NCIS: New Orleans News

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NCIS: New Orleans Details

NCIS: New Orleans is the second spin-off of long-running, highly-rated CBS drama NCIS.

The show is lead by Scott Bakula (Quantum Leap, Star Trek: Enterprise) as NCIS Special Agent Dwayne Pride, who heads up a small team of agents investigating crimes involving the Navy in the Big Easy.

New Orleans is practically a character of its own, infusing almost every scene with its rich culture, diversity, and, perhaps most of all, cuisine.

Agent Pride’s team is rounded out by former police officer and all-round Alabama boy Christopher LaSalle (Lucas Black) and Chicago transfer Meredith Brody (Zoe McLellan), ably assisted by local medical examiner Dr. Loretta Wade (CCH Pounder).

Whatever case they’re facing, Pride and his team are ready to hunt down the bad guys - and enjoy a delicious bowl of homemade jambalaya back at the office! They aren't just a team: they’re a family.

The first season features numerous crossover appearances from characters from the original NCIS. Mark Harmon, Rocky Carroll, David McCallum, and others back up their friends in New Orleans.

They’ll need the help, because Pride’s team will face murder, bio-terrorism, brig break, prostitution, and kidnapping. And that’s just in the first few episodes! Read about the season to learn more about NCIS: New Orleans.

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Number of Episodes
21
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NCIS: New Orleans Quotes

Pride: Take Brody, learn things. What the hell are you waiting for?
LaSalle: Well you did offer breakfast.

Pride: Go grab your coat and hat. We’ll take a walk. We’ll talk.
Parks: I got nothing to say, old friend.