Medalion Rahimi’s Next Project After The End of ‘NCIS L.A’ Has Been Revealed


Medalion Rahimi, star of NCIS: Los Angeles, bid farewell to Fatima Namazi in the series finale, which aired in May.

The show’s cancellation was announced in January, and it appears that Medalion wasted no time in securing a new project.

The actress, who appeared on the long-running CBS drama for four seasons beginning in 2019, stars in the short film Moving Day, which was released in February and is her first role since the cancellation of NCIS: Los Angeles.

Taylor O’Neil wrote and directed the thriller, which also stars Samantha Robinson [Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood], and both stars serve as producers.

“In this satirical and campy “whodunnit,” a young woman moves into a new house she finds on Craigslist – only to discover her new roommate has been murdered,” according to the official synopsis.

On her Instagram page, the 30-year-old celebrated the show’s premiere by posting a series of photos from the set. “How it started vs how it’s going…,” she wrote in the caption. #MovingDay2023 It’s a literal dream come true to be able to create with friends. I’m overjoyed to share this moving short film about a nightmare… Featuring me and @msrobinsun directed and dp @taylor.oneil costumes @kennethallan MU and hair @mua_mirta production design @allie__larue produced by my production company #SaffronHoneyFilms.”

Fans reacted quickly to the post, with many praising the film. “You guys were fantastic!!” one person wrote. “I think there should be a part two,” one person said, while another added, “Looooooved it! So lethal.”

Medalion isn’t the only celebrity working on a new project. Matlock, a new CBS drama, is executive produced by Eric Christian Olsen. Check out the trailer below..

After 14 seasons, NCIS: Los Angeles came to an end. In an exclusive interview with HELLO!, Medalion revealed that there were “lots of tears” on the final day on set. “I believe I was one of the people who cried the most.”

“We had a great time on the last day. To be honest, I think everyone feels good about it, and we came out on top, so I think everyone should be very proud.”

She also revealed which storyline she would have liked to see if there had been enough time. “I would have loved to have seen her interact with [her parents] more,” she said. “There was this inkling of a relationship, a romantic relationship, but we didn’t really get to see it fully wrap up… but it seems like things were turning out well for her in that department.”


“For 14 seasons, NCIS: Los Angeles has been a stalwart of our lineup with characters who were a joy to watch,” said Amy Reisenbach, president of CBS Entertainment, in response to the show’s cancellation. It’s no surprise that this show became a global franchise.

“From the beginning, the cast, producers, and crew were incredible Network/Studios partners, and their teamwork, talent, and spirit shone through on the screen.”

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