Showrunner Chris Silber is already working on the franchise’s aerial-set avatar for the network. CBS is closing shop on one of its three NCIS plays. NCIS: The franchise’s shortest show New Orleans will end with its seventh season. The series of drama, led by Scott Bakula, will air on May 16 on CBS.
Executive producers Christopher Silber and Jan Nash said, “It is our great pleasure and honor to work with this incredible cast and crew on this show and for over 150 episodes.” “Until we are disappointed to see the end of NOLA, we cannot continue to strive for the work we have done and are thankful to the brilliant and resilient Crescent City that has given us for seven glorious years Hugged. ”
The time has come when Silber and Nash are collaborating with NCIS in another avatar of the NCIS franchise: Hawaii near a series pickup at CBS. The series’s star and executive producer Scott Bakula said “sad to end our love affair with this unprecedented city but we are very grateful to all our friends.” “I will miss the music. Thanks to CBS for seven years. “
Hawaii will be the fourth series in the NCIS franchise. The term flagship is awaited on the 19th season, and according to sources, it may be nearly over, as Harmon’s deal is prominent this season. Sources say that when Harmon heard that CBS would end the major series if he quit, the star and exec producers began negotiating with the network and producers CBS studios return for a handful of episodes if procedural Was to return for the 19th season.
Aaron, who originated his character as special agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs on JAG before leading NCIS, has helped develop the franchise to spinoff NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: New Orleans. NCIS: LA awaits its 13th season on CBS. Harmon exec produces NCIS: New Orleans.
He is not involved in NCIS: L.A. The premier NCIS is the longest running show on CBS – and the most expensive. It also ranks as the most-watched series on television, with a total audience of over 15 million. NCIS is also the world’s No. 1 global TV series, syndicated both domestically and internationally, where it is licensed in more than 200 countries and territories.
“From the outset, NCIS: New Orleans was able to differentiate itself with its New Orleans authenticity,” said Kelly Kahl, president of CBS Entertainment, “From colors and music to vibrancy and stories you can only find in the Big Easy Thanks to the amazing talent of producers, writers, cast and crew, ‘Nola’ has played an important role in our schedule.
We are pleased to give it a big sender and that viewers will have the opportunity to say goodbye to their favorite characters as a cover for the final season. ” The news is that CBS is also ending Chuck Lore-produced comedy Mom in May after eight seasons.