CBS Confirms ‘Two-Hour’ Special Air Date for the NCIS: Los Angeles Series Finale

Fans of NCIS LA will have to wait a long time for the crew to return to CBS, but it’s not all bad news because the crew will return with a two-part finale.

The fourteenth and final season of the American police procedural television series NCIS: Los Angeles premiered in October of last year and is scheduled to end in May of this year. Although fans may be disappointed by the lengthy hiatus, showrunner R. Scott Gemmill promises “a few surprises” in store.

CBS confirmed at the start of the year that the long-running NCIS spin-off would end after season 14, with the final episode airing on May 14.

It may be a long wait, but it will be worthwhile because the show will feature a grand two-part finale.

The cast of NCIS: Los Angeles bid farewell to Paramount Studios, the show’s home for the past 14 years, last week, ahead of the finale.

During the goodbyes, showrunner R. Scott Gemmill revealed what fans can expect to see in the finale.

The producer admitted that there is some pressure involved in writing a big finale.

“In fact, the longer you’re on, the more difficult it is because there’s so much expectation, and how do you live up to that?” he explained.

“We just took it on a character-by-character basis and tried to put them in a very good place in their lives and, hopefully, the fans will be happy with it.

Despite the show’s usual dark plotlines, Gemmill teased that the final scene was “really fun and hopeful.”

Gemmill, on the other hand, remained tight-lipped about the finale’s finer points. He did, however, hint at a Callen and Anna wedding.

“That’s quite possible,” he said. A few surprises await. We try to put everyone in a good mood, and Callen and Anna are two examples.

“Part of what happens in the finale is Callen reaching a point of contentment, which I believe is why he asks Anna to marry him.

“He’s reached a point where he’s much more present and focused on the future, after spending 14 seasons trying to learn about and figure out his past. I believe he is in a good place. They are both.”

The most recent episode, directed by Kensi Blye star Daniela Ruah, began with an investigation into the mysterious d3ath of a sailor.

The OSP was assigned his mission, which meant that the L.A. office would look into why three sailors had committed suicide on the Allegiance in recent months.

Fortunately, the forensics team quickly ruled Wassner’s d3ath a suicide after proving his suicide note was forged, converting his d3ath from suicide to murd3r.

That is, neither the Allegiance’s working conditions nor Abedayo’s leadership were to blame for Wassner’s d3ath.

The cr1me drama did take a month off earlier this year, owing to a change in the CBS schedule.

Thankfully, the show has returned to its regular Sunday time slot on CBS, and fans can continue to watch the agents pursue some of LA’s cr1m1nals.

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