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NCIS: Season 11 (2013-2014)

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The 11th series of the military-themed crime drama begins with an explosion at a black-tie affair in Washington, D.C., that kills Secretary of the Navy Clayton Jarvis (Matt Craven) and critically injures Homeland Senior Division chief Morrow (Alan Dale). The team suspect the bombing is linked to the murder of Navy SEAL Lt. McBride, whose severed head was discovered in the Series 10 finale. Gibbs (Mark Harmon) goes to Iran to investigate and is aided by an unlikely ally---Department of Defense investigator Richard Parsons (Colin Hanks). Meanwhile, badge-less DiNozzo (Michael Weatherly) and McGee (Sean Murray) probe the case as civilians, despite the crime's dangerous ties to each of them. Later, Tony travels to Israel to search for Ziva David (Cote de Pablo), while the team hunts terrorist Benham Parsa (Karan Oberoi). Also, Gibbs helps his father (Ralph Waite) track down a World War II buddy who saved his life; and he goes to New Orleans to help former colleague Dwayne Pride (Scott Bakula) investigate the murder of a congressman, who was a former NCIS agent, and determine whether the murder was politically motivated or linked to the victim's arrest of a serial killer who targeted military personnel and public servants.

Cast

Mark Harmon
as Leroy Jethro Gibbs
Michael Weatherly
as Anthony DiNozzo
David McCallum
as Donald "Ducky" Mallard
Pauley Perrette
as Abby Sciuto
Sean Murray
as Timothy McGee
Rocky Carroll
as Leon Vance
Brian Dietzen
as Jimmy Palmer
Emily Wickersham
as Eleanor Bishop
Cote de Pablo
as Ziva David
Margo Harshman
as Delilah Fielding
Joe Spano
as T.C. Fornell
Scott Bakula
as Dwayne Cassius Pride
Leslie Hope
as Sarah Porter
Lucas Black
as Christopher Lasalle
Karan Oberoi
as Benham Parsa
Zoe McLellan
as Meredith Brody
CCH Pounder
as Loretta Wade
Allan Louis
as Dominick Wayne
Wilmer Valderrama
as Nicholas Torres
Damon Dayoub
as Adam Eshel
Muse Watson
as Mike Franks
Jennifer Esposito
as Alexandra Quinn
Costas Mandylor
as Tomas Mendez
Duane Henry
as Clayton Reeves
Jackie Geary
as Susan Grady
Augustus Prew
as Anton Markin
Dameon Clarke
as Det. Paul Dockry
Susanna Thompson
as Hollis Mann
Robert Wagner
as Anthony DiNozzo Sr.
Kelli Williams
as Maureen Cabot
Jeff Branson
as Chad Hendricks
Colin Hanks
as Richard Parsons
Keith Carradine
as Manheim Gold
Gabi Coccio
as Young Ziva David
Joel Brooks
as Ronnie Mustard
Alan Ruck
as Ward Davis
Nestor Serrano
as Jeremy Marlens
Sarah Aldrich
as Karen Upline
Manoel Felciano
as Jim Brisco
Liz Holtan
as Holly Farrell
Patrick Mulvey
as Milo Rankoff
Steven Helmkamp
as Justin Dunne
Bess Armstrong
as Denise O'Hara
Charles Schlatter
as Lorin Davis
Alan Dale
as Tom Morrow
Lolita Davidovich
as Catherine Tavier
Ramon De Ocampo
as Thomas Gorman
Titus Makin Jr.
as Thomas Burke
Mac Brandt
as Jake Spoke
Rodney Eastman
as Wendell Kaiser
Julie Ann Emery
as Erin Pace
Craig Parker
as Major Richard Huggins
Marina Sirtis
as Orli Elbaz
Geoffrey Blake
as Marc Attencio
Adrian LaTourelle
as Benson Honeycutt
Hugo Armstrong
as Eugene Coyle
Hank Harris
as Denny Johnson
Shishir Kurup
as Khalil Farooq
Richard Ruccolo
as Ronald Troutman
Richard R. Ruccolo
as Ronald Troutman
John Livingston
as Will Pritchard
Matthew Arkin
as Dr. Graham Novak
Samantha Quan
as Amy Linden
Aaron Hill
as William Blake
Jarrod Bailey
as Chris Valley
Tehmina Sunny
as Leyla Shakarji
Nicole Steinwedell
as Olivia Chandler
Gideon Emery
as Rudolph Stalin
John Sloan
as Luke Pischedda
Donny Boaz
as Kit Jones
Andrew Lukich
as Louis Wexler
Tim Peper
as Chad Flynderling
John Allen Nelson
as Vice Admiral Lloyd Manditsky
Fred Cross
as Roland Pulvino
William deVry
as Commander Stone
Ki Hong Lee
as Chris Hoffman
David Shatraw
as Bobby Quinn
Aja Evans
as Taylor
Mike Foy
as Eddie Patch
Jeff Harlan
as Rev. Miller
Walter Perez
as First Lt. Michael Waters
Rob Evors
as David Harketti
Desiree Hall
as Jennifer Morrison
Javi Mulero
as Earl Grieve
Chloe Lanier
as Emma Carter
Olesya Rulin
as Kim Troutman
Adam Clark
as Fred Johnson
Nichelle Hines
as Norma Hench
Stuart Margolin
as Felix Betts
Alexander Wraith
as Farshad Sarabi
Challen Cates
as Fay Gussman
Dylan Gelula
as Young Marie Markin
Eltony Williams
as Cal Groves
Lou Mulford
as Amy McLane
Aaron Clifton Moten
as Wendell Hobbs
Lena Georgas
as Deena Bashan
Paul Hodge
as U.N. Soldier
Justin Cuomo
as Patrice Gates
Adrian Gonzalez
as Watchstander
Linc Hand
as Damien Hunter
Aaron Clifton Moten
as Wendell Hobbs
Shannon Cochran
as Mallory Linn
Everette Wallin
as Lionel Saxon
Justin Prentice
as Michael Fox
Dean Cameron
as Building Owner
Nikka Far
as Elina
Abe Daniels
as Daniel Cliff
Ravi Kapoor
as Bashire Malik
Kurt Yaeger
as Freddie Linn
Tom Everett
as Kirkwood Zaysen
Omar J. Dorsey
as Vernon Dale
Suzanne Quast
as Liz Allen
Blake Lindsley
as Belinda Carter
Sue Cremin
as Vivian Sutton
Vanessa Bell Calloway
as Sally Hammond
Ivan Shaw
as Victor Cheng
Wes McGee
as Andrew Wells
Chelcie Ross
as Josef Hanlon
Chastity Dotson
as Monica King
Jared Ward
as Eric Kagen
Keenan Henson
as Henry Coldwell
Drew Waters
as Spencer Hanlon
David Mattey
as Goliath
Anthony Palermo
as Nicholas Bodeen
Justin Alston
as NCIS Special Agent Holgate
D.C. Douglas
as Tom Speakman
Julia Cho
as Ginger Uwanawich
Susan Spano
as Marie Markin
Brit Shaw
as Allison
Will Harris
as Murray Hines
Andrew St. John
as Abraham Lycek
John R. Colley
as Christopher Ramos
Brenda Vivian
as Waitress
Shani Atias
as Afghan Girl
Matt Craven
as Clayton Jarvis
Erin Allin O'Reilly
as Heidi Partridge
Anthony Tyler Quinn
as Clarence Daniels
Jen Nikolaisen
as Carla Meade
Justin Cary
as Staff Sgt. Martin "Shooter" Roe
Kelsey Scott
as Lynette Doyle
Trav Lyons
as Kyle Travers
Burt Grinstead
as William Greco
Solomon Shiv
as Officer
Ben Maccabee
as Afghan Local Leader
Benjamin Maccabee
as Afghan Local Leader
Zoey Diaz
as Amira
Joseph Whipp
as Old Man
Ben Morrison
as Young Eli David
Nell Teare
as Young Woman
Garrett Kruithof
as Maurice Drenault
Jimmy Deshler
as Teenager
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Critic Reviews for NCIS: Season 11

All Critics (2)

I did enjoy a lot of the character interaction we did see, which is always my favorite part of any episodes.

October 30, 2013 | Full Review…

Frankly, this is the kind of NCIS show I find compelling: lots of action and lots to think about.

September 26, 2013 | Rating: 4.8/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for NCIS: Season 11

Season 11 of NCIS marks the departure of Cote de Pablo from the series. The first half of the season wraps up Ziva's story arc, begun in last season's finale, of her leaving NCIS, and follows the affects her absence has on Gibbs' team. And in the second half of the season Emily Wickersham is introduced at Agent Ellie Bishop, a CIA analyst that Gibbs recruits to join his team to replace Ziva. It's been a while since a new member has been added to the cast, and Wickersham brings a refreshing new energy to the show. Even though the procedural formula remains largely the same, the character dynamics are changed around a bit with the addition of Bishop. But the more things change the more they stay the same, and NCIS's eleventh season continues to deliver interesting cases and fun investigations.

DannM.

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