Mark Harmon is surely loved by the "NCIS" season 14 televiewers. Until now, it is the number one TV show in the United States.
Orlando Sentinel recently reveals that Mark Harmon and the rest of the "NCIS" season 14 still owns the heart of the many televiewers in United States. The "NCIS" continues to be the number one show in Orlando.
According to the publication, Mark Harmon and his show is the favorite by a wide margin locally. It has a total of 260. 368 viewers locally, which is followed by "NCIS: Los Angeles" with 177,189. The third show on top is "NCIS: New Orleans" with 174, 871.
Cartermatt reveals that the recent episode of "NCIS" season 14 was about Agent Jethro Leroy Gibbs (Mark Harmon) and his team's investigation of a murder case. The case is connected to war veterans and it will feature a murder case of a Marine that happens at a veterans event. Gibbs and his team will face difficulties as they try to get leads in the crime.
There is no doubt that "NCIS" is one of the longest running TV series today. Fans of Harmon are even worried that the show might be cancelled due to the rumors surrounding Harmon's health.
The televiewers reportedly stated that they will not watch the hit TV series anymore if Harmon will quit and leave the show. Speculations about his health were making rounds as fans reportedly noticed his weight loss. Harmon reportedly faces illness, which could be the reason for the sudden loss of weight in the actor.
Despite all the cancellation rumors about "NCIS" season 14 and health speculations about Mark Harmon, the actor continues to star in the longest running TV series. Thus, cancellation reports is yet to be confirmed by CBS.