NCIS: Los Angeles Comes To An End After 14 Long Seasons

NCIS: Los Angeles

NCIS: Los Angeles has come to an end. After 14 long seasons, the last episode has been released.

The second of a two-part conclusion, which aired on Sunday, gave hope for the future of Callen (played by Chris O’Donnell) and Sam (played by LL Cool J). Since the 2009 premiere of the pilot episode, the two have portrayed special agents on NCIS: Los Angeles. In the episode “New Beginnings, Part Two,” Callen and Anna (played by Bar Paly) exchanged vows at the municipal hall. When a letter for Callen offering him her Mykonos apartment for a honeymoon arrived, Linda Hunt’s Hetty received a mention. She gave them two tickets back and asked Callen and Sam to help her with something in Morocco. 

NCIS: Los Angeles Ends On A Happy Note

Callen and Sam met up with Nate (Peter Cambor), Sabatino (Erik Palladino), and Nell Jones (Renée Felice Smith) while they were there.

The announcement that NCIS: Los Angeles’ Kensi (played by Daniela Ruah) and Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) were finally expecting a child also welcomed the news.

In reality, the last case, in which the team aids a deep-cover ATF agent in dismantling an arms ring, “was secondary compared to what we were hoping to do,” according to showrunner R. Scott Gemmill, who also wanted to put the characters fans watched for 14 seasons and 323 eps in a favorable position as the series ended. Thus, Callen and Anna choose a simple courthouse ceremony instead of their stressed plans for a large wedding. Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) and Kensi (Daniela Ruah) learn they are expecting a child, Rountree (Caleb Castille) receives a significant settlement in his lawsuit involving the LAPD, & Sam (LL Cool J) learns positive news regarding a medical trial for his father (Richard Gant).