The Executives of NCIS: New Orleans Reveal What Season 8 Would Have Looked Like If the Show Hadn’t Been Cancelled
The series finale of NCIS: New Orleans aired last night, much to the dismay of viewers. When the show’s cancellation was revealed earlier this year, it shocked the NCIS fanbase. Now, the show’s producers have provided viewers some insight into what would have happened in Season 8 of NCIS: New Orleans if the show hadn’t been cancelled.
What would have happened in Season 8 of ‘NCIS: New Orleans’?
SPOILERS FOR THE FINAL SEASON OF ‘NCIS: NEW ORLEANS’
The series finale of NCIS: New Orleans gave viewers a happy ending. Pride married Rita, and instead of returning his son to his ex-girlfriend Sasha, she ran away and left the boy with Pride. And if the show hadn’t ended, these stuff would have happened.
Executive producer Jan Nash told Entertainment Tonight, “The things that we set up in the finale are exactly the things that we would have continued to build in a season 8.” “We would have looked at Pride’s new marriage as well as his friendship with Connor. We would have looked into how the Hannah-Carter partnership would entail. We would have kept an eye on Sebastian’s newly single status and how it affected his relationship with Gregorio. Is she really alive?
“I believe we would have combined the solving of crimes with the character stories in a way that would have helped us to continue to really make very solid episodes,” Nash added.
Here it is (I’m in a hurry…) To all of you who have been watching NCIS: Los Angeles: First and foremost, thank you for being a part of our lives for the past seven years! It’s been a fantastic trip, with many ups and downs, but it’s been well worth it! https://tcTc902kPd/tcTc902kPd/tcTc902kPd/tcTc902kPd
May 23, 2021 — Scott Bakula (@ScottBakula)
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Nash continued, “The team is proud of the way that… This is a condensed version of the plot. I hope you found it entertaining.