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10×1 - "To Live and Die in Mexico” - Gravely injured and unable to communicate with the team in the U.S., Callen, Sam and Kensi, with an unconscious Deeks in tow, search for a safe way home as a cartel boss places a “dead or alive” bounty on their heads. Also, Mosely and retired Navy Admiral Hollace Kilbride (Gerald McRaney) beseech their contacts in Mexico and D.C. for assistance with their missing colleagues, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday (9:30-10:30, ET/PT) on CBS.
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admin / September 22nd, 2011   Articles,News,Site Update,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

I love Callen, but please tell me NCIS: Los Angeles isn’t going to focus on him all year. — Alan
Fear not! I’m hearing that November sweeps will actually be Sam-focused. “There’s a really revealing episode about what Sam Hanna will do, and how far he will go,” executive producer Shane Brennan tells us. “That episode kind of lights the fuse for his character.” You think it has anything to do with a highly trained CIA operative from Sam’s past who’s joining the cast?


admin / September 20th, 2011   Articles,Gallery,Media,News,Site Update,Sneak Peek

The wait is almost over for fans of NCIS: Los Angeles, and one question looms heaviest as we jump into season 3—are we finally going to find out what happened to Hetty??

The season 2 finale undoubtedly left viewers with more questions than answers, but as Christina McLarty came to discover on the top-secret set, not many are savvy to the hush-hush happenings of Operation Comescu.

“It’s very secretive,” explains Chris O’Donnell, who says he honestly couldn’t give a straight answer to our probing questions. “They give us one page at a time.”
With an ominous air, LL Cool J reveals “nobody’s safe” in the upcoming episodes. “Its scary but we gotta wait and see.”

Watch the video for your taste of things to come tonight!

Don’t miss the return of NCIS: Los Angeles, following the action-packed return of NCIS, only on CBS.


admin / September 20th, 2011   Articles,Interviews,News,Site Update,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

In a nutshell, NCIS: Los Angeles executive producer Shane Brennan says that it is time for the CBS procedural to “cut loose” with its third season (premiering this Tuesday at 9/8c). Kicking off the new cycle is the continuation – played out in real time, à la 24 — of the Hetty/Romania/Callen mystery that closed out the sophomore run on an intrigue-filled note. Brennan gave TVLine a look at the big reveals to come out of that cliffhanger, shared Academy Award-slash-Teen Choice winner Linda Hunt’s giddy reaction to it all, and teased a “gut-wrenching” backstory for one of the other team members.

TVLINE | First things first: How much time has lapsed since the events of the season finale?

I think it’s about three minute after we left off, and it’s a real-time episode. The story unfolds over 43 minutes, so it has got a narrative drive that will… well, you really need to go to the bathroom before you watch this show. I mean, it just pumps. We cocked the gun, so to speak.

TVLINE | The finale and all its zigs and zags about Hetty and Callen left us wondering what was real.

That’s the great fun about L.A. Because they’re undercover and they make things up, you get great latitude to play around with some of that stuff.

TVLINE | Someone gets shot in the premiere….
Someone gets shot – [a character played by] one of our regular cast members – and the ramifications from that resonate for four episodes. No one’s going to be disappointed with the opening episode, and no one’s going to be disappointed with what we reveal in the first four.

TVLINE | The question raised abut Callen’s identity – is that something that will be resolved in those four episodes, or are we running a half-season with it?

You are going to go further in first four episodes than you’ve gone in two seasons. There’s going to be some pretty amazing revelations about Callen, but that doesn’t mean the story ends there. It’s a very rich tapestry. He’s turning into this very enigmatic, fascinating character determined to find out who he is, where he came from, what he is… and we learn the answer to one of those questions in the first four episodes.

TVLINE | Is there any one hint from the finale you can confirm right now as being true? Like, is it safe to say Hetty does have ties to Callen’s childhood?
[Long pause] That is definitely true. And I think the other thing I’ll very confidently say is that what Callen remembered on the beach is what happened. When he drops to his knees, he is blown over by what is remembered. And as he tells Sam what he remembered, just when you think, “Wow,” he says, “Annnnd then this!’ There’s a lot more to come.

TVLINE | One of our readers wanted me to ask: Why did Hetty have to resign? Was it just for show?

What we discover is that Hetty drew a line in the sand, and she decided that she needed to do this. So her actions in resigning and going to Romania were probably the most important decisions she’s ever made. It’s very, very real to her.

TVLINE | Is Vance on board with this? To a degree?
Is anyone ever on board with anything Hetty says? Let’s say that Hetty told him some of the story. But what she does by resigning, and going to Romania, opens the door to reveal as much about her as she does about Callen.

TVLINE | Linda Hunt must be over the moon. You’ve turned her into perhaps the most badass NCIS agent.

She’s one of the most badass people on TV. There’s a scene between her and another actor – I’m not go to say who it is, because it will give too much away – that is positively cinematic, and people who have seen it are just blown away by the power of these two actors together. When we were shooting it, I took a sheet of paper to Linda that said “Confidential: Hetty Lang Backstory.” She read it and she couldn’t stop giggling. She was like, “Oh my god!” I gave her the answers to a lot of questions, and then I said, “Read it and burn it,” it reveals so much. The good thing about that sheet of paper is that by the end of Episode 4, you know a lot of it.

TVLINE | You told you me wanted to dip into Kensi’s backstory this season. How soon do you get into that?
My expectation is that probably in the second half of the season we’ll explore that. It’s gut-wrenching. It really is quite confronting for the character and for everyone who loves her – the audience and the other characters in the show.

TVLINE | If she confides in Deeks along the way, it could help along that “thing” between them that she talks about.
In Seasons 1 and 2, we’ve been in first gear. In Season 3, we put the foot down and cut loose. It’s going to be a great season.

TVLINE | Is there anything else to tease about the new episodes?
One of the interesting things we do is that in one of the early episodes, all of the partners get switched around — circumstances dictate it — and they’re not happy. I saw last season as the season of partners, where you paired people up; in this episode, they’re like, “Really? I’m with him?” And that will be a lot of fun.


admin / September 9th, 2011   Articles,Cast News,News,Site Update,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

NCIS: LA‘s Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) will soon be kicking ass a little west of Los Angeles when she heads to Hawaii Five-0 in an upcoming episode of the show’s second season. But what takes her all the way to the sandy shores of Hawaii? In real life, it didn’t take much, NCIS: LA executive producer Shane Brennan tells EW.

“Interestingly, Daniela has never been to Hawaii, so it took no convincing,” he jokes. He declined to give too many details of the case that finds Kensi working with the team on Five-0. But he did share this: “It’s an appearance on that show that’s important and has impact.” And while Kensi’s business trip to Hawaii is “not a big appearance,” Brennan added that NCIS: LA fans will want to tune in because there will be some references to it in the future.

And fans waiting for a little more inter-franchise crossover action will be happy to hear that even though there are “no current plans” for another NCIS crossover, Brennan is open to it. “There are possibilities,” he says. “The Hawaii Five-0 opportunity popped up and we said, ‘That’s great; let’s do it.’ Those things happen without a lot of planning. It’s not anything you plan and set before. It’s something that pops up in the writing…It has to be organic or else it feels bolted on. It has to be a natural extension of the story that’s going on. For Hawaii Five-0, that’s exactly what it is.”

But he does admit to having one reservation about lending a member of his team. “I’m a bit concerned they might not give her back,” he says with a laugh.


admin / September 8th, 2011   Articles,Interviews,News,Site Update,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

Daniela Ruah’s recently-announced crossover to Hawaii Five-0 did not take much convincing.

NCIS: Los Angeles creator Shane Brennan says it was an easy decision for the actress, and for himself, to loan special agent Kensi Blye to a case that finds her working closely with the team on Five-0.

“The opportunity popped up and we said, ‘That’s great; let’s do it.’ Those things happen without a lot of planning,” he said, adding that Ruah had never been to Hawaii and therefore jumped at the chance.

“It’s something that pops up in the writing … It has to be organic or else it just feels bolted on. It has to be a natural extension of the story that’s going on. For Hawaii Five-0, that’s exactly what it is.”

Brennan didn’t offer too many details, but said “It’s an appearance on that show that’s important and has impact,” and that NCIS: LA fans will want to tune in because there will be references to it in the future.

No plans exist for another NCIS crossover, meanwhile, but “there are always possibilities.”


admin / September 2nd, 2011   Articles,News,Site Update,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

I hope y’all sincerely enjoyed the exclusive NCIS: LA promo I brought you on Monday. That looks like a doozy, huh? The sight of Hetty (Linda Hunt) slumping over after (presumably?) being shot was pretty wrenching. And I’m not sure I’ll be able to keep my wits during the premiere when Callen (Chris O’Donnell) finds out, especially if the team’s reaction is as powerful as EP Shane Brennan teased. “This is big time,” he tells me. “The actual scene itself is very powerful. I will say not all the team is there to react to this. I won’t say any more than that. But the whole episode plays out in real time. There’s a pace to the episode that’s unrelenting. The clock is ticking down very quickly in this episode.”

And it ticks even fast after the first episode, he adds. Like, four months fast, jumping all the way to September. “The first episode plays out in real time. In the second, we’re back on the clock, so to speak, and we look at what has happened in those four months and the aftermath.”
So what “aftermath”-causing event happens at the end of the premiere? Of course he wouldn’t say! But as I ponder, the following warning Brennan echoes in my head: “We [often] lure the audience in to a false sense of security, and then smack them on the side of the head.”


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