NCIS: Los Angeles Photos: Your First Look at the Series-Ending Wedding!

It appears Callen and Anna will say, “I do” without much ado, in TVLine’s exclusive look at NCIS: Los Angeles‘ series-ending wedding.

The awaited nuptials, which will cap Part 2 of the double-episode series finale (airing on consecutive Sundays, May 14 and May 21), caps “an ongoing story this year in terms of Callen thinking about the wedding and what that means,” as NCIS: LA showrunner R. Scott Gemmill previously told TVLine. Callen, played since Day 1 by Chris O’Donnell, “is somebody, obviously, who’s been the typical lone wolf, so it’s a big thing, trying to settle down and be in one place, and open up his life to somebody.”

Callen and Anna (played since the end of Season 6 by Bar Paly) getting hitched without a hitch also will fulfill NCIS: LA fans’ No. 3 wish for the series finale, which in our poll trailed only Kensi learning she is pregnant and any sort of final encore by original cast member Linda Hunt’s long-MIA Hetty.

Scroll down for your first look at the stunning wedding day, plus additional details on the tw0-part series finale.

In Part 1 of the finale, which is titled “New Beginnings,” the ATF seeks help from NCIS to investigate stolen military-grade weapons and locate a missing agent. Elsewhere, Callen and Anna continue to plan their wedding… Rountree’s sister interviews for medical school… and Sam encourages his father to take part in a drug trial.

One week later, in “New Beginnings, Part 2” — which will air an hour earlier than usual, at 9 pm — the NCIS team continues that case with ATF, while Callen and Anna decide to pull the trigger on an impromptu wedding.

Following Part 2 of the series finale, at 10 pm, there will be a one-hour Entertainment Tonight special titled A Salute to NCIS: Los Angeles. The Kevin Frazier-hosted retrospective will feature footage and interviews with cast members from the past 14 years, plus new interviews, favorite memories and behind-the-scenes moments.

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