The suspenseful television show “NCIS” on CBS concludes its nineteenth season with the kidnapping of Vivian Kolchak, who was previously married to Supervisory Special Agent Alden Parker. Vivian is kidnapped, and even though she manages to get away, Parker is led to his adversary, who goes by the name “the Raven.” Alden and Vivian spend the first episode of the twenty-first season looking for the Raven in the hopes of putting an end to their plight. Parker forms an alliance with his fellow agents at NCIS in order to convince the Raven to come out of his hiding place so that they can apprehend him. Unfortuitously, their efforts resulted in a gunfight that had terrible repercussions. Because the audience must be concerned about what will happen to her, we will now go into the latest development in greater depth. Let us discuss what we have in mind!
Will Vivian Die?
After Parker’s former FBI partner Frank Ressler passes away, the FBI begins their investigation into Parker and Vivian’s possible involvement in Ressler’s murder. Parker and Vivian manage to evade capture with the assistance of their coworkers at NCIS as well as director Leon Vance, and they immediately begin working to establish their innocence. Parker teams up with Timothy McGee to find out why his adversary is trying to frame him for the murder of Ressler and the kidnapping of Vivian. This investigation ultimately leads Parker to Maxwell Herman, a former hacker who is currently serving time for his crimes. Parker and McGee are under the impression that the entire predicament is being orchestrated by the Raven in order to coerce Maxwell into working for him once more. As a result, they facilitate the hacker’s release in the hopes of compelling the Raven to come forward on his behalf.
During the process of transferring Maxwell to a safe house, Parker and his fellow NCIS agents come under attack from Raven’s men. During the gunfight, one of the men shoots Vivian, who later dies from her wounds. It is possible that the bullet wound will not prove to be fatal for her, despite the fact that she must fight for her life. Parker and a few other people take responsibility for ensuring that she receives the appropriate medical attention. Nick Torres calls Parker to inquire about Vivian’s health after taking her to the hospital. When Parker is asked about her condition, he responds that she “will be fine,” indicating that there is nothing concerning about her present condition. Nick Torres then hangs up the phone. It is possible that in the upcoming episodes of the twenty-first season, we will see Vivian taking some time off from work in order to recover from the wound she sustained.
Having said that, viewers of the show have every reason to be concerned about the possibility that Vivian’s current condition is a precursor to Teri Polo’s departure from the show in the near future. Will Polo leave the team in the near future? Let’s find out!
Is Teri Polo Leaving NCIS?
The actress’ departure from ‘NCIS’ has not been officially announced as of yet by either CBS or Teri Polo. In addition, as Polo is a member of the show’s recurring cast for its twenty-first season, it is guaranteed that the actress will not quit the series immediately after the airing of just one episode of the currently airing instalment. Given that Vivian’s condition is not life-threatening, we can anticipate Polo’s character to make a speedy recovery and soothe her ex-nerves husband’s in the near future. Due to the fact that the actress will be appearing on the show on a recurring basis, it is anticipated that Vivian will play a significant part in the various plots that will unfold throughout the season.
In an interview that took place in September 2022, showrunner Steve Binder disclosed that a significant portion of the upcoming twenty-first season will focus on the personal lives of the agents. Because Vivian is such an important part of Parker’s life, we can anticipate that she will make a full recovery and continue to be a part of both the personal and professional lives of her ex-husband. Given all of these considerations, our team believes that the upcoming episodes of the 20th season of “NCIS” will feature increased screen time for Teri Polo.
Teri Polo Bio
The role of Kristin Larsen, a character on the ABC daytime soap opera Loving, was where Polo made her acting debut in the year 1987. The following year, she was successful in landing a part on the primetime cast of the CBS series TV 101, which did not last long. She also played the role of Christine Daaé in the 1990 miniseries adaptation of “The Phantom of the Opera.” In the final season of Northern Exposure, which aired in 1994, Polo was a cast member who appeared regularly. In a later role, she appeared on the television series Brimstone as Detective Ash. She played the role of Helen Santos, the wife of Democratic presidential candidate Matt Santos, in recurring guest appearances in the sixth and seventh seasons of The West Wing. Her character’s name was Helen Santos (Jimmy Smits).
In February of 2005, Polo posed completely naked for the magazine Playboy. On the list of the Maxim Hot 100 Women of 2002, she came in at position No. 40. Additionally, she was highlighted in the issue of InStyle. In addition, she had a role in the film Legacy of Fear, which was released on the Lifetime Movie Network in 2006. She had a starring role in the Hallmark Channel movie Love Is a Four Letter Word, which was released in 2007. Both the feature film 2:13 and the Hallmark Channel movie Expecting a Miracle, in which she starred alongside Jason Priestley and Cheech Marin, were released the same year. During the same year, she also had a role in the film The Beacon.
She had a role in the television pilot for the show Washington Field, which aired in 2009 and was about a unit of the FBI called the National Capitol Response Squad. This squad is comprised of elite experts in a variety of fields, and its members travel the world in order to respond to events that concern American interests. In the sequel to Meet the Parents and Meet the Fockers, titled Little Fockers, which was released in 2010, Polo played the role of Pam Focker once again. In addition, she had a role in the horror fantasy film The Hole, which was set in the 1980s.
Teri was given a starring role on the ABC Family television series The Fosters in the year 2013. Sherri Saum played the role of Stef Adams Foster’s wife, Lena Adams Foster, and Polo portrayed the San Diego police officer Stef Adams Foster. They raised five children together, some of whom were biological, some of whom were adopted or fostered, and some of whom they fostered along the way.
Teri starred as the character Sally in the 2014 film ‘The Christmas Shepherd.’ Sally is an author who lives in a small town in Massachusetts and is devastated when her German Shepherd, Buddy, runs away during a storm. Teri played the role of Sally.
In 2016, Polo provided the narration for the short modern fairy tale film “Rosaline” directed by Daniel Errico. In 2019, she made her comeback to the world of animation (as well as LGBT-themed narratives) when she voiced the character of Saylor the raven in Shabnam Rezaei’s “The Bravest Knight,” an animated series on Hulu based on Errico’s book.
After the original run of The Fosters lasted for five seasons, Polo continued playing the role in the spinoff series Good Trouble through guest appearances. The cast and producers of “The Fosters” got together in July 2020 for a “virtual table read” of the pilot episode, with the intention of raising money for “The Actors Fund” and contributing to “COVID-19 relief.”
Polo has appeared as a guest on a number of different television shows, some of which include The Practice, Felicity, Chicago Hope, Numb3rs, Sports Night, Frasier, Ghost Whisperer, Medium, Law & Order: LA, Castle, and Criminal Minds.
Polo’s career has consisted of roles in a variety of films and television shows, including JL Ranch and its sequel The Wedding Gift, All For Nikki, Deadly Switch, The Ravine, and Fourth Grade. She has also voiced characters in the animated series Adventure Time. Teri’s return to television brought her full circle to her first love, dance, when she landed the role of former ballet dancer Julia in the Fox series The Big Leap, opposite Scott Foley and Piper Perabo. Teri is currently starring in the series alongside Scott Foley and Piper Perabo.