As the 14th season of the CBS show NCIS: Los Angeles draws to a close, fans are left wondering what’s next for the NCIS franchise. While the original series NCIS soldiers on, a new spin-off, NCIS: Hawaii, has also hit the airwaves.
As a seasoned TV writer who has worked on hit shows like JAG and ER, Gemmill knows that when it comes to television, the finale is one of the toughest episodes to write. In fact, he believes it’s even harder than writing a pilot. As the series progresses, the challenge of wrapping up loose ends becomes increasingly daunting.
The highly acclaimed series NCIS: Los Angeles is set to conclude its impressive 14-year run. In the thrilling finale titled “New Beginnings,” an ATF agent disappears and the bureau enlists the NCIS team’s assistance in tracking down the missing agent and delving into a case involving stolen military-grade weapons. In the upcoming episode of “New Beginnings, Part Two, “Callen and Anna are busy planning their wedding. They conclude the case and make a spur-of-the-moment decision to tie the knot. While Rountree’s sister interviews for medical school. Meanwhile, Sam urges his father to participate in a drug trial.