‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Season Finale: How, When to Watch

by Madison Miller
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It’s just about time to say goodbye to one of the popular “NCIS” spin-offs.

The mothership “NCIS” was renewed with Mark Harmon on board for another season. Similarly, “NCIS: Los Angeles” is coming back for the 13th season. There was even a new spin-off approved called “NCIS: Hawai’i” with the franchise’s very first female detective lead.

Unfortunately, “NCIS: New Orleans” did not get included in the renewal party.

At 10 p.m. ET, “NCIS: New Orleans” is closing its curtains for good. The show, as always, is available to watch on CBS live. You can also watch the show on the premium version of Hulu that includes live TV.

What is there to expect for the show’s series finale tonight?

As always, there’s going to be a level of high-stakes action while watching the series finale of “NCIS: New Orleans.” The finale is called “Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler.” This translates to “let the good times roll.”

According to TV Line, Pride and Sebastian are chasing a person of interest on foot. Suddenly, another person in Jackson Square lends a surprising hand, or rather, whip. Somehow, it will all turn into a musical salute. Only in New Orleans. Pride is trying to find out who attacked his half-brother Jimmy and his son, Connor. Meanwhile, he’s trying to get to the bottom of Sasha and her intentions with their son.

The show is going to be an intricate balance between despair, crime, and romance. Amidst the drama and chasing, it’s the eve of Pride and Rita’s wedding. Connor is also going into witness protection.

It seems like the wedding isn’t going to be a drama-filled event. Instead, it may just be an emotional tear-jerker that allows for a touching end to the series.

Fans Can Buy ‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Props

Although fans and cast members of the show are sad to say goodbye, the show had a good run of seven seasons.

According to Eyewitness News WWL, many of the props seen on the show can be purchased by extreme fans. Many of the props on the show were originally purchased in or around New Orleans. They were bought from local antique stores, furniture shops, or nostalgic restaurants. The props made the show feel like it truly belonged in New Orleans.

Fans in the nearby community were excited to redecorate “NCIS” style. “I am a big fan. I wanted to get something that belonged to Scott Bakula, or Sebastian and you can’t really tell what it is but they touched them,” Tracy Passantino, a fan of the show, said.

From old chairs to pillows to desks, the show had a lot to offer in terms of props.

Some of the items, like desks and other furniture, were donated to schools and universities, as well as Habitat for Humanity.

While the show wraps up tonight for good, some fans can snuggle the same pillow Scott Bakula once touched. It’s quite the way to say goodbye.

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