NELL AND ERIC ARE SENT UNDERCOVER INSIDE A COUPLE’S RETREAT AFTER THE U.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT IS HACKED AND THE CRIME IS LINKED TO A LOCAL TECH SAVVY HUSBAND AND WIFE, ON “NCIS: LOS ANGELES,” SUNDAY, MARCH 19
Scott Grimes Guest Stars as Digital Forensics Specialist Dave Flynn, and Bar Paly Returns as Anna Kolcheck
“Getaway” – After the U.S. Treasury Department is hacked, Nell and Eric go undercover inside a couple’s retreat to track a tech-savvy husband and wife linked to the crime. Also, Digital Forensics Specialist Dave Flynn (Scott Grimes) arrives from the NCIS cyber office in San Diego to run ops while Eric and Nell are on assignment, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, March 19 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Bar Paly Returns as Anna Kolcheck.
CHEAT TWEET: Nell & Eric are undercover at a #couplesretreat + @ScottGrimes & @BarPaly Guest Star @NCISLA 3/19 8 PM #CBS
Onetime Jericho resident Alicia Coppola is heading back to NCIS: Los Angeles, to reprise her role as FBI Agent Lisa Rand, TVLine has learned exclusively.
Coppola first played Rand in the Season 2 episode “Little Angels,” in which the teenage daughter of a U.S. Navy Commander was kidnapped by what appeared to be a serial killer.
Her encore on the CBS drama will air sometime this spring.
Coppola’s other previous TV credits include NCIS and its sire JAG (as Lt. Cmdr. Faith Coleman), as well as American Dreams, The Nine Lives of Chloe King, Common Law and, most recently, episodes of Criminal Minds and Sons of Anarchy.
NCIS: Los Angeles resumes its sixth season on Monday at 10/9c.
Question: OK, so, I’m in desperate need of NCIS: LA scoop. —Leah
Ausiello: The show’s Christmas episode — titled “Humbug” — will introduce us to Sam’s teenage son Isaac. Described as all-American and physically fit (chip off the old block!), Isaac is home for the holidays (on break from the military school he’s attending). Casting is underway!
NCIS: Los Angeles’ Hetty is going to lend the Scorpion guys a hand later this month, and EW has the exclusive first look.
Walter O’Brien (Elyes Gabel) and his team will enlist Linda Hunt’s NCIS: LA character when a lead on an upcoming case tracking down a priceless painting takes them to a Halloween party and they need her expertise to go undercover and infiltrate the event. The crossover episode of Scorpion is slated to air in late October around the spooky holiday.
Scorpion airs Mondays at 9 p.m., followed by NCIS: LA at 10 p.m. on CBS.
How long will Talia be sticking around on NCIS: LA? — Mary
Sorry, Densi ‘shippers: It doesn’t like Talia (Mercedes Masohn) is going anywhere soon. “We love this character,” executive producer Shane Brennan says. “Without a doubt we’ll be bringing her back.” But don’t expect Talia and Kensi to become BFFs anytime soon. “Let’s just say things become heated between [Talia] and Kensi when Talia gives her some unasked-for advice,” Brennan teases. “Her impact is both emotional and physical.” Can you say catfight?
Former NUMB3RS star Dylan Bruno is heading to NCIS: Los Angeles, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
On the episode “War Cries,” Bruno will play Robert Brown, a former Army intelligence officer who also worked for a private contractor in Afghanistan. Described as athletic, together and unsuspecting, Brown appears to be genuinely afraid for his life as he’s on the run from powerful people who want to stop him from testifying about war crimes he witnessed.
The episode is scheduled to air in February. Bruno also previously guest-starred on NCIS as disgraced former Army ranger Jason Paul Dean.
Are you looking forward to seeing Bruno on NCIS: LA?