On NCIS, what happened to Palmer’s wife?
Season 18 of NCIS said goodbye to Jimmy Palmer’s beloved wife, but what happened to Breena?
Season 18 of NCIS concluded in May 2021 on CBS, with a huge cliffhanger that will be resolved in series 19. This time around, there were a lot of surprise exits, including Chief Medical Examiner Jimmy Palmer’s (Brian Dietzen) wife Breena (Michelle Pierce). Unfortunately, their romance came to an abrupt conclusion, leaving many teary-eyed.
Palmer and Breena met at work and immediately hit it off since she was a mortician and shared his interest in medical science.
They married in 2012 and had a daughter named Victoria, which the rest of the NCIS crew was overjoyed about.
When it came to Series 17, things seemed to be a little bumpy between the two because Palmer had to work a lot, which forced them to abandon some of their plans.
The real heartbreaker occurred in season 18, when Breena was no longer a part of the show.
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Season 18 alternated between the past and the present, revealing some facts about what occurred in the meantime.
The most shocking discovery came in episode seven, The First Day, which was filmed during the coronavirus outbreak.
Palmer’s wife died of Covid-19, which is a heartbreaking revelation.
As Palmer thanked the crew for their support, the scenario where this news was revealed arose.
Palmer explained to Agent Ellie Bishop (Emily Wickersham) why his mother had moved in with him.
“You guys were so amazing when, you know…,” he remarked. Breena was taken from me.
“But it simply got to be too much between work, single parenting, and school,” she says. As a result, I dialed a lifeline.”
Palmer was irritated when he had to use the term Covid-19 and was handing out cleaning supplies when the cause of her death was revealed in a more subtle manner.
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“The producers let me know that we want the arrival of COVID to hammer our team,” Dietzen remarked in an interview with Entertainment Tonight.
“But we don’t.” Brinkwire Summary News.