NCIS Los Angeles was the first spin-off to come out after the success of the original NCIS drama on CBS. The police procedural has had a loyal fanbase for 14 years, but the time has come to say goodbye to the team of beloved agents as the show has been axed. Nevertheless, the cast must look to the future, with some already revealing what they've got in the pipeline.
Over the years, he has become a fan-favourite among viewers who have loved his sweet, funny nature as well as his blossoming romance with Agent Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah).
The colleagues got married in season 10 and started fostering refugee Rosa Reyes (Natalia Del Riego) in season 13, so it's been lovely to see their story develop over the years.
However, it is the beginning of the end as last month, CBS revealed that NCIS Los Angeles would conclude for good after season 14.
The 74-year-old will also work as executive producer alongside Jennie Snyder Urman, Joanna Klein and NCIS LA's Olsen.
Taking to Instagram to share the news, he wrote: "So overwhelmed with excitement to be partnering with these creative superstars.
"Jennie, Joanna, Sierra, Bethany, Kathy, Kat, Anna, Meagen, John, our partners at @cbstvstudios and @cbstv LFG!!!!"
Fans of the 45-year-old's work were equally thrilled to see what he will be working on next.
@Kmacc48 commented: "Can't tell you how proud and excited I am for you in this new venture.
"As sad as I am that NCISLA is finishing, I can't wait for this next stage."
@Johnscottmills agreed: "Congrats buddy. It's going to be great!" and @Tamis.heroes.ncisla added: "OMG this is HUGE. Congrats to everyone at Cloud Nine. I am really proud of you Eric."