How to Watch ‘NCIS: New Orleans’ Online – Live Stream Season 6 Episodes

By Gabriela Vatu / September 12, 2019

Not always TV franchises are as successful as the NCIS one has been. More specifically, NCIS: New Orleans is going strong and it has already hit the sixth season. This time around we are planning to watch online and we invite you to do the same.

The first time NCIS New Orleans aired was back in 2014, with the first couple of episodes airing in March before getting moved to September. Since the move, they've stuck to the same schedule.

We are quite excited to see what Pride will do in this new season alongside with LaSalle and the rest of the team. Things are getting a little bit even more exciting than they were before, especially as new agents are joining in.

When and Where to Watch NCIS: New Orleans?

The sixth season of NCIS: New Orleans is scheduled to premiere on September 24th, 2019, and it will run after the regular NCIS show and FBI, from 10 PM. As always the series will go live on CBS so we can all enjoy watching it.

How can I Live Stream NCIS New Orleans?

It is easier than ever to watch TV online nowadays because there are so many live TV platforms and streaming services. CBS is also a very popular channel so you can watch it in many ways, through many live TV platforms. The easiest way to do it is to use CBS All Access which is the streaming platform belonging to the TV network. Start your 7-day free trial on CBS All Access now! The service allows you to watch on-demand content from the network and access the live stream.

You have two options to subscribe on CBS All Access - Limited Commercials and Commercial Free. Their names are pretty self-explanatory but the subscription price differs. Limited Commercials will cost $5.99 per month or $59.99 per year. Commercial-Free, on the other hand, costs $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year. CBS All Access works on Apple TV, Android TV, Google Chromecast, Fire TV, Samsung Smart TVs, Roku, IOS and Android smartphones and tablets, PS4, Xbox One and more. (Note: CBS All Access is a platform that only works in the United States. Therefore, if you travel abroad, you're going to have to use a VPN service to bypass the blockade and continue watching. Click here to learn how to do this in a few easy steps.)

Here's how you can create an account and start your 7-day free trial on CBS All Access:

Other Ways to Watch NCIS: New Orleans

Amazon Prime - You can add CBS All Access to your Amazon Prime subscription if you have one already. Otherwise, you can start your 30-day free trial on Amazon Prime.

fuboTV - This one is a great live TV platform that offers a single bundle of channels, including CBS. You can customize your plan by adding channel packs and premium networks. Start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV now!

PlayStation Vue - PlayStation Vue also makes our list because CBS is part of all four bundles - Access, Core, Elite, and Ultra. People can watch content on five different devices on this platform and can record up to 500 programs to the cloud.

How Can I Watch NCIS: New Orleans When I'm Outside of the United States?

When you travel abroad, you'll find that live TV platforms and streaming services are only accessible in the United States. Basically, even if you pay for these services, you'll only get to watch if you're in the US. This happens due to licensing deals and it's pretty normal. CBS All Access and fuboTV are all subject to the same rules. You can fix this issue by using a VPN service to change your IP address so the site thinks you're still in the US. We can recommend you use ExpressVPN, which is one of the best on the market.

Here's everything you need to do to bypass the geoblockade and watch NCIS: New Orleans:

Can I Watch NCIS: New Orleans on the CBS Website?

Unfortunately, the CBS website doesn't have a live stream because they are trying to push people to subscribe to CBS All Access. Usually, TV network websites feature a live stream and you can log in to an account with TV provider credentials. For CBS, your best options to watch the channel live online is to use CBS All Access, fuboTV, or PlayStation Vue. (Note: CBS is a channel that is available in select markets only. If you live in a city where CBS isn't part of the deal, you can use the VPN to connect to a server that's in a city that does have access to this service. Click here to learn how to do this.)

Can I Watch NCIS: New Orleans with a TV Antenna?

Yes, that is something that you can do quite easily because CBS is one of the few channels that continue to broadcast over the air. Use a simple TV antenna to watch CBS and many other channels. Cord-cutters often use these antennas because they are cheap and can help users watch TV for free.

Before you make any purchases, we suggest you visit a site like NoCable which can tell you which channels are available in your location by looking at the zip code you provided. The site will also tell you how far broadcasting stations are so you can figure out what range your device should have to watch as many channels as possible. The device we suggested is pretty great, judging by the reviews, but you can do your own research if you want more options.

Can I Binge-Watch NCIS: New Orleans?

That is definitely an option and you can find all NCIS: New Orleans seasons on CBS All Access. A few episodes are also available on the regular CBS website.

Can I Purchase NCIS: New Orleans?

Yes, you can do that from a range of platforms, including Google PlayYouTubeAmazon PrimeiTunesVudu, and Microsoft Store. Make sure to check all the sites because either of them could have a better deal for you, depending on what episodes and seasons you want to get.

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