Who is Marta Goldstein? The latest NCIS episode: New Orleans pays a special tribute to its longtime script editor at its end.
A Hollywood script supervisor, Marta Goldstein, was a part of the script and continuity division for NCIS: New Orleans, and she did notable work on NCIS. In 2014, she began a job after making a tremendous career in several Hollywood productions.
The multi-skilled scriptwriter had financial credits on big-fame productions – such as Ugly Betty, The Goodwin Games, Scrubs, and The Practice. She also wrote for various other shows like Reverie and Surviving Jack. Her Followers showed an online tribute to the script supervisor.
On November 22, 2020, NCIS: New Orleans has broadcasted a title card on CBS, after episode 3 of the seventh season. It is not really known when Goldstein passed away because it was not officially published. In a time of loss and despair, a hilarious episode hosted a concert with Pride to bring people together, and perhaps that’s why NCIS: New Orleans paid tribute to the late script supervisor Goldstein.
It was a matter of wonder for a lot of viewers because they did not know that the talent behind the camera did not remain among us. And this title card was considerable when they realized that a genius scriptwriter Marta had died. Soon after the tribute aired, fans used Twitter to express their emotions and condolences about the expert’s demise, And the followers remembered her for her work.
I didn’t know Marta Goldstein had passed away 😔 She did some really great work on a lot of shows. #NCISNOLA— Ann Behlmer (@Fire_Ann_Rain94) November 23, 2020
Although it is also undefined at the end of the episode when she died, her prestige to the series’ fame is evident. Producing 22 to 24 episodes in a season is not an easy task. You must strengthen and preserve continuity, and the factors in the final output must be existing.
‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Season 7 telecasts only on CBS at 9 pm every Sunday and will be aired one last time on 23rd May.