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In fact, the top-dog isn't even breaking a sweat, despite commentators labelling the transitional period a bit of a crisis for the CBS crime-drama.De Pablo's exit came after her eight seasons on the popular show, though it still took CBS bosses - including Les Moonves - by surprise.Director Patricia Riggen's The 33 was filmed with the cooperation of the miners and tells their story from 700 meters underground.
The show was a huge success, but I just suddenly realized that I probably had other things that I should be doing. Parties aren't supposed to get old, and Di Nozzo isn't supposed to be bored.
When a 100 year-old copper & gold mine in Chile suffers considerable damage to the shaft due to a cave-in, the world's news is quick to report the disaster.
All life was thought to be lost and there was little hope of finding survivors, however deep inside the mine, a group of 33 men were fighting for survival.
However, Weatherly recently made the decision to retire from the series, and he has finally opened up about the rationale behind that decision. So it seems that one of the biggest reasons for his departure from the series came when Cote de Pablo’s Ziva also left the CBS drama in Season 11.
Michael Weatherly revealed that his decision to leave Their great dynamic, the badinage and sparring and flirting between [Tony and de Pablo's Ziva] and how they would swing from siblings to near lovers and back to buddies, that was gone, and then I got to the point where I felt I’d stayed at the party for too long. With that specific relationship no longer in play on the series, Michael Weatherly began to feel like Tony Di Nozzo’s time on had more or less run its course.
Weatherly got a taste of creative freedom by directing a documentary and establishing his own production company, so in the end, he just came to the realization that it might finally be time to retire Agent Tony Di Nozzo and let the man behind the agent branch out more.