NCIS: New Orleans was filming again in St. Charles Parish.
“We have been filming in the greater New Orleans area for six seasons now and will continue filming this season through Spring of 2020,” said Katie Barker, vice president of CBS Entertainment Communications.
Barker provided photos of the show on location in the parish.
Last week, a crew filmed at Homeplace Plantation, also known as Keller Homestead, in Hahnville. The location is a National Historic landmark on Louisiana Highway 18 and considered one of the nation’s finest examples of a French colonial raised cottage.
Barker said they are done filming in the parish, but added, “We pick new locations every episode so you never know when we will be back.”
NCIS: New Orleans has filmed in the parish numerous times over the years.
In April 2019, film crews appeared at the St. Charles Airport filming a Black Hawk helicopter as part of a two-day shoot for the military crime drama for Season 5.
NCIS: New Orleans averages 18.63 million viewers.
The show is a drama about the local field office that investigates criminal cases involving military personnel in The Big Easy, a city known for its music, entertainment, and decadence.
“We pick new locations every episode so you never know when we will be back.” — Katie Barker
Corey Faucheux, director of Economic Development & Tourism in St. Charles Parish, said the productions boost the economy.
“When a movie or television show shoots film on location in St. Charles Parish, it brings additional spending to our local community,” Faucheux said.
NCIS: New Orleans filming in St. Charles Parish
- 2015: NCIS: New Orleans films at Destrehan Plantation.
- April 2019: The TV series films scenes at the St. Charles Airport with a Black Hawk helicopter as part of a two-day shoot for the military crime drama for Season 5.