NCIS New Orleans season 7 release date: How many episodes are in NCIS NOLA series 7?

NCIS NEW ORLEANS is back and the drama follows police who investigate crimes involving the military. How many episodes are in NCIS NOLA series 7?

NCIS: New Orleans airs on CBS and back in May 2020 the series was renewed for a seventh season. The police procedural drama is a spin-off to the original NCIS series, and it is the third series forming part of the NCIS franchise. has everything you need to know about how many episodes are in NCIS New Orleans season seven.

How many episodes are in NCIS NOLA series 7?

The New Orleans spin-off of NCIS follows the Naval Criminal Investigative Service agents who are led by Special Agent Dwayne Cassius Pride (played by Scott Bakula).

The crimes in this series involve the US Navy and Marine Corps, and this season will introduce some new characters.

The seventh instalment will be available to watch on CBS from 9.30pm ET on November 8, and each episode thereafter will air weekly at the same time.

The series is also available to watch on Fox in the UK, but season seven will not be available in the UK for some time.

The synopsis for the upcoming season says: “Special Agent Dwayne Pride continues to clean up the streets of the Big Easy from its dark underworld of crime, and he won’t rest until justice is served.”

The episodes will also be available to watch online on CBS All Access, and they have all been given unique titles.

Titles for the first three episodes have been revealed, and they include Something in the Air: Part 1, Something in the Air: Part 2 and One of Our Own.

The seventh season will be made up of 16 episodes, making it slightly shorter than other seasons which have contained up to 24 episodes.

Each of the episodes will run for about 40 minutes, and the titles of the remaining episodes will be made available as the episodes air weekly.

CBS reported how the coronavirus pandemic had forced a number of series to be cut short, including NCIS: New Orleans. NCIS and NCIS: LA will be made up of 16 episodes and 18 episodes respectively.

The news was shared by Deadline and one fan said: “I really hope that nobody complains about the shortness of episodes. We should applaud everyone that’s in the cast and crew of production of these programs.

“They have given everything they could possibly do to project the audience with. So I encourage all of you to give a standing ovation to each and every one of these programs to do what they have done for us.”

Season seven will welcome back Chelsea Field as Rita Deveraux, who was a recurring character from seasons three to six.

Special agents Quentin Carter (Charles Michael Davis) and Hannah Khoury (Necar Zadegan) will also return for the new season.

Actor Bakula is on Instagram and he shared photos from the previous season to keep fans entertained during lockdown, saying: “With everything going on right now I hope we can offer an entertaining distraction on tonight’s new episode of @ncisnola on @cbstv.”

His co-star CCH Pounder, who plays medical examiner Loretta Wade, spoke to Conversations at Home during lockdown about the series and what it meant to her.

She said: “NCIS: New Orleans actually for me was a gift, and I am a widow now but when I took it I took it because my husband had the kind of diagnosis that made you go ‘we can’t work in cable and get you fixed, we need real money, we need to really go out there and find something’.

“I had never thought of myself as an actor who chose an opportunity over a role, and I have always felt I’ve had these great roles.

“When this happened I realised that I needed to do something major, and this came along, the timing was marvellous, it extended his life.”

The trailer for the latest season shows Dwayne investigating a suspicious death on a humanitarian ship. The season will address the coronavirus pandemic and Loretta is seen in the medical theatre asking for more body bags and cleaning supplies.

Dwayne is then heard saying to her: “It’s going to get a whole lot worse before it gets better, we are going to need all of our reserves if we are going to weather the storm.”

Fans commented on the video on YouTube saying they “couldn’t wait” for the new season to start, and they were “so excited”.

The new season will arrive on the same day as the latest season of NCIS: LA, so fans have plenty of new content to look forward to.

The official New Orleans Instagram account shared the trailer for the new season, and one fan said: “When are we going to see a FULL CROSSOVER with @ncisnola @ncisla AND @ncis_cbs THAT would be absolutely awesome [sic].”

The official Twitter account for the series also shared the release date news, and one fan replied: “Super excited! Can’t wait to see what challenges face them this year.”

The new season is a welcome addition to the CBS schedule and fans will be waiting in anticipation for the weekly episodes.

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