NCIS Los Angeles ending: What will happen leading up to the series finale

Now that you’ve had a few days to process the message NCIS: Los Angeles Signing off after 14 seasons, it’s time to officially and super-official state your MUST-HAVES for the final episodes of the high-octane drama.

As TVLine reported last week, NCIS:LA will conclude its run at the end of this season, with the series finale airing Sunday, May 14 at 10/9 p.m. The first and longest running NCIS The spin-off will thus conclude after shipping a total of 322 episodes, having hit the 300 milestone with last year’s season finale.

CBS Entertainment President Amy Reisenbach said in a statement that the network plans to give the show “the big send-off that it and its fans deserve,” while showrunner R. Scott Gemmill said in the process of thanking loyal viewers: “We look forward to delivering an ending to the series that is both satisfying and true to these beloved characters.”

Well, you’re all smart. you were careful You know what’s at stake, including an upcoming wedding. And there are a few team members, past and present, that we haven’t seen on screen in a minute. But what are your MUST-HAVES, the plot developments and/or returnees that are CRITICAL if the series ends on a near-satisfying note? Not the “Oh, it would be awfully nice” things that would happen, but the things that HAVE to happen.

Vote in the poll below (or click here for a link) for as many things as you want that MUST happen. We’re hiding the results for now, but will share them triumphantly soon enough. And who knows, maybe the right people will take notice of it…? (Or they could Not. TV show writing is complicated, from what I’ve been told.) And as always, if you have a question for my Inside Line column, email!

Again for those back there We’re hiding the poll results for now, but we’ll make them public soon enough.

(LINK TO SURVEY IF NOT VISIBLE) NCIS Los Angeles ending: What will happen leading up to the series finale

Lindsay Lowe

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