Tonight, “NCIS: Los Angeles” is going to be concluding its seven season on the air with an extremely dramatic finale, one that looks incredibly likely to throw the character of Sam Hanna into the fire thanks to a crisis situation for his son Aiden.
Will there be a cliffhanger? That’s something that we cannot really answer until we get around to the finale airing on CBS tonight. However, what we can at least do for now is offer up some information regarding when the show could, potentially, come back for an eighth season. It has already been renewed, but at the moment there is no exact premiere date. More than likely, it’ll be in September or October.
But what night? While Mondays have served as a decent spot for the show the past two seasons, the network may feel as though that spot is ripe for the taking with “Castle” having an uncertain future and with “Blindspot” falling significantly over the course of the season. Therefore, we would not be shocked if another show comes into this spot in following up “Scorpion” on the schedule, while “NCIS: Los Angeles” gets moved elsewhere. There may be a void on Thursdays with “Elementary” in a new spot, or even Tuesdays if “Limitless” does not return.
Yet, is it possible that CBS could air three shows within the same franchise over the course of a single night? It seems like a lot, but it does feel at least possible in theory.
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