The seventh season will be the last of NCIS: New Orleans, after both series writers were appointed as creators and producers of the franchise’s new third spin-off. The derivative of the series will be based on the original production and located in Hawaii.
The information that Christopher Silber and Jan Nash will direct NCIS: Hawaii has been confirmed by Deadline. In a statement, the showrunners confirmed the end of the series set in New Orleans, also thanking the city and fans for their seven years of work.
NCIS was released in 2003 and, even after 18 seasons, is the most viewed drama in the United States. NCIS: Los Angeles was the first spin-off that the series won in 2009. New Orleans followed in 2014.
NCIS is in its 18th season, but it will be shorter than normal. Because of Covid-19, which made recording difficult, the season currently on show will feature only 16 episodes in total.
The seventh season of New Orleans is being shown in the United States, with an episode launch on Sundays, and after more than 150 episodes, the end is scheduled to air on May 16.
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