CBS Announced NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11

NCIS: Los Angeles

On April 22, 2019, CBS officially confirmed that NCIS: Los Angeles is coming back for Season 11. No specific release date has been announced so far, yet it's quite clear when the next season was scheduled to premiere. NCIS: Los Angeles proves its place in the CBS lineup thanks to the impressive television ratings, as well as favorable response from critics and viewers. Also worth noting that CBS has picked up all the series in the NCIS franchise for their respective next seasons.

Nothing is surprising in the decision of CBS to renew the show, if we take a look at the statistics of the current season. NCIS: Los Angeles Season 10 premiere has garnered 8.752 million viewers with a 1.07 key demo among adults 18-49. The viewership of the current season premiere is only 2.17% less versus its predecessor. The viewing audience of the show thereby remains steady. Besides, the 10th season has received the universal acclaim among the viewers. According to Rotten Tomatoes, the current season holds a score of 4.6/5 and a 100% approval rating from the viewers.

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 Release Date

If we take a look at the schedule of all the previous seasons, all of them were released in September, excepting Season 9, as well as the intro season, which contained only two episodes. We don't think that CBS is about to change something in their programming slate. As a result, we tend to believe that NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 is set to premiere on September 2019. Of course, this is nothing but our forecast, yet it's based on the true data. Nonetheless, we are looking forward to the official announcement from CBS. Once the network sets the exact release date for the upcoming premiere, we will update this page. Stay tuned for updates. We'll keep you informed.

NCIS: Los Angeles Summary

The story focuses on Special Agent G. Callen, the one who heads a group of undercover operatives. The team consists of the agents who use the most advanced technologies and act covertly to prevent both internal and external threats. G. Callen is capable of transforming himself in any personality, in order to penetrate into the crime structures. His fellow agent Sam Hanna is a former Navy SEAL and surveillance guru, who uses top-notch technologies to track down agents and providing the information.