• 'NCIS' could say goodbye to another character
  • "Knight" takes on a new job
  • Is she leaving the series?

The recent season finale of 'NCIS' aired in the USA and left fans reeling. In a surprising turn of events, "Director Vance" extended an enticing offer to team member "Special Agent Jessica Knight" - the opportunity to lead the REACT team as its head coach. However, accepting this new role would mean being geographically separated from her current team.

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'NCIS': Is it time to say goodbye?

In a surprising twist, many 'NCIS' fans anticipated "Knight" declining the offer for personal reasons. However, the final episode of season 21 caught viewers off guard. After enduring a perilous ordeal alongside "Special Agent Alden Parker," "Knight" made the unexpected choice to accept the offer and relocate to Camp Pendleton.

This decision sent shockwaves through the fanbase and sparked speculation about the future of Katrina Law (38) on 'NCIS.' Law has been a fixture on the show since season 18, earning popularity, particularly for her character's connection with "Jimmy."

Co-showrunner Steven D. Binder addressed the uncertainty, stating to 'TVLine' that the future remains wide open. "Well, we set something up there... And I will point you to our track record where you just never know. We’ve had people look like they were going away and then it turned out they weren’t, and then we had people who just disappeared, like "Gibbs"."

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Katrina Law herself has weighed in on "Jessica's" heart-wrenching decision and its implications for her future on 'NCIS'. She underscored that her character's choice to embrace the new role was driven by a profound longing for both personal and professional advancement.

Nevertheless, Katrina Law has kept mum on whether she'll reprise her role in season 22. Consequently, fans will have to stay tuned to see what unfolds next with their beloved character.