NCIS: Los Angeles Season 14: Is it the last season?

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 14: Is it the last season?
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It’s been an unbelievable journey, which the fans will truly miss! Here is everything we know so far about
NCIS: Los Angeles Season 14. 

After being on air for almost 14 years, one thing is undeniable: NCIS: Los Angeles understands how to conclude the season with a banging finale that leaves the fanbase satisfied and eager to find out what else the show has in store! 

The creators are geniuses because they know what the fan base really wants to see with these beloved characters, and it truly shows how much they care about this series. It’s reasonable to say that they did their best, which has made the show’s most ardent fans even more interested in learning about its future plans. They have begun to wonder whether there is a chance that the series will be renewed for another season this year or not.

If you are wondering the same thing, then we can assure you that you are not alone! To clarify all your doubts, we have compiled all the details about whether there are any future plans in development for NCIS: Los Angeles or if this is the final goodbye.

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 14: Is it the last season?

Will it be renewed for another season?

Despite being a massive success, the moment that the loyal fans always dread has finally landed upon NCIS: Los Angeles. If you have been keeping up with the show, then you’ll know why the anticipation of the 14th season’s final episode was so much greater than in other series. The reason is that on January 20, 2023, it was officially announced that the first successful spin-off series of NCIS would end after the fourteenth season.

Yes, this is the last time you’ll be seeing NCIS: Los Angeles on your television screens.

Many fans are still wondering if the decision to cancel the show has been reversed or not, but we are certain to report that the reports are still accurate. Sadly, the beloved action television series’ fourteen-year journey, which started back in September 2009, has been corroborated to conclude with the airing of last night’s part two of its 14th season finale, “New Beginnings, Part Two,” which eliminates any chance that it will return with a new season. 

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 14: Is it the last season?

Check out some of the remarks made by the cast and crew following the cancellation of the show:

“For 14 seasons, NCIS: Los Angeles has been a stalwart of our lineup with characters who were a joy to watch,” said Amy Reisenbach, president of CBS Entertainment. “From day one, the cast, producers, and crew were amazing network/studio partners, and their teamwork, talent, and spirit vividly came through on the screen. We are so grateful for the collaboration and remarkable run of these treasured members of our CBS family, and plan to give them the big sendoff they and their fans deserve.”

Eric Christian Olsen, who plays Marty Deeks, posted a walking-off-into-the-sunset-style photo of himself in character with the simple caption, “What a spectacular journey we all shared.”


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“I want to thank both the network and studio for their partnership and support over the years; Shane Brennan for giving us such a great playground; and my partners John P. Kousakis, Frank Military, Kyle Harimoto, and Andrew Bartels for their tireless efforts and collaboration episode after episode,” said NCIS: Los Angeles executive producer and showrunner Gemmill. 

“Our crew has grown to be a true family, and their hard work and dedication have been fundamental to our success year after year. My deepest gratitude to the cast members, who have brought our characters to life with their impassioned performances – thank you for your talent, professionalism, and continuous enthusiasm. And to our loyal viewers who loved our characters and followed their journeys, thank you. We look forward to delivering an end to the series that is both satisfying and does justice to these beloved characters.”

LL Cool J also took to Instagram and expressed his thought on the series’ end, quoting, “After 14 seasons, this is the perfect time to end @ncisla on top of our game!!! I look forward to continuing my fruitful partnership with @cbstv. They invested in our series B round and became a strategic partner with @rockthebells!!” Take a look at the official post below: 


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NCIS Los Angeles Season 14: How did the story conclude?

The finale episode, “New Beginnings, Part Two,” which was directed by John Peter Kousakis and written by Kyle Harimoto and R. Scott Gemmill, is a continuation of “New Beginnings,” which was released on May 14, 2023.

In that episode, the viewers saw OSP help ATF Special Agent in Charge Kerry Adams with the case of a colleague of hers who disappeared during an investigation. As Callen and Anna continue preparing for their wedding, Rountree’s sister, Jordyn, interviews in hopes of getting into a medical school, and Sam tries to persuade his father, Raymond, to join a drug trial. 

The episode ends on a cliffhanger with Callen and Sam not only pinned down but having been left stranded as a result of the Challenger being destroyed in the attack as they prepare to confront and possibly engage Adams and another corrupt ATF agent in a gunfight. Later, after surviving the gunfight, Callen and Sam regroup and continue helping their OSP colleagues search for the missing military-grade weapons. 

After the case has been solved, the team attends Callen and Anna’s wedding at City Hall, Sam Callen’s best man and Kensi Anna’s maid of honor, while Kensi discovers she is pregnant. The episode ends with Callen and Sam traveling to Morocco and reuniting with Nell Jones, who’s revealed to have asked for their help in saving Hetty with assistance from former CIA officer Vostanik Sabatino and operational psychologist Nate Getz.

The series starred Chris O’Donnell as Grisha “G.” Callen, Daniela Ruah as Kensi Blye, Eric Christian Olsen as Marty Deeks, Medalion Rahimi as Fatima Namazi, Caleb Castille as Devin Roundtree, Gerald McRaney as Hollace Kilbride, and LL Cool J as Sam Hanna. The series is produced by CBS Studios.

The recurring cast members include Kavi Ramachandran Ladnier as Shyla Dahr, Natalia del Riego as Rosa Reyes, Richard Gant as former Colonel Raymond Hanna, Bar Paly as Anatasia ‘Anna’ Kolcheck, Duncan Campbell as NCIS Special Agent Castor, Alicia Coppola as FBI Senior Special Agent Lisa Rand, Vyto Ruginis as Arkady Kolcheck, Bill Goldberg as Lance Hamilton, and Erik Palladino as Special Deputy U.S. Marshal Vostanik Sabatino. 

Apart from CBS’s official website, all the previous seasons of NCIS: Los Angeles are currently available to watch on Paramount+ and FuboTV. The viewers can also stream the series by renting or purchasing on Vudu, Amazon Instant Video, and iTunes, with a vast number of membership plans according to the preference of the users. On the other hand, the series is also available to stream for free on Pluto and NBC based on the viewer’s location. 

That’s not all! The series finale is reported to be followed by a special hour program, “A Salute to NCIS: LA” (from Entertainment Tonight), which could and should be listed separately in the coming weeks. Check out the promo below: 

NCIS: Los Angeles Series Finale: Stars Share the Mementos They Took (Exclusive)

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