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'NCIS New Orleans' Canceled: How the Cast Reacted to the Show Ending

NCIS: New Orleans was the last of the NCIS spinoffs to start airing (until NCIS: Hawaii starts this fall) and is the first to get canceled. The Sunday, May 23, episode of the CBS show (Season 7, Episode 16) is set to be the last one for the procedural, which finished shooting in March, a month after the show was announced to be ending. This means the cast and crew, led by Scott Bakula as Pride, have had plenty of time to get used to the idea of the series ending. Here's how the main cast has responded to the cancelation and to saying goodbye to the world of NCIS NOLA.

How the NCIS: New Orleans cast reacted to the show being canceled

Scott Bakula

In a statement, the Dwayne Pride actor and TV icon said: "Sad to end our love affair with this phenomenal city but so grateful for all the friends we made along the way [...] I will miss the music. Big thank you to CBS for seven years."

Speaking on the cancelation in a TV Insider interview, he added: "This being the last season, going out in the middle of a pandemic, I didn't think it was going to happen. I'm surprised the show was canceled."

Rob Kerkovich

The Sebastian Lund star has payed tribute to the crew and shared some memories from his time on the show on his Twitter account.

Replying to a writer on the show who called his character "memorable," Kerkovich tweeted: "Only because you guys gave me such fun stuff to say. Now please go ahead and create the private detective spin-off entitled 'Gregorio & Lund'. I'll be waiting."

On March 23, after he had filmed his last scenes in the NCIS NOLA lab, he tweeted: "Today was a series wrap on the Lab Set. I spat out a lot of scientific gibberish here, and for my first two seasons, I was probably in here 90% of the time. My first memories of the show formed in this spot... RIP."

CCH Pounder

Though the Loretta Wade actor is saying goodbye to NCIS: New Orleans, she is not saying goodbye to the city itself, where she moved during filming of the show after falling in love with the Big Easy. She told the hosts of The Real, "[when] I started NCIS I had a very ill husband [...] and I said, 'honey we need to make some major money so that you can extend your life a little bit. And that's what NCIS did for me. It's a huge gift that I got from from NCIS.

"I'm going to stay in New Orleans. I bought a house here [then] my husband passed and I was like, 'why go home to LA to an empty house?'"

Daryl Mitchell

The Patton Plame actor had some words of comfort for fans of the show. Replying to one who said they were sad NCIS NOLA was ending on Twitter, he wrote: "I know my friend."

On Instagram, he recently posted a picture of a pair of NCIS: New Orleans socks, captioning the image: "this all they gave my for 7 seasons, a pair of socks...just kidding."

Saying goodbye to the show on his last day, the actor wrote on Instagram: "This was my home for 7 years my heart is so heavy . So hard when this is over, I will always love my cast, and crew."

Necar Zadegan

The Hannah Khoury star also took to Instagram to say goodbye to the show. "Grateful for the work, and for this opportunity," she wrote. "Grateful for this team and the company that has kept me a little less lonely in this time away from everyone I love. Wishing u all health." On her final day of shooting she wrote: "Shooting the final episode #NCISNOLA, thx for watching, fans and friends."

The NCIS: New Orleans series finale airs Sunday, May 23 at 10 p.m. ET / 9 p.m. CT on CBS. All episodes so far are streaming on Paramount+.

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‘NCIS: New Orleans’ To End With Season 7 On CBS

EXCLUSIVE:NCIS: New Orleans, the youngest series in CBS’ formidable NCIS franchise, is coming to an end. The current seventh season will be the drama’s last, with the series finale slated for May 16. It will be the show’s 155th episode.

The NCIS offshoot starring and executive produced by Scott Bakula joins another long-running CBS series that is wrapping this season; news got out this afternoon that comedy Momwill end with its current eighth season.

Created by the late Gary Glasberg, NCIS: New Orleans revolves around the local field office that investigates criminal cases involving military personnel in the Big Easy, a city known for its music, entertainment and decadence.

“Sad to end our love affair with this phenomenal city but so grateful for all the friends we made along the way,” Bakula said. “I will miss the music. Big thank you to CBS for seven years.”

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Bakula stars in the CBS Studios-produced series alongside Vanessa Ferlito, Necar Zadegan, Charles Michael Davis, Rob Kerkovich, Daryl “Chill” Mitchell, Chelsea Field and CCH Pounder. Jan Nash, Christopher Silber, Chad Gomez Creasey¸ Ron McGhee, Stephanie Sengupta, Bakula and Mark Harmon executive produce.

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“It has been our sincere pleasure and honor to work on this show and with this incredible cast and crew for over 150 episodes,” said executive producers/showrunners Silber and Nash. “As disappointed as we are to see NOLA end, we couldn’t be prouder of the work we’ve done and are grateful to the spectacular and resilient Crescent City that embraced us for seven wonderful years.”

As NCIS: New Orleans is coming to an end, Silber and Nash are working on a new spinoff, NCIS: Hawaii. The two are co-writing/executive producing the project, which is looking good for a pickup, with SEAL Team writer-producer Matt Bosack.

NCIS: New Orleans has been a reliable utility player for CBS. In a competitive time period against Sunday Night Football, NOLA currently is a top 20 broadcast drama in viewers, averaging 7.06 million viewers (in most current ratings). Season to date, NCIS: New Orleans has reached nearly 23 million unique viewers.

“From the start, NCIS: New Orleans was able to distinguish itself with its New Orleans authenticity,” said Kelly Kahl, president of CBS Entertainment. “From the colors and music to the vibrancy and stories you can only find in the Big Easy. Thanks to the amazing talents of the producers, writers, cast and crew, NOLA has played a key role on our schedule. We’re pleased to give it a big sendoff and that viewers will have the opportunity to say goodbye to their favorite characters as the final season wraps.”

The NCIS franchise launched with the 2003 mothership series starring Harmon. Eighteen seasons in, it remains the most watched drama series on network television. Spinoff NCIS: Los Angeles, headlined by LL Cool J and Chris O’Donnell, premiered in 2009 and is currently in its 12th season. NCIS: New Orleans has not been able to match the ratings strength and lucrative off-network deals of the other two NCIS series, in large part because of the fundamental changes in the TV business over the past decade. Nevertheless, NCIS: New Orleans has been a respectable performer for CBS Studios that has been seen in more than 200 countries.

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NCIS: New Orleans is a drama about the local field office that investigates criminal cases involving military personnel in The Big Easy, a city known for its music, entertainment, and decadence. Leading the team is Special Agent Dwayne Pride, a.k.a. "King," a native of New Orleans who is driven by his need to do what is right. Working with Pride is his longtime friend and colleague Special Agent Christopher Lasalle, who plays hard but works harder; tough and acerbic Special Agent Tammy Gregorio, a former FBI Agent who was sent to New Orleans to investigate NCIS and upon completion joined Pride's team, Forensic Agent Sebastian Lund, a brilliant scientist who left the lab and, after much training, became an agent; and Special Agent Hannah Khoury, a seasoned agent who specializes in international counter-intelligence and has spent most of her career on overseas assignments. Supporting them is coroner Dr. Loretta Wade, who is as eccentric as she is smart, and Investigative Computer Specialist Patton Plame, an animated and talented hacker. This colorful city that harbors a dark side is a magnet for service personnel on leave, and when overindulgence is followed by trouble, Pride's team is at its best.

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2014 American military drama/police procedural television series

NCIS: New Orleans is an American actioncrime drama and police proceduraltelevision series that premiered on CBS on September 23, 2014, following the twelfth season of NCIS. The pilot was written by Gary Glasberg. Produced by CBS Studios, Wings Productions and, for the first four seasons, When Pigs Fly Incorporated, the series stars Scott Bakula and CCH Pounder. The series is set and filmed in New Orleans. It is the third series of the NCIS franchise. In May 2020, the show was renewed for the seventh season, which premiered on November 8, 2020. In February 2021, CBS announced that the seventh season would be the series' final one. The series concluded on May 23, 2021.

Premise[edit]

NCIS: New Orleans follows a fictional team of Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) agents stationed out of New Orleans, Louisiana and led by Supervisory Special Agent Dwayne Cassius Pride (Scott Bakula) and his Assistant Supervisory Special Agent, Hannah Khoury (Necar Zadegan). The team focuses on crimes that involve personnel in the United States Navy and Marine Corps, and their territory ranges from the Mississippi River to the Texas Panhandle. Working under the supervision of Pride and Khoury are Christopher LaSalle (Lucas Black), a former Jefferson Parish sheriff's deputy recruited by Pride following Hurricane Katrina; Meredith Brody (Zoe McLellan), a transfer from the NCIS Great Lakes field office, who has worked as a Special Agent Afloat and is keen to leave her past behind as she moves to New Orleans; Sonja Percy (Shalita Grant), a former ATF special agent and LaSalle's partner who eventually leaves to join the FBI; Tammy Gregorio (Vanessa Ferlito), an FBI prodigy recruited after a short stint investigating Pride; and notoriously anti-social Quentin Carter (Charles Michael Davis), a fixer with a reputation for working alone. Rounding out the team are JAG Commander Rita Devereaux (Chelsea Field), Pride's long-time girlfriend and a seasoned attorney; Dr. Loretta Wade (CCH Pounder), the coroner for Jefferson Parish; Sebastian Lund (Rob Kerkovich), a forensics specialist who assists Wade and later becomes an NCIS agent; and Patton Plame (Daryl Mitchell), a computer specialist.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main article: List of NCIS: New Orleans characters

  • Scott Bakula as Dwayne "King" Cassius Pride, NCIS Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) / Special Agent in Charge (SAC)
  • Lucas Black as Christopher LaSalle, NCIS Senior Field Agent (seasons 1–6)
  • Zoe McLellan as Meredith Brody, NCIS Special Agent (SA) (seasons 1–2)
  • Rob Kerkovich as Sebastian Lund, forensic scientist / NCIS Forensics Agent
  • CCH Pounder as Loretta Wade, medical examiner
  • Shalita Grant as Sonja Percy, ATF SA / NCIS SA, finally transfer to FBI SA(recurring, season 1; main, seasons 2–4)[1]
  • Daryl "Chill" Mitchell as Patton Plame, also known as Triple P, NCIS Computer Specialist (recurring, season 1; main, seasons 2–7)[1]
  • Vanessa Ferlito as Tammy Gregorio, FBI SA, Washington DC/ NCIS SA (seasons 3–7)
  • Necar Zadegan as Hannah Khoury, NCIS Senior Field Agent / Special Agent in Charge and second in command in NCIS NOLA Office (seasons 5–7)
  • Charles Michael Davis as Quentin Carter, NCIS SA (seasons 6–7)
  • Chelsea Field as Rita Deveraux (recurring, season 3–6; main, season 7)[2]

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of NCIS: New Orleans episodes

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

In September 2013, NCIS: New Orleans was introduced with a two-part backdoor pilot during the eleventh season of NCIS.[3][4][5] The episode title "Crescent City (Part I)" and "Crescent City (Part II)", written by Gary Glasberg, which aired on March 25, 2014, to April 1, 2014,[6] a second spin off from NCIS and set filmed located in New Orleans.[3][4][5]NCIS: New Orleans picked up to series on May 9, 2014,[7][8]NCIS: New Orleans premiered on September 23, 2014, on CBS.[9][10] On October 27, 2014, CBS picked up NCIS: New Orleans for a full season of 23 episodes.[11] On January 12, 2015, NCIS: New Orleans was renewed for a second season,[12] that premiered on September 22, 2015.[13][14]NCIS: New Orleans was renewed for a third season on March 25, 2016,[15] which premiered on September 20, 2016.[16] The third season was the last season produced by the NCIS: New Orleans creator and showrunner Gary Glasberg before he died on September 28, 2016.[17][18]NCIS: New Orleans was renewed for a fourth season on March 23, 2017,[19] which premiered on September 26, 2017.[20]NCIS: New Orleans was renewed for a fifth season on April 18, 2018,[21] which premiered on September 25, 2018.[22]NCIS: New Orleans was renewed for a sixth season on April 22, 2019,[23] which premiered on September 24, 2019.[24] On May 6, 2020, NCIS: New Orleans was renewed for the seventh season,[25][26] which premiered on November 8, 2020.[27][28] On February 17, 2021, it was announced that the seventh season would be the show's last, with the finale airing on May 23, 2021.[29]

Casting[edit]

In February 2014, the pilot was cast with Scott Bakula, CCH Pounder, and Zoe McLellan as Dwayne Pride, Loretta Wade, and Meredith Brody.[30][31][32]Lucas Black as Christopher LaSalle,[33] and Rob Kerkovich joined cast as Sebastian Lund.[34] In June 2015, Deadline Hollywood reported that Daryl Mitchell and Shalita Grant promoted as regulars in season two.[1][13]

In July 2016, Zoe McLellan, who plays Special Agent Meredith Brody, left the series "for creative reasons",[35] and Vanessa Ferlito joined the cast as Special Agent Tammy Gregorio as a series regular.[36][37]

In January 2018, it was announced that Shalita Grant, who plays Special Agent Sonja Percy, would be departing the series near the end of the fourth season.[38] In August 2018, it was announced that Necar Zadegan would join the cast as Special Agent Hannah Khoury as a new series regular for the fifth season.[39]

In November 2019, Lucas Black, who portrayed Agent Christopher LaSalle, would be departing in the sixth episode of the sixth season.[40][41] On February 5, 2020, it was announced that Charles Michael Davis had been cast as Quentin Carter, and would appear as a series regular.[42] On September 29, 2020, it was announced that Chelsea Field portraying attorney Rita Devereaux would be a series regular for the seventh season after recurring for the previous four seasons.[2]

Controversy[edit]

Brad Kern took over the reins of NCIS: New Orleans as showrunner in January 2016. Within a year he had become the focus of two investigations for inappropriate behavior toward women.[43] On May 17, 2018, it was reported that Kern was exiting his role as executive producer and showrunner, but would remain as consulting producer, with Christopher Silber replacing him as showrunner.[44] Kern was placed on suspension in June 2018, when CBS launched a third investigation into claims of harassment. Kern was fired by CBS in October 2018.[45]

Broadcast[edit]

NCIS: New Orleans premiered on CBS in the United States on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, with the twelfth season premiere of NCIS as its lead-in.[9][10] Season two premiered on September 22, 2015.[13][14] Season three premiered on September 20, 2016.[16] Season four premiered on September 26, 2017.[20] Season five premiered on September 25, 2018.[22] Season six premiered on September 24, 2019.[24]NCIS: New Orleans aired simultaneously on Global in Canada.[46][47][48] In Australia, NCIS: New Orleans premiered on Network Ten on October 7, 2014.[49]NCIS: New Orleans was initially sold to Channel 5 in the United Kingdom,[50] where it premiered on February 13, 2015[51] and aired for four seasons, before moving to Fox UK beginning July 20, 2018.[52]NCIS: New Orleans has aired on Prime in New Zealand, on AXN in India and on Fox in Southeast Asia.[53][54] On April 2, 2015, the series began airing on South Africa's M-Net cable TV service and was also broadcast to several other sub-Saharan African nations via DStv.[55]

Syndication[edit]

In December 2017, reruns of NCIS: New Orleans began airing on TNT and FX.[56]

In January 2021, reruns of NCIS: New Orleans began airing on Ion Television.[57]

Reception[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

NCIS: New Orleans has received mixed reviews from critics. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes gives the first season of the show a rating of 65%, based on 26 reviews, with an average rating of 5.4/10. The site's consensus reads, "With a solid cast in a beautiful locale, NCIS: New Orleans makes extending this well-worn franchise look like the Big Easy."[79]Metacritic gives the show a score of 55 out of 100, based on 15 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[80]

In late September 2014, The Wrap's journalist Jason Hughes reviewed the pilot episode of the series, praising the music, the use of the city of New Orleans, and CBS' decision to cast Scott Bakula as "one of the most likable leading men in television, so they're set there."[81]

David Hinckley of the New York Daily News gave a mixed but critical review of the pilot episode, saying there is a "Crescent City flavor here. But in the larger picture, not much on this menu is unfamiliar."[82] Liz Shannon Miller and Ben Travers of Indiewire said that NCIS is like "the obelisk in 2001: A Space Odyssey, it's an awe-inspiring, inescapable presence in the broadcast line-up. NCIS on CBS: It is here. It has always been here. It forever will be."[83]

International criticism[edit]

In April 2019, CBS released the plot of the first part of the show's fifth season's finale, "The River Styx, Part I", which is set to partially take place in the breakaway republic of South Ossetia, a region internationally recognized as part of Georgia but also recognized as independent by Russia, Nauru, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Syria. The show, when describing the region, calls South Ossetia a "war-torn Russian province", which raised concerns from the Georgian government. On April 22, 2019, Georgian President Salome Zourabichvili posted on Twitter.

An upcoming episode of @NCISNewOrleans set to feature #Georgia's 'South Ossetia' as a "Russian province" is troubling. This synopsis mistake is irresponsible and we call on @CBS and the show's writers to respect Georgia's territorial integrity and make the necessary changes.

Neither CBS nor the show's producers have responded to the President's commentary. However, the description of the second part of the finale, "The River Styx, Part II" does not mention Russia, although the episode still takes place in South Ossetia.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Notes[edit]

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‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Series Finale: EPs Talk Sasha’s Fate, Importance Of Ending On A “Joyful” Note & The Upcoming ‘NCIS: Hawai’i’

SPOILER ALERT: The following story contains details from the series finale of NCIS: New Orleans.

On Monday, NCIS: New Orleans came to the end of its seventh and final season, going out on a celebratory note.

The series finale, titled “Laissez les Bon Temps Rouler,” picks up with Pride (Scott Bakula) on the eve of his wedding to Rita (his real-life wife Chelsea Field), as he continues to dig into an attack on his half brother Jimmy (Jason Alan Carvell) and Connor (Drew Scheid), the son he’s only recently come to know.

Initially, it seems like the attack came from one of his mother Sasha’s (Callie Thorne) many enemies. It ultimately comes out, though, that Sasha had the attack staged, so that she could take Connor into Witness Protection, without Pride intervening. While it looks for a moment like Connor is going to skip town with his mother, the episode ends with Sasha in the wind, meaning that Pride will get the chance to watch his son grow up. The cliffhanger in all of this is that Sasha is being tailed, as she leaves town, which suggests that things won’t end well for her.

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Necar Zadegan and Charlies Michael Davis in 'NCIS: New Orleans'

Another major storyline in the finale centers on the romance between Quentin Carter (Charles Michael Davis) and Hannah Khoury (Necar Zadegan). While their relationship seems in jeopardy, after Carter gets an offer to join CNIC Operations’ Far East Field Office in Japan, he chooses in the end to stay in New Orleans, to further explore what they have together.

Later, Pride’s daughter Laurel (Shanley Caswell) reveals that she has set a wedding date, and his mother Mena (Joanna Cassidy) gets to meet her grandson for the first time. The episode ends following the wedding, with Pride and Rita, and their friends and family walking down the streets of The Big Easy, as the Treme Brass Band plays.

The third NCIS series, created by the late Gary Glasberg, also starred Daryl Mitchell, Rob Kerkovich, Vanessa Ferlito, and CCH Pounder—and certainly, the atmosphere on set was not always as joyous as that of the finale. Executive producer and showrunner Brad Kern was fired In 2018 amid reports of hostile work environment, with Christopher Silber stepping in as new showrunner. Less than four months later, EP Adam Targum was also fired.

Below, Silber and executive producer/co-showrunner Jan Nash, who joined the show in 2019, speak to the highlights of their NCIS: New Orleans experience, the way Covid impacted the show’s final two seasons, and the importance of having a “joyful” finale. Additionally, they touched on Sasha’s fate, ideas they would have explored, if the show had continued, and their CBS offshoot, NCIS: Hawai’i, which is close to starting production. In is headlined by the first female lead in the franchise, played by Vanessa Lachey.

DEADLINE: Tell us a bit about your thinking, in crafting your ending the NCIS: New Orleans finale. Did you devise it with confidence that Season 7 would be your last?

CHRISTOPHER SILBER: Well,  listen. Every season, although we always anticipated another season, we’d try to come up with something that would be satisfying, just in case that is the ending. Season 6 was when we came up with the version of the storyline that we ended up doing for the series finale, not necessarily thinking Season 6 would be the last—not knowing, per se. But all of those plans became derailed when Covid hit and they had to end the season early. So, we put that on ice. Then, when Season 7 happened and we were planning to do it again—the story that we never got to do—it just so happened to coincide with becoming an excellent way to wrap the series.

Chelsea Field and Scott Bakula in 'NCIS: New Orleans'

JAN NASH: When we [came up with the finale] last year, we did it in the context of, this seemed like a really fun storyline, in the event—that we thought was a very likely event, and last season it was—that it would give us really good stories in a Season 7. When we ended up cutting down the season, essentially the last four episodes got pushed to this year, and we then looked at them somewhat the same way—though I think that the longer a show goes on, the more possible it not returning seems.

DEADLINE: Did you consider any alternate endings? Were there any storylines you considered taking in a different direction?

SILBER: I think ‘No’ is the short answer. What we had in our minds was, “Okay, let’s say we get the Season 8 we’re hoping for. How do we pick up? Where do we pick up?” So, I guess if we hadn’t known a couple of months ahead of time that this was in fact the series finale, we might have ended it in a way that allowed it to be a little open-ended, so that we knew, “Okay, this is the thread we’re going to pick up in Season 8, and this is how we’re going to push forward.” But once we knew, we knew our job was to make it super satisfying. But also, it was our desire not to make it feel like this is the end for our characters. It was Jan’s idea, in fact, that we’d give this sense that even though the series is ending, your favorite characters on NCIS: New Orleans are going to continue to do what they do, and what they do so well, even if we don’t get to see them doing it.

NASH: It was especially important to us, when we got to the place where we realized this was the series finale, that it be joyful. We had planned on this wedding, and then there were some other things that had been a part of what had been the original end of the season. Then, it became clear that the right way to end the show was with the wedding, and to lean into the joyful spirit of these characters and New Orleans, and really to just make this something that is sad, in so many respects, for the people who’ve made the show, and for the audience of the show, but to try to make it as happy an experience as it could possibly be.

DEADLINE: How much further had you mapped out story for the series? What were you planning for Season 8 and beyond, if you’d gotten the greenlight to continue?

NASH: Well, again, the truth is that if we had continued, if we’d known we were coming back, or even if we had believed there was the opportunity for us to come back, I think we probably would have ended this season on some sort of cliffhanger. There is in the finale the sense that somebody is following Sasha, and if we had in fact gone on to something that had a little bit more of a thriller or whatever aspect to it, then we probably would have started Season 8, if something had happened to Sasha, with what did happen, and who did it, and how do we get justice for this new son of Pride’s?

Drew Scheid and Scott Bakula in 'NCIS: New Orleans'

Where we would have gone from then? Again, we would’ve continued to do what this show does. We would have solved a navy crime every week, and we would have continued to explore the lives of these characters. In the context of this show, that would have probably been some exploration of Pride and Rita, and Khoury and Carter, and Gregorio moving on. So, we would have leaned into those stories as being the thing that we would have pushed forward with—and then every week, we would have solved a navy crime.

SILBER: Also, for Pride, our lead who was constantly through the entire series evolving—certainly as a Special Agent, but [also] as a man—we would’ve gotten into his new relationship with an almost fully grown son and explored that, I think quite deeply.

DEADLINE: Did you have a specific idea in mind of who was tailing Sasha?

SILBER: Well, there were various iterations. There was the Season 6 version of it, versus the Season 7 of it. What we established was that she had made so many enemies, and certainly, if we’d had a Season 8, we would’ve gotten very specific about who actually went after her. But for us, the Sasha character who started in Season 1, it was a question of all the bad choices that she had made. She had pretty much painted herself into a corner; there was nowhere she could turn. She would never be safe, so it could have been any number of people she had double-crossed over the years, and it was almost a metaphor for the bad choices that she’d made.

DEADLINE: Was Connor always going to end up staying with Pride?

NASH: Yeah. When we did this story, that was always a part of it because we did think that there was something interesting in this person who is a caretaker—a caretaker of this team, a caretaker of this city, a caretaker of his family members—to have this somewhat fully formed person that he didn’t get to take care of, to sort of revisit the relationship he’d had with his father, that paternal relationship with his son, and to explore those issues. We thought that was going to be really interesting for Scott Bakula, the actor, and really interesting for us as writers to work through.

DEADLINE: What informed where you ended up landing with Quentin and Hannah?

Scott Bakula and CCH Pounder in 'NCIS: New Orleans'

SILBER: Those two actors had a natural chemistry as their characters, and so we enjoyed leaning into that and starting that relationship. Certainly, I would say that if there had been a Season 8, there would have been ups and downs, ins and outs. It wouldn’t have been so simple and straightforward, but we knew we only had a limited amount of time, and we knew we wanted to end the show with our series regulars in a better place. So, that’s why we liked the idea of having them come to an understanding that this was something that they were interested in doing, and that for all intents and purposes, it’s something that could work beautifully for them.

DEADLINE: What were the highlights of your time making this series?

SILBER: Gosh. You know, I started on this show back in Season 1. I came in midseason from the mothership, and one thing I will definitely hold on to was to be able to watch the show grow and change, and evolve into something special, to see it through from almost the beginning till the very end—and the deep relationship that I personally had with our cast, our crew, our writers, but also the city of New Orleans. To be able to get to know the city beyond what we all know it as—as a postcard, as a tourist destination—and more than that, reflect how unique and special and diverse that city is in our show, both in where we shot and the stories we told about New Orleans, that’s something that is close to my heart.

NASH: I was on the show only for the last two years. Obviously, those two years were fraught, in so many ways, but what I will take away from that experience is how deeply this group of people cared for each other, and cared about each other, as they went through the experience of trying to figure out what we consider to be really good television, in a safe way, in a successful way, and in a loving way. Not to make it too emotional and baroque, but there almost aren’t words to describe what this group of people, from PA to number one on the call sheet, did to make this television show, and to really show their best. And they did. It was really an incredible experience for me.

DEADLINE: I imagine you’re both already in the thick of the action once again, with NCIS: Hawai’i having recently been picked up to series…

SILBER: Yes, we certainly are. We’re full steam ahead. We’ve got a writer’s room. We have a time slot, which is very exciting, and we’re deep in it, as we prep to start shooting.

NASH: All day, every day. [Laughs]

DEADLINE: What are you most excited about, with regard to that show?

SILBER: One part of it—similar to what I took away and learned from working with Jan the last couple of years, in New Orleans—is really getting to know the place that you’re shooting and making it a character in the show. There’s a similarity in that these are tourist destinations where people go, spend a couple of weeks and leave, and not really get to know, and that’s something that we want to do with this show, to really get to show Hawaii—what it is culturally, what the people are like. Certainly, of course, solving navy crime while we do it, and presenting a new chapter in the franchise with a lead female, which was super important to us, and with characters we can go home with and get to know beyond just their crime-solving abilities.

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