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‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Drops New Sun & Sand-Filled Snaps of the Cast: ‘Life Is a Beach’

by Will Shepard
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NCIS: Los Angeles was recently renewed for another season. This coming season will be the show’s thirteenth, and fans are really excited about it. The program has become renowned for deaths, chaos, action-packed episodes, and all-around craziness.

The Season 12 finale aired on May 23, one week ago. Fans absolutely loved the ending. Not only did it tie almost everything together, but it had just about everything that fans wanted.

Since the show has wrapped up already, NCIS: Los Angeles took to their social media to keep its fans engaged. The drama shared a series of photos of their cast members at the beach.

Each of the photos that the show shared was from the finale. In each of the three pictures, the characters were paired with another cast member alongside them.

“Life’s a beach,” NCIS: Los Angeles wrote, accompanied by a pair of emojis about being at the beach. Fans ate the post up, gushing about the way the most recent season ended.

It seems like fans loved the way that the show tied up some of the loose storylines together. It is certainly fair to say that the last episode did not lack action.

“NCIS: Los Angeles” Saw a Great Rise in Ratings During the Show’s Season Finale

The drama had to push back the premiere of Season 12 because of Covid-19. Nonetheless, fans got their show back in November. It made them all the more excited to see what was in store during the season.

On May 23, the numbers for NCIS: Los Angeles showed that the season finale went extraordinarily well. In their audience ratings, they crushed it. Even though there were only 18 episodes in the twelfth season, the numbers ticked up for the finale.

Five of the 18 episodes had over 6 million viewers. That being said, though, the last time the show saw over 6 million viewers was back in February on Valentine’s Day.

Before the show was renewed, there was speculation that it might get canceled. However, instead of canceling NCIS: Los Angeles, the network decided to end the New Orleans offshoot.

Regardless, last Sunday, the show drew 5.4 million live viewers, the biggest live audience for the season. The only downside for the show was that it slipped in its key demographic.

The finale’s decline in viewers aged 18 to 49 was small but significant. Instead of seeing its starting point of .8, the show only had .6. Even though that was certainly a disappointment for the show, the later episodes had hovered around .6 in the key demographic.