NCIS: LL Cool J From Los Angeles, Eric Christian Olsen and Others React After CBS Announces The Show Will End Its 14th Season


The NCIS franchise, between the OG series and its Los Angeles and Hawaii offshoots, has been a hugely successful show on CBS, it seems, forever. However, after 14 years and 14 seasons, NCIS: Los Angeles is coming to an end. After the news that the lengthy procedure is coming to an end, many actors of the show reacted on social networks, including LL Cool J, Eric Christian Olsen, Daniela Rua and others.

LL Cool J is one of three NCIS: Los Angeles actors who have been on the show since day one. After this news , the actor of Special Agent Sam Hanna posted on Instagram:


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LL COOL J (@llcoolj)’in paylaştığı bir gönderi

The rapper and actor noted that the NCIS crossover, consisting of three parts, was a huge success, and thanked the “millions of fans” who supported the show and brought “the best ratings in recent years.” He also noted that the 14th season is the “perfect time” to end the long-running show. He ended the post on a happy note, saying that CBS was a great partner and he has some interesting projects in the works.

Eric Christian Olsen also reported on the bittersweet news. The actor joined NCIS: Los Angeles as Marty Dix at the end of the first season and has been around ever since. He posted on Instagram:

Clearly, this journey meant a lot to the cast and crew of this show, and as Olsen wrote, I believe they all think it was an “exciting journey” that they “all shared.” Other actors from the NCIS world also spoke out about the news. Brian Dietzen, who plays Jimmy Palmer in the flagship series and was working with the cast of Los Angeles when the two NCIS shows crossed paths, commented on Olsen’s post:

It was a GREAT trip, my friend. Congratulations to everyone. ❤️

Caleb Castile also commented on his co-star’s post and uploaded his own thoughts. The actor took to Twitter to talk about his time at NCIS:LA, writing:

Incredibly sad about the news that @NCISLA won’t be back to give you guys another season, but what an amazing achievement… 14 seasons! S/o to the best fans and team in the world! I am eternally grateful for this opportunity. Special Agent Devin Rowntree signs.

Castile joined this cast in 2020 as Devin Roundtree, and since then he has been helping the film crew solve crimes.

Along with these three, Daniela Rua, who has been at NCIS:LA since the beginning with LL Cool J, and Chris O’Donnell reflected on how much this series has affected her life. She posted:


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Daniela Ruah (@danielaruah)’in paylaştığı bir gönderi

Posting her statement in English and Portuguese, she also added a photo from earlier seasons and another from a later episode. She noted how much she has grown over the years and that she will return later to tell more about the end of the show. While it’s clear she’s excited about the news, she also said she’s “grateful” that the show has been in her life for so long.

Medallion Rahimi, who joined NCIS:LA as a special agent of Fatima Namazi, commented on her partner’s post by writing a sweet note to the woman behind Kenzi Bly:

Rule forever my queen ❤️

It is clear that the actors are very fond of each other and the long-running series, which last year exceeded 300 episodes, and it is a pity that it is coming to an end.

However, this is not the end, there is still half a season ahead before we say goodbye to NCIS: LA. The show will remain on the TV program for 2023 until the finale of its series, which will take place on May 14. Until then, you can watch new episodes every Sunday on CBS at 22:00. ET, and you can stream past seasons with a Paramount+ subscription.


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