‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Will Auction Off Props From Canceled Show

by Suzanne Halliburton
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NCIS: New Orleans fans, we know you’re still out there, even though the series was canceled after seven seasons.

But you can still carry on like Dwayne “King” Pride and the others in the NCIS: New Orleans. You can wear their tactical gear or decorate your home with some familiar art. That’s because it’s all going to auction.

Jeff Schwarz, who leads the Amazon show The Liquidators, is in charge of the NCIS: New Orleans auction.

“It’s not often we get a good auction like this that we’re having with such an established name,” Schwarz said. “I am excited to have the opportunity to give buyers the chance to get a piece of their favorite show.”

The auction, itself. is Sept. 11 and 12th. But you can start sifting through the items and placing bids on your favorite stuff, now.

“With Covid, forcing us all to move online,” Schwarz says, “this gives folks an opportunity to have some fun from the safety of their own homes while landing a great deal. Best of all, for those that cannot make the live online times, the auction system allows bidders to place a max bid on any item and if it goes for less, you get the item at that lower price. Our goal is to help lift people’s spirits by having a good time together.”

‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Will Sell Variety of Items

Click this link to check out what’s going to be sold. There will be military hats or tactical gear. You can even buy prop guns or the candles that were burning in the restaurants.

NCIS: New Orleans ran seven seasons.

The show ended happily with a beautiful, intimate wedding between King Pride and Scott Bakula’s real-life wife, Chelsea Field. Bakula and Field married in 2009. They have two children. Bakula talked with Country Living about being with his wife on NCIS: New Orleans.

“I love working with her,” Bakula said. We’ve worked together a bunch before. She makes me a better actor because she works more intensely and more deeply than I tend to work.”

The showrunner for NCIS: New Orleans now does the same job for spinoff NCIS: Hawai’i. The new show premieres Sept. 20 — remember, that’s a Monday. NCIS, the first show in the franchise, also moves to Monday night for season 19. It had been the dominant show on Tuesdays.

Maybe King Pride shows up in NCIS: Hawai’i as a guest star. Christopher Silber, the producer for both New Orleans and now Hawaii said to expect the unexpected.

“Never say never,” said Silber said. “I’ll be a hundred percent honest with you, we are happy for all crossovers. It’s fun.”


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