The Real Reason Some Fans Hate 'NCIS Los Angeles'
2024/04/02

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NCIS: Los Angeles, a crime action television series, is facing a decline in ratings and mixed reviews from fans. The show, which is a spin-off of NCIS and sister series to NCIS: Miami, follows a group of elite division Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) agents on undercover missions. Despite the success of its predecessors, NCIS: Los Angeles seems to be losing its charm.

Fans have taken to Reddit to express their dissatisfaction with the show. Some believe that the chemistry between stars Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J feels forced and unnatural.

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Others feel that the casting could have been done better to match the caliber of NCIS and NCIS: Miami. Viewers are also confused about the inclusion of certain characters, like a seamstress, who do not contribute to the main storyline.

One fan on Reddit summed up their disappointment, saying, "You can't make anything close to the already perfect cast of NCIS. The humor, the jokes, the stories, how they interact with each other... Only cop shows that make you forget you’re watching a cop show. I can't miss an episode of NCIS, but I can miss an episode of NCIS: Los Angeles."

To make matters worse, the show broke its tradition of a seasonal holiday episode in its thirteenth season.

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Fans were disappointed by the absence of a festive episode and also by the departure of beloved character Special Agent Gibbs. This decision left fans feeling let down and expressed their dissatisfaction on social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter.

In order to regain the support of its fans, the production team behind NCIS: Los Angeles needs to reevaluate the series. They should consider improving the chemistry between the cast, reworking the storylines to build suspense, and bringing back the seasonal holiday episodes. By doing so, they may be able to win back the viewers who have turned against the show and make NCIS: Los Angeles a fan-favorite once again.

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