The number two-rated drama on television, ‘NCIS: Los Angeles,’ which, for the past five years, has had an incredibly successful run in the 9:00PM spot on Tuesday nights, will now be moving to Mondays.
In a May 14 press release, CBS has announced that ‘L.A.’ will be replaced by the latest ‘NCIS’ spin-off, ‘NCIS: New Orleans,’ and ‘NCIS: L.A.’ will now air on Monday nights at 10:00PM, following one of the newest CBS shows, ‘Scorpion,’ which is set to make its debut in the fall.
The season five finale of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles,’ which aired Tuesday night, left fans in limbo when a submarine was hijacked with agents, G. Callen and Sam Hanna, inside, locked in a room on the sub with ammonium nitrate, which can potentially be used as a component in explosives. Viewers will now have to impatiently wait for September to arrive to finally have answers regarding the fate of their beloved agents.
‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ currently airs Tuesday nights at 9:00PM, and will return for its sixth season with all new episodes this fall in its brand new time slot, Monday nights at 10:00PM, on CBS.