• 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."

Also interesting:

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.