NCIS: New Orleans has been cancelled by CBS after seven seasons, and star Scott Bakula recently spoke about finishing the series and leaving New Orleans behind.
The cast and crew were not expecting CBS to cancel the show and were informed in February, as they were filming episode 13. “It was painful,” said executive producer Jan Nash, “but it was a blessing to have enough time to make adjustments and a finale that feels very true to New Orleans.”
Bakula said the following about the finale of NCIS: New Orleans and filming it during the pandemic, per TV Insider:
“The last episode of a seven-year series has all kinds of light shining on it. People gave speeches, bumped elbows. They had their masks on. It was bittersweet: We shot 16 episodes and are proud of the season, but it was goodbye — and from a distance.”
Vanessa Ferlito, Necar Zadegan, Charles Michael Davis, Rob Kerkovich, Daryl “Chill” Mitchell, and CCH Pounder also star in this CBS procedural drama. The series finale is set to air on May 23rd.
What do you think? Are you a fan of NCIS: New Orleans? Are you planning to watch the finale on CBS later this month?
Are CBS Crazy well if you cancelled this you might as well go ahead and cancel Blues blood, as NCIS La has become stupid and music from the 80s remake Airwolf change the music just to make it look cool with the stupid logo with a wosh in it, and let’s face it if ll cool J was not in it this would have been cancelled years ago. At least NCIS and NOLA represented family ties which is what its best for. The same as Blues Blood its like taking the NYPD out of New York And the US Navy… Read more »