NCIS: Los Angeles comes to an end. CBS canceled the series after 14 seasons. The series finale will air later this year.
the NCIS: Los Angeles The series finale — the 322nd episode — will air Sunday, May 14 at 9 p.m. ET, reports TVLine. The show premiered in 2009 and was the first of several NCIS spin-offs. Other shows in the NCIS universe belong to the canceled ones NCIS: New Orleans, which ended in May 2021, and NCIS: Hawaii, which premiered in September 2021.
So far, there are no details about the final episode of NCIS: Los Angeles. But in a statement, CBS Entertainment President Amy Reisenbach called the show “an integral part of our cast” and vowed that the cast, crew and producers would “get the big send-off that they and their fans deserve.”
Showrunner R. Scott Gemmil assured viewers that the show would end things on a happy note.
“We look forward to delivering an ending to the series that is both satisfying and true to these beloved characters,” he said.
Shortly after the news that NCIS: Los Angeles was cancelled, series star LL Cool J accepted Twitter to comment on the end of the series and what may be to come.
“This NCIS crossover was a huge hit!” he wrote, referring to the three-show event that aired in early January. “After 14 seasons, it’s the perfect time to end @NCISLA on top! I look forward to continuing my partnership with @CBSTVStudios. They have invested in our Series B round and become a strategic partner with @RockTheBells – more exciting things to come!”
Caleb Castille, who plays Special Agent Devin Rountree, also responded to the news.
“Incredibly sad to hear the news that @NCISLA won’t be coming back to give you guys another season, but man what an amazing accomplishment… 14 seasons!” he tweeted. “S/o to the best fans & crew in the world! I am eternally grateful for the opportunity. Special Agent Devin Rountree says goodbye.”
On twitter, NCIS: Los Angeles Fans reacted to the news that the show had been cancelled.
“My favorite show. Will miss you guys. Will watch all reruns,” one person wrote in response to Castille’s tweet.
“I can’t believe this, definitely shouldn’t be given up for NCIS Hawaii which is boring,” commented another.
“All good things must come to an end. We will forever cherish these final episodes and the memories,” another fan wrote in response to LL Cool J’s tweet.
New episodes of NCIS: Los Angeles airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS and also streams on Paramount+.
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