Torres' past revealed
Good news, this injustice is about to be a part of ancient history. Wilmer Valderrama, his interpreter, has indeed confirmed to TV Insider, the writers will take advantage of the next episodes to lift the veil on certain mysteries concerning him, ” We will discover a lot more about his past. This season will focus a lot on where he comes from, what was his education, his family … We are going to learn a little more about his family “.
It will of course be necessary to wait for the return of NCIS to discover the secrets and revelations in question, but Wilmer Valderrama has already been very excited about what lies ahead, ” It's going to be great to unveil some areas and be able to offer to the public a little more justifications for its way of being “. The actor made it clear, it is for this kind of intrigue that he chose to do this job, ” This is exactly what you want to play as an actor. You want to play these different thicknesses. You want to play the fact of revealing them in broad daylight, to become more vulnerable. That's what brings you closer to the other characters . ”
The Torres / Bishop duo forward
And inevitably, these revelations about Torres and his new vulnerability / openness will not be without consequences, especially on the side of his relationship with Bishop. Where the premature end of season 17 – the fault of the Covid-19, has hampered the progress of the plot, the evolution of their story should continue next year.
Then again, Wilmer Valderrama didn't reveal anything about the writers' plan, but he still implied that this relationship was going in the right direction and should surprise us, ” Exploring the relationships between the characters and all that goes with it, it's still a mystery. But I don't think we're going to do anything that's been seen on the show before. We're definitely going to try and work on something different . ”
In other words, if Bishop / Torres has all of the Tony / Ziva couple of the day, their relationship would have to be different. A positive point when we know that the Tiva never really saw the light of day in front of the camera, but always outside …