaps most exceptional about NCIS is that it can consistently feature such sharp dialogue, fast-paced action and intricate scripts in episodes that could be pure filler.

Oct 21, 2009 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for NCIS: Season 7

  • Dec 30, 2017
    Season 7 does not disappoint as the chemistry of the main cast and the strong writing continue to propel the show towards new heights, and new guest stars such as Robert Wagner and Diane Neal, along with recurring stars Muse Watson, Joe Spano, and Ralph Waite, make each episode a entertaining thrill ride.
  • Dec 01, 2016
    I have always been a fan of crime fighting television series from Law and Order to The Librarian, fiction or non-fiction it doesn’t matter to me. There is something about watching crimes being solved and justice being served that gives me a good feeling inside. The cast of the show has changed slightly over the years, adding and removing characters. The greatest group I believe ever worked together was that of Tony DiNozzo, Tim McGee, Ziva David and the great Leroy Jethro Gibbs. They each have their own set of skills and they all play their own role in the team. They are a group of people that are all very different but if you watch the show throughout the years, you’ll find that without one, the team doesn’t function as well. I really like that the producer chose the actors and put them in the places they are in because if you moved on person to a different role, the how would not be the same.

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