NCIS: New Orleans viewers are wondering about the upcoming season. Yes, it’s only June, but the season finale is over and life is getting boring. If you’re like me, you probably are curious what the talented writers of the show will share next. Obviously, that means it’s time to starting thinking ahead for the new season.
If there was one thing I really hope comes back, it’s the familiar faces of guest stars who have knocked their rolls out of the park. Viewers have been introduced to quite a few interesting people over the last season. Actors like Tom Arnold and Ed Quinn, who offered unique character portrayals and gave a glimpse at the back stories of the individual characters.
Then the musical guests could be another angle the series could focus on. Last season it was a joy to see Sheryl Crow singing her new songs. Plus, other local jazz artists, singers and songwriters were highlighted too. This unique aspect of the show isn’t something seen on every TV series. It’s special to the show. Hopefully in the future, music continues to be highlighted on NCIS: New Orleans.
One more request for NCIS: New Orleans…
Obviously, if we are asking favors from the NCIS: New Orleans team, we might as well ask for everything@ Fans would like to see all the main characters return in the upcoming season too. It’s hard for viewers to understand why a TV character unexpectedly doesn’t return. It’s an emotional twist that becomes a reality check because it’s outside of the fictional story and permanent. It feels like an surprise death in the family. So many questions and nobody to ask what happened.
The upcoming season of NCIS: New Orleans already will have one less criminal on the streets. Obviously, Mayor Hamilton is going to be chilling in a cell block after his corrupt butt is convicted. That in turn leaves an open canvas for the show. The series could focus on character stories, solve new crimes, or offer a new crop of New Orleans criminals.
All in all, I’m just hoping Agent Pride’s bar gets rebuilt in time for the next season. Then maybe Elvis Bertrand (played by Tom Arnold) can slip in to offer him a nice gift and help with an active case. That would be epic!