10 things we want to see in the Tony/Ziva NCIS spinoff

After almost a decade, Tony and Ziva are reuniting for a new NCIS spinoff. Here are 10 things fans want to see as Tiva returns.

"Ex-File"--The NCIS team (Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, center, and Cote de Pablo) investigates the murder of a Marine Captain who had access to highly classified information, on NCIS, Tuesday, Oct. 9 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.Photo: Cliff Lipson/CBS ©2007 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.
"Ex-File"--The NCIS team (Mark Harmon, Michael Weatherly, center, and Cote de Pablo) investigates the murder of a Marine Captain who had access to highly classified information, on NCIS, Tuesday, Oct. 9 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.Photo: Cliff Lipson/CBS ©2007 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. /
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6. Some steamy undercover work

It was fun on NCIS when Tony and Ziva went undercover together and some good tension. Now that they’re a real couple, the potential to amp it up on the job can be better. They don’t have to pose as a married pair anymore yet can play with it on the job.

Ziva in a knockout dress providing a distraction for Tony works well and it’d be fun seeing one jealous at the other pretending to be single to woo a target. Plus, it can spark more passion between the duo, something to really set this show apart from other NCIS series. 

5. Some exotic locations

It appears the show will be filmed on location in Europe, allowing the chance to show some great spots for Tony and Ziva to explore. Paris seems an obvious choice, with the City of Lights providing a romantic backdrop for an adventure. There’s also Rome, Madrid and scores of other places. 

We can even have some touches like a train ride through the mountains for some action or even a cruise ship. Turning this into a globe-trotting adventure rather than just local areas like the other NCIS shows should make this series a stand out. 

4. Expand the world of NCIS 

This can be an intriguing opportunity for the spinoff to show how NCIS operates around the world. Much like FBI: International, each NCIS crew would have to obey local laws and deal with different international events. NCIS: Sydney has been a good success, so seeing how teams in Europe operate would be intriguing. Not to mention, it gives the potential for even more possible spinoffs as a European-based NCIS show seems just a matter of time.