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NCIS: New Orleans – The Sixth Season finds some more soap opera-esque storylines and characters and while this is still my least favorite of the franchise, I do like Scott Bakula even with his cringey Orleans’s accent.



NCIS: New Orleans: The Sixth Season

Genre(s): Action, Crime, Drama
Paramount | NR – 840 min. – $44.99 | August 11, 2020

Date Published: 08/01/2020 | Author: The Movieman

Writer(s): Gary Glasberg (created by)
Cast: Scott Bakula, Lucas Black, Vanessa Ferlito, Rob Kerkovich, Daryl Mitchell, Necar Zadegan, CCH Pounder, Charles Michael Davis

Features: Featurettes
Slip Cover: Yes
Digital Copy: No
Formats Included: DVD
Number of Discs: 5

Audio: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (Dolby Digital 2.0)
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78
Subtitles: English SDH
Region(s): 1



For Special Agent Dwayne Cassius Pride (SCOTT BAKULA) and his team of the Naval Criminal Investigation Service, kidnappers, cults, traffickers and murderers are business as usual. But with the tragic loss of one of their own, these agents suddenly find themselves driven by more than duty; now it’s personal. Will Pride stay loyal to the law, or will vengeance push him over the edge? Experience every stunning surprise, dramatic reveal, and breathtaking cliffhanger in the most suspenseful season of NCIS: New Orleans yet.



This 5-disc set comes contained in a standard clear DVD case. The only features included is Six of One (21:30) and The Demise of Christopher LeSalle (12:32) featurettes.


VIDEO – 4.5/5, AUDIO – 3.5/5

(Both copied from my season 1 review)

Paramount releases NCIS: New Orleans in its original televised anamorphic 1.78 widescreen aspect ratio and the show looks pretty darn good taking advantage of the bright colors of the Crescent City. There’s some minor aliasing but nothing terrible and detail for standard def is decent.

Each episode is accompanied by a Dolby Digital 5.1 track which more than gets the job done offering clear dialogue while the more action-centric scenes as well as the occasional explosion provides some depth, though it’s not entirely robust but for a lossy track, it’s above average.

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