David James Elliott Is Returning To Screens On 'NCIS: Los Angeles' After Nearly 14 Years
April 1, 2019 14:04 By Fabiosa
The true fans will remember how the hit TV show of the 90s, JAG had rooted the base of current NCIS franchises. The main series ran for ten seasons and it's reboot never happened as an original. For our delight, one of its lead characters has made a major comeback.
David James Elliott will always be associated with JAG as its frontier. He had played the role of Harmon Rabb, Jr. aka Harm who was a former fighter pilot in Navy, working under the Judge Advocate General. This particular part dominated his entire resume for its brilliance. Now, the current generation is about to have the best of their time too.
Returning to small screens
Elliot had many on and off gigs during his acting tenure ranging from sitcoms to romances. His most recent project was in the movie, Trumbo in 2015, but it seems like he's ready to light the small screens too. According to Cinema Blend, David is returning to NCIS's latest franchise, NCIS: Los Angeles for the first time in almost 14 years.
His welcome back debut will be aired on May 12, reported on the episode called 'The Guardian'. Elliott will reprise his role of Harm as a captain on the USS Intrepid, for a multi-episode arc. Callen and Sam will come in contact with him during an undercover operation. The plot will revolve around a group of ISIS sympathizers planning to attack American aircraft carriers.
People are excited to hear this news
David's followers on Instagram were thrilled to have him back. They expressed their anticipation, wishing him all the best.
Can't wait to see you again on the tv. I miss jag. Still looking good.
Yay! Can’t wait!
@djameselliott Great news !!! So happy, JAG is my fav TV show !!! 👍😃💜
It's always a moment to celebrate our favorite TV stars. So, share this and cheers to David!