The NCIS: Los Angeles cast concluded their work on the popular show a few months back, and as filming came to an end, several cast members decided to take home mementos as tokens of their time together. With a remarkable 14-year run, the NCIS spin-off accumulated numerous cherished moments worth remembering. Recognizing this, CBS has arranged a special tribute titled “Salute to NCIS: Los Angeles” to commemorate the series finale. Viewers can catch the one-hour special at 10/9c on May 21, and subsequently stream it on Paramount+.
Entertainment Weekly recently had the opportunity to sit down with the cast members of NCIS: LA and discuss their thoughts on the conclusion of the series. LL Cool J, who portrayed Agent Sam Hanna throughout all 14 seasons, enthusiastically stated, “I got all the goods,” at the beginning of the interview. Daniela Ruah, known for her role as Agent Kensi Blye, shared that she took home her NCIS badges so she could give one to each of her children. Eric Christian Olsen, in his usual Marty Deeks style, humorously mentioned that he departed with the gym’s weight set and “a bunch of Jordans,” referring to the Air Jordan shoes worn by the characters on the show.
The series finale of NCIS: Los Angeles is set to air at 9/8c on Sunday, May 21, and will conclude a two-part finale, with the first episode available for streaming on Paramount+. Following the final episode, the “Salute to NCIS: Los Angeles” special will be broadcasted, allowing the stars an hour to reflect on the remarkable 14-year journey of the series. Fans can also anticipate appearances from familiar faces of the past, who will drop by to share their insights and memories during the special.
Additionally, on May 22, viewers can look forward to a thrilling season finale of NCIS, as the popular drama wraps up another successful year. Details surrounding the NCIS Season 20 finale suggest a gripping conclusion, with one particular storyline revolving around Agent Torres finding himself in prison.