- NCIS: LA will end after season 14
- CBS cancelled the NCIS spin-off this week
- Cast members are speaking out after the news
Say it isn't so! NCIS: Los Angeles is officially cancelled. The series is coming to an end after 14 seasons.
The news just came in via Deadline. We're still in the middle of the NCIS: LA season, so there are more episodes to come. But the series finale date is set for: May 14, 2023.
NCIS: LA had been on CBS since 2009. It still had a devoted fanbase today. Now, some of the cast members are already responding to the sad news.
The NCIS: LA cast reacts to final season news
On Instagram, "Kenzi" actress Daniela Ruah said "it has been an absolute dream. So many feelings to process and too many words to say. I will save them for a later date…"
Her co-star Eric Christian Olsen added: "What a spectacular journey we all shared." Chris O'Donnell, known as "Callen" on the series, wrote:
"What an amazing 14 year ride with my [NCIS: LA] family. Just want to take a moment to say thank you to all of our amazing fans that tuned in every week."
LL Cool J, who plays "Sam Hanna," chose to look on the bright side. He reflected on the success of the recent NCIS crossover, of which he wrote: "Some of our best ratings in years. After 14 seasons, this is the perfect time to end [NCIS: LA] on top of our game."
And this was star Medalion Rahimi's reaction on Instagram: "What a journey. So grateful to you all. Thank you [CBS] for the wonderful memories."
Enjoy NCIS: LA while you can! The series finale will air in May 2023...
See more in the video above.