NCIS: New Orleans Canceled After 7 Seasons

CBS is leaving the Big Easy. NCIS: New Orleans, the most recent series in the NCIS franchise, is coming to an end this season, after seven seasons on the air. The drama was a staple of the Tuesday lineup for nearly six seasons before shifting to Sundays partially though the sixth season. This season, the new slot took a toll on it, and it's down 27% from season six. However, with a 0.5 18-49 rating average to-date, the show was still in the middle of the CBS ratings pack. It will be the first NCIS series to come to an end, and will run for at least five season less than NCIS: Los Angeles and at least eleven less than NCIS. This news comes amid news that CBS is developing a new NCIS series set in Hawaii. NCIS: New Orleans premiered in 2014 and has aired 147 episodes thus far. Its seventh and final season will run for sixteen episodes, and the series finale will air May 16. Scott Bakula, CCH Pounder, Rob Kerkovich, Daryl Mitchell, Vanessa Ferlito, Necar Zadegan and Charles Michael Davis star in the series. You can find the ratings for Season 7 here.

Waht do you think of this news? Will you miss NCIS: New Orleans? Let us know in the comments!

Share this

Related Posts

Next Post »