While I'm guessing that is that the show will evidently try some new things in the aftermath of Abby's departure.
Mixing up the formula of a show that has been on the air for 15 years will likely be a good thing, even if it will mean some unexpected twists for longtime fans.
Audiences have gotten used to having Abby around, and the entire dynamic of the series will be different once she leaves.
Depending on how she leaves, there might not even be much hope for a return.
When asked what he thought about his only on-screen experience with Pam thought, he merely called it ‘different’.
We do know that the couple was married in March 1987, a little over 29 years ago now.
in Season 15 thanks to the upcoming departure of Pauley Perrette, who has played forensic specialist Abby Sciuto from the very beginning of the series. People do what they do, and they move on and they do other things and that's part of life.
News of Perrette's decision to leave broke back in October, and fans have been wondering just how the show will send off one of its most impactful characters. I'm really aware, and we're all aware that audiences grow to love characters, and it's a big deal. It's given us, as a show, an opportunity to rebirth, to rejuvenate, to try new things, to grow. are still scarce, but Mark Harmon's comments to ET indicate that the end of her arc will honor everything that she contributed to the series over the past decade and a half.
Whilst she relished the experience, she also had no desire to return to a more regular gig.
Pam said that she would have returned to the show, but Robin’s untimely passing surely made that impossible.