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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 / February 4th, 2011   Articles,News,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

Any scoops on NCIS and NCIS: LA? Will there ever be another cross-over episode? A Hetty and Gibbs scene is what I live for! — Melissa
Nothing planned as of yet, unfortunately. Consolation scoop: We’ll be meeting Ziva’s oh-so-amazing boyfriend Ray soonish — and see the ripples he causes…


admin / February 1st, 2011   Articles,News,Site Update,Spoilers

When last we saw Peter Cambor on NCIS: Los Angeles, his character, operational psychologist Nate Getz, was packing up his office for a secret assignment.

Nate returns in Tuesday’s episode, and while the team reunion may be sweet, don’t expect an abundance of revelations about Nate’s disappearance.

“The mystery still remains as to where exactly he’s gone, but what you need to know is he’s done some special training to improve the skill set he already has,” Cambor tells “You get to see my new skills come to use, and I’ll say it’s not like he went to typing school.”

Indeed, Nate goes undercover at a prison with Sam (LL Cool J) in an effort to take down a renowned terrorist operating behind bars, and things definitely get physical. Cambor says Nate’s new abilities, which he’s learned at the request of Operations Manager Hetty (Linda Hunt), catch all of his former teammates off-guard.

“It’s definitely a surprise for everyone,” Cambor says. “He was probably incapable of even holding a gun for fear of shooting himself and now is in a situation where he’s very much in the front line. Everyone’s a little leery at first, but they’ll see how he does.

“Nate’s capacity before was useful to a point, but now Hetty can really in some way exploit that and make him into a more useful weapon,” he continues. “Whereas my strength was more intellectual before, now she’s building upon that to make me something different.”

Sadly for Nate fans, this return appearance is likely indicative of the role his character will play. “I think he is, as of now, a man of mystery,” Cambor says. “He comes in for this job … and there’s a good chance he’ll come in for something like this later in the season. But we don’t know when and in which capacity.”

And Cambor, who is shooting a comedy pilot for TBS called The Wedding Band, is OK with that.

“[NCIS: Los Angeles] is a show that’s going to be on for a long time and these shows change and ebb and flow,” he says. “These shows are always a morphing thing to keep it fresh. The thing about the Nate disappearance is it keeps people on the edge of their seats. This episode is a nice little piece for everybody dying to see him again. He’s part of the team but the team is always changing.”

NCIS: Los Angeles airs tonight at 9/8c on CBS.


admin / February 1st, 2011   Articles,News,Spoilers

Shane in Sacramento: Is there anything juicy coming up for Kensi (Daniela Ruah) and Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) on NCIS: L.A.?

As a matter of fact there is! An insider tells us that NCIS: L.A. is currently filming an episode that has a major impact on the Kensi-Deeks partnership. Apparently, an unexpected moment causes Kensi to reevaluate what Deeks means to her. Ooh-la-la!


admin / February 1st, 2011   Articles,News,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

CBS’s sophomore hit ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ returns tonight with a new episode that marks the surprise return of operational psychologist Nate Getz to the team. Or does it? The episode (‘Lockup’) finds LL Cool J’s character, Sam, going undercover as a prisoner to track down a terrorist group responsible for several bombings around the world. And when he’s on the inside, who shows up to lend a hand? None other than Nate.

As fans of ‘NCIS: L.A.’ know, Nate left the show after episode 3 this season under mysterious circumstances. Was he really returning to work in the Middle East, or did Hetty send him on a secret mission?

We spoke with actor Peter Cambor about Nate’s return, and he assured us that this is a show that fans need to watch. Will it be the beginning of Nate’s return for good … or is there something else afoot? Read on for more from Peter about his alter-ego and being part of the ‘NCIS’ franchise.

TV Squad: How did Nate’s return come about?
Peter Cambor: The way it was left, (executive producer) Shane Brennan purposely left the door open for Nate to come back. In a show like this, which is likely to be on for a long time, it’s important to have people who stay and people who go away temporarily. They’ve added some great characters, like Eric Christian Olsen as Marty Deeks. That’s something you have to do to keep things fresh. So I always knew it was a possibility that I would return in some capacity. I’ve very excited to be able to come back.

So Nate didn’t really go to the Middle East?
Hetty (Linda Hunt) sent my character into training to hone my skills, not just as a psychologist, but also some other skills that will become obvious in the episode when it airs.

What can you tell us about the episode?
Well, basically, Sam — the character played by LL Cool J — is trying to infiltrate a terrorist ring that is operating from prison with a certain level of impunity. So they decide to go undercover. I’ve been doing this training while I’ve been away and I come in playing the psychologist in the prison, assisting Sam on his undercover work.

Will this lead to Nate rejoining the team?
You’re just going to have to wait and see. A big part of the show and a big part of the way that Shane has been so successful in running ‘NCIS’ and ‘NCIS: L.A.’ is by keeping things very hush hush. Everything is quiet and mysterious. There’s a purpose for that. Characters pop in and pop out.

Do I think this is the last we’ll see of Nate? I don’t think so. That’s the best way I can put it. You’ll have to wait and see exactly how it all plays out because some big stuff happens.

What’s it like being part of a spin-off?
It’s such an interesting animal doing a spinoff in a sense that when we all signed on to do the show, we were all aware that ‘NCIS’ was right on the brink of being the No. 1 show. It was its sixth season. Last year, our first year, ‘NCIS’ became the No. 1 scripted show on TV. It blew up in a certain way and it demands a great deal of loyalty, and they work so hard and they are so awesome. I don’t think any of us wanted to imitate their show. We didn’t want to be versions of their show.

What do the folks at ‘NCIS: L.A.’ think of ‘NCIS’?
We really respect what they’ve done. Mark Harmon is a real captain over there and he’s really led them to that success. It’s a wonderful group of people and with open arms; they welcomed us into the franchise. We really understood that and wanted to represent the ‘NCIS’ brand.

How has ‘NCIS: L.A.’ developed its own identity?
We never wanted to imitate their show, but we wanted to create characters that work like on their show, characters that are quirky and have great chemistry. And it’s not just all serious stuff. It’s about having an eclectic group of people.

In that sense, I think it takes time to get it right. Lucky for us, we had amazing chemistry right off the bat and I think people responded to that. Sometimes to keep things fresh, you have to shake things up.

Like Nate being written out after the third episode this season?
Yes, Nate’s disappearance fell into that category. Adding Eric was a great addition because they needed somebody to be with Kensi (Daniela Ruah). Shane mixes things up and it’s a testament to Shane’s ability to run a show for a long time that he does that. Like Dom (Adam Jamal Craig) getting killed in the first season. That’s another great example of how to do that. You just have to keep people on their toes. It’s like writing a movie that’s eight years long.

What’s it like working with Linda Hunt as Hetty?
She’s so great and she does keep you on your toes in a variety of ways. Linda has gravitas. Spencer Tracy once said that all he tried to do as an actor was not bump into furniture and listen to people. And Linda has this way of really listening to everything that’s going on, and that’s a big part of the character of Hetty. It’s a big part of what makes her such a great actress. She has this innate ability to listen to not just what lines you’re saying, but she’s in the moment and dedicated and intense.

You sit there and realize that she’s a woman of small stature … and enormous size. I have a lot of my scenes with her and those are always such a treat to play because you never know what will come from them. There’s layer upon layer upon layer. She’s just marvelous.

The fans are very psyched about Nate’s return …
It’s great. In a funny way, by leaving the show, I think I got more attention. People stop me all the time and say they miss me on the show and they’re so sweet. I think the way they play up the mysterious circumstances really add to the show’s appeal. It piques people’s interests.

What exactly are we up to? It’s really up in the air. Questions will be answered on the show. There’s a general sense of excitement about Nate’s return. He’s been mentioned a few times. But I’m sworn to secrecy, so I can’t say more.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ airs Tuesdays at 9PM ET on CBS.


admin / December 10th, 2010   Articles,News,Spoilers

Season 8 of NCIS has almost reached its halfway point, but when the CBS procedural returns with new episodes in January, there’s plenty more action in store. At the HRTS Hitmakers Luncheon on December 8, executive producer Shane Brennan took some time out to discuss an Emmy-worthy performance by guest star Bob Newhart, the future of Tiva and whether or not there’s romantic potential on NCIS: Los Angeles.

TV Guide Magazine: What can you tell us about Bob Newhart coming to NCIS?
What I can tell you is that everyone who’s even thinking of voting for Emmys should take a look at this episode. Bob Newhart is astonishing. Mark Harmon was walking around set going, ‘This has got to be an Emmy nomination for this guy.’ It’s a remarkable performance.

TV Guide Magazine: What does he play?
He plays a former colleague who has a very close connection with Ducky and in the course of the episode something is revealed about Bob’s character and about Ducky’s past. It’s a very, very powerful and moving episode.

TV Guide Magazine: And obviously this has to be out of the box for him if you’re talking about an Emmy.
It is, and Bob said that to us. He said, ‘I’ve been working all of these years and I’ve never done a role like this.’ And he was surprised to be doing something new, after such a great career. He’d never done that kind of character, never been asked to dig that deep.

TV Guide Magazine: Why do you think there’s a renewed interest in NCIS in the eighth season?
It’s a number of things. The show was always a solid show and the characters were beautifully drawn from the outset. It’s the best cast working on television, without a doubt. And then in season 4 it went into syndication and brought a whole new audience to the show that hadn’t seen it. As a result of that they came to the show in droves. That was also the point that I took over. I made some changes to the show that I think perhaps reinvigorated it and gave it a bit more depth. So in many respects the show for some people is only in its fourth season. They see it as a new show. And it’s good for another eight.

TV Guide Magazine: People are obsessed with the potential for romance on the show. Is there anything you can say about Tiva developments?
There is a character that we will be introducing later in the season who we’ve discussed and teased and talked about all season, who some people believe could be a threat to any future plans for Tony and Ziva getting together.

TV Guide Magazine: Oh no!
I said, some people see that. I didn’t say that I saw it. They’ll have to watch and see what happens.

TV Guide Magazine: And now people are having that same kind of obsession with NCIS: LA, with Eric Christian Olsen’s and Daniela Ruah’s characters, Deeks and Kensi. Did you intend to give off that spark?
The moment Eric Christian Olsen walked into the audition I said, ‘there’s romance.’ Straight away. He and Daniela are two great looking people, fabulous actors, and Eric has just got so much charm, and he’s so funny. Everyone on the set loves him, he’s been a great addition to the show. Is there chemistry? Yes. Are there sparks? Yes. When will it happen? Keep watching. The Tony-Ziva romance took several seasons to warm up, so I think that’s what’s going to happen with Kensi and Deeks.

TV Guide Magazine: I also heard you’re making Linda Hunt mount a rock climbing wall.
The moment we added the gym, I took her to the wall, pointed to the top, and said, ‘Do you think you’ll be able to do that?’ and she said, ‘Of course!’ And there she is. In fact, you get a double dose. We see her in two different episodes and that wall plays a big moment in both episodes. It’s very, very funny.


admin / November 17th, 2010   Articles,News

“NCIS: Los Angeles” Places First in Adults 18-49

“The Good Wife” Wins Its Time Period in Viewers and Key Demographics for the Seventh Consecutive Broadcast

CBS Tops Tuesday in Viewers and Adults 25-54

NCIS was Tuesday’s #1 program in viewers and adults 25-54 while THE GOOD WIFE won its time period in all key measures for the seventh consecutive broadcast leading CBS to a nightly win in viewers and adults 25-54, according to Nielsen preliminary live plus same day ratings for Nov. 16.

NCIS was first in households (11.7/18), viewers (19.41m) and adults 25-54 (5.4/14) and second in adults 18-49 (3.9/11). NCIS was the night’s #1 program in viewers and adults 25-54.

NCIS: LOS ANGELES was tied for first in adults 18-49 (3.3/09, with ABC) and second in households (9.5/15), viewers (15.75m) and adults 25-54 (4.6/11). Compared to last week, NCIS: LOS ANGELES was even in adults 18-49 and added +130,000 viewers (from 15.62m, +1%).

THE GOOD WIFE was first in households (7.6/13), viewers (11.70m), adults 25-54 (3.4/06) and adults 18-49 (2.2/07) for the seventh straight broadcast. Compared to last week, THE GOOD WIFE was up +3% in adults 25-54 (from 3.3/09) and even in adults 18-49

For the night, CBS was first in households (9.6/16), viewers (15.62m) and adults 25-54 (4.5/11); the Network was second in adults 18-49 (3.1/09).

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