Season 14 of NCIS Los Angeles Shows an ‘Emotional Farewell’ in the Series Finale

Unfortunately, CBS made the decision to cancel NCIS Los Angeles season 14 earlier this year due to the considerable expenses associated with the production of the drama.

NCIS Los Angeles has gracefully achieved the status of being one of the longest-running primetime scripted shows for CBS, but unfortunately, all good things eventually come to a close.

It is with great respect that we share that the 14th season of the series, which features the talented cast of Chris O’Donnell, LL Cool J, Daniela Ruah, and Eric Christian Olsen, will be the final season currently airing.

The season finale is planned to be broadcast in a few weeks, and we have already completed filming all of the remaining scenes for the show.

We have received information that the finale will consist of two parts, with the first part airing on Sunday, May 14, and the conclusion scheduled for the following week on Sunday, May 21.

It is with great delight to inform fans that they will soon witness the joyous union of Callen (played by Chris O’Donnell) and Anna Kolcheck (Bar Paly) as they exchange their vows in holy matrimony.

The recently published photographs depict the couple having a modest ceremony, with Anna adorned in a plain white blazer and skirt.

Callen’s friends and colleagues have also graced the occasion, elegantly dressed for this long-awaited event.

Please note that the show will continue to maintain its pace. The team will be focusing on the investigation of a missing ATF agent and stolen military-grade weapons in the first part of the finale, titled New Beginnings.

In this episode, we will witness Callen and Anna’s wedding preparations, Agent Devin Roundtree’s sister being interviewed for medical school, and Sam Hanna kindly persuading his father to participate in a drug test.

In New Beginnings Part Two, it has been decided that Callen and Anna will opt for a more spontaneous ceremony, continuing the existing storylines.

Following the conclusion of the second and final episode, a one-hour special titled “A Salute to NCIS Los Angeles” will be aired to honor the entirety of the series. This special will be hosted by Kevin Frazier from Entertainment Tonight.

The show will be showcasing unforgettable footage and past interviews with the cast members from the past 14 years. Additionally, the cast will be graciously sharing some of their most cherished memories.

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