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Shock Amendment | 10 drops NCIS: Los Angeles half way through final season. FBI: International also out with three episodes left of season 1

In a shock amendment for viewers, 10 will pull NCIS: Los Angeles from the line-up, despite the show being a staple on the network for 14 years.

After last night’s major crossover event, the show will be put on the shelf, despite CBS in America (owned by 10’s Paramount) announcing that this current season will be its final season.

Last night’s NCIS: Los Angeles crossover episode was number 10 in the season. Previously 10 had aired 7 episodes of the season, so will go back and air episode 8 on 25 February and episode 9 on 4 March. Then the show will be out of the schedule. Episodes 11 onwards are not in the line-up.

The show is not on a production break and if continued on 11 March, 10 would have at least 4 episodes up their sleeve. If 10 had of continued with the episodes, its entirely possible the final ever episode could have have been fast tracked.

FBI: International had been running season 1 episodes on Saturday nights but they will also stop on 4 March, leaving the final 3 episodes in season 1 to air.

10 have been contacted for comment.

A new amendment will be published if there is further updates on this post.

UPDATE – On 24 February, 10 advised that FBI: International would remain in the schedule on Saturdays but move to 930pm for single episodes.

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