‘NCIS’ Season 14 Spoilers: Episode 1, 2 & 3 Titles Revealed

It seems like the “NCIS” Season 14 will not only be back with some fresh blood, but also a bit or trouble, considering the first three episode titles.


The Season 14 Episode 1 will be premiered as “Rogue,” while the Episode 2 and Episode 3, will be named as “Being Bad” and “Privileged Information,” according to Spoiler TV.

These titles have led to the speculations of certain chaos for the “NCIS” team. However, there is no official word about it.

The upcoming season is expected to have a lot of change, especially with the exit of Tony DiNozzo, played by Michael Weatherly. The series is said to go back to its roots in Season 14, with new agents Alexandra “Alex” Quinn (Jennifer Esposito), Nicholas “Nick” Torres (Wilmer Valderrama) and MI6 Officer Clayton Reeves (Duane Henry) joining the team.

The titles are more likely pointing to a particular new “NCIS” member, Nick, who was described to be someone who can’t find himself at ease as he just returns from the shadows. As for the character of Nick, Valderrama described Nick as being someone who is not a team player and always wants to be alone. The actor even noted that there will be clashes between Nick and other characters, especially with Gibbs.

“We’ve already gotten into each other’s faces in one of the scenes,” the actor said of his character’s dynamic with Gibbs, speaking at San Diego Comic Con. “I can’t tell you much about it, but Gibbs and I are butting heads already. There’s something that’s going to happen, but we already have like a little father/son kind of thing. I’m the black sheep of the family so far.”

Earlier this month, the show runner teased that the “NCIS” Season 14 will bring back the fun and mystery from the previous seasons that was lost in “NCIS” Season 13.

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