CBS has given an early renewal to NCIS: New Orleans, as well as to all the series in the NCIS franchise. NCIS: New Orleans Season 6 is set to premiere in the 2019-20 television season, according to the official announcement. However, it's not hard to predict a specific release date. NCIS: New Orleans Season 5 has shown the excellent statistics during its premiere since it drew 2.15% more viewers, compared to its predecessor. Besides, a reception from the viewers was above praise. Both factors together made the positive decision possible on renewal.
Indeed, NCIS: New Orleans Season 5 premiere may impress. The season premiere has garnered almost nine million viewers (8.968) with a 1.03 key demo among adults (P18-49). These figures look impressive since the current season has surpassed its predecessor. As a result, nothing is surprising in the decision by CBS to pick up the show for another round. In addition, also worth noting that the viewers have been fully satisfied by watching the fifth installment of NCIS: New Orleans, given the statistics presented by Rotten Tomatoes, 4.7/5 and a 100% approval rating from the viewers.
NCIS: New Orleans Season 6 Release Date
If you are the one who watched all the previous seasons of NCIS: New Orleans, it's clear for you that each of them premiered in September. As a result, we tend to believe that CBS isn't going to make a surprise, as for the premiere date for the upcoming season. We thereby are pretty sure that NCIS: New Orleans Season 6 is set to premiere on September 20-25, 2019, according to the current schedule of the series.
Yet we would like to wait for the official announcement from CBS in any case. As soon as the broadcaster announces the exact date for the next season premiere, we will update this page. Stay tuned for updates. We will keep you informed on the subject.
NCIS: New Orleans Summary
The story focuses on Agent Dwayne Pride nicknamed "King," who leads a squad of New Orleans' NCIS field office. The primary goal of his team is to deal with cases which relate to military offenses. King is a local guy and is accustomed thus to keep the things under control. But his hometown serves as an attractive point for servicemen on vacation.