The season premiere has garnered less than nine million viewers (8.946) with a 1.26 demo rating among adults (18-49). The viewership has increased in the thirteenth episode titled "Các Tù Nhân," which has gained 9.120 million viewers. But also worth noting a significant drop in the fifth episode, which has drawn only 7.5 million viewers. Nonetheless, in general, the figures were better than those of Season 7. Therefore, we expect at least two more seasons of NCIS: Los Angeles in the future on CBS.
As mentioned above, the reaction of the target audience was ambivalent. On Rotten Tomatoes, the ninth season of NCIS: Los Angeles holds a score of 3.7/5 and a 66% approval rating among the viewers. But on Metacritic, the current installment of the show scored only 4.0/10. At the same time, an overall rating of NCIS: Los Angeles on IMDb is still high, 6.7/10 > 41,200 votes.
Summing up, as we have hinted, it seems that NCIS: Los Angeles will be back for more seasons on CBS. At least, before we see less than six million viewers per episode, we doubt that CBS decides to cancel the series. Besides, the NCIS franchise is still ongoing.
What's The Show NCIS: Los Angeles About?Learn more about the police procedural military series if you didn't have a chance to watch it by reading a brief overview below. Or you may scroll down to find out the additional info about the likely release date for a next season.
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.