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NCIS: New Orleans (2014– )

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Crime, Drama

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A spin-off of NCIS (2003) about the local field office of NCIS that investigates criminal cases involving military personnel in The Big Easy, a city known for its music, entertainment and decadence. This colorful city that harbors a dark side is a magnet for service personnel on leave, and when overindulgence is followed by trouble, Special Agent Dwayne Pride's team is at its best.

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  • Tony Demil in NCIS: New Orleans (2014)
  • Vanessa Ferlito and Rob Kerkovich in NCIS: New Orleans (2014)
  • Scott Bakula and Jason Alan Carvell in NCIS: New Orleans (2014)
  • Scott Bakula in NCIS: New Orleans (2014)
  • Scott Bakula and Jason Alan Carvell in NCIS: New Orleans (2014)
  • Rob Bullock in NCIS: New Orleans (2014)

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12 May 2015 | corry-helmond
| I don't have a clue
To put this review in perspective, you should know I'm Dutch (Netherlands, Europe). English is not my native language. When I read the summary of an episode, it seems okay, maybe even interesting, but when I'm watching it, the NA accent distracts me in an uncomfortable way. To me it doesn't sound like a general "southern" accent, it feels exaggerated, like a foreigner who purposely in an unpleasant manner would characterize how Americans speak.

Especially when Lucas Black speaks, I'm so obsessed with how his mouth moves to perform those noises, that the story line disappears to the background. If there would be subtitles I'd turn off the sound.

Is this done to please the locals? Obviously not. I read the review of "household137" (s)he writes : Quote: "... and it PAINS ME that this series (which I love and watch regularly) is making us look like uneducated loud mouth pigs. Please - come uptown and take a census of LOCALS, have a LOCAL help you with the dialect!! We DO NOT talk like that unless your're from Mississippi. PLEASE! I LOVE my city and would LOVE for the series to continue and for us New Orleanians to sound like the intelligent up and coming tech community that we are! Thank you!"

isn't Harry Connick Jr. from NA? He doesn't seem to have much of an accent. I really like to hear different accents; I find them interesting and I respect everyone, but IMHO in this case it's too much and it undermines the show.

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