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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 / October 18th, 2013   News,Release,Spoilers

WHILE INVESTIGATING THE MURDER OF A TRAIN YARD SECURITY GUARD, THE NCIS: LA TEAM UNCOVERS A LARGER PLOT FOR A TRAIN ATTACK, ON “NCIS: LOS ANGELES,” TUESDAY, NOV. 5

“The Livelong Day” – The NCIS: LA team must notify Homeland Security when a murder investigation exposes a larger threat to a Los Angeles-based train, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, Nov. 5 (9:00-10:01 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

CHEAT TWEET: The team must find the mastermind behind a possible train terrorism attack on #NCISLA 11/5 9/8c


admin / October 18th, 2013   News,Release,Spoilers

THE NCIS: LA TEAM INTERROGATES A 15-YEAR-OLD SUSPECT WHOSE HACKING SKILLS HAVE COMPROMISED TERROIST MISSIONS, ON “NCIS: LOS ANGELES,” TUESDAY, OCT. 29

“Big Brother” – Callen goes undercover at a prestigious high school after a 15-year-old hacker compromises terrorist missions, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, Oct. 29 (9:00-10:01 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

CHEAT TWEET: How will Sam & Callen handle interrogating a 15-year-old high school student w/ teenage angst? #NCISLA 10/29 9/8c


admin / October 16th, 2013   Articles,Interviews,News,Spoilers

As the spinoff of a spinoff hits 100 episodes, the mastermind behind the CBS ratings juggernaut tells THR how he keeps the series fresh.

By the show’s 100th episode, season five’s “Reznikov, N.,” the cast has their roles down. But in the beginning, prep work included “meeting with real NCIS agents and going to shooting ranges,” says O’Donnell (fourth from right). Now “we have amazing on-set technical advisers who keep an eye on us.”

Who would have thought a spinoff of a spinoff would reach 100?

NCIS: Los Angeles, the No. 2 drama behind CBS juggernaut NCIS, has managed that feat. In 2009, NCIS: LA debuted as a two-part episode of NCIS (itself a spin­off of the successful 1995-2005 series JAG), introducing the sunny world of the L.A.-based Office of Special Projects, a division of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service that specializes in undercover ops. Big names Chris O’Donnell and LL Cool J were immediately attracted.

“I became fully aware of just how tough it is to get a show to ‘work,’ having had a few misfires in previous years,” says O’Donnell, 43, who plays Special Agent G. Callen, likely referring to his failed 2005 Fox comedy Head Cases. “Todd [LL Cool J] was in the same boat, and we looked at each other and said, ‘Let’s do everything we can to make this work. We know it’s a crapshoot, but let’s not have any regrets over preparation or focus.’ ”

The focus paid off. NCIS: LA has averaged more than 18 million viewers in the past three seasons, according to live-plus-7 data. “Fortunately, people responded to the chemistry on the show,” O’Donnell says of the ensemble, which includes Linda Hunt. “As Todd says, ‘Teamwork makes the dream work.’ ”

1. KEEP IT RELEVANT

NCIS: LA focuses on military crimes, which means the writing staff keeps up on current events, both domestic and abroad, for story ideas. Sometimes they’re ahead of the game: Early episodes included a chemical technology that Feds sprayed on suspects to identify them — its real-life counterpart has since become classified — as well as a plot centered on terrorist group Al-Shabaab, which in September claimed responsibility for a deadly Kenyan mall attack.

2. GROW THE CHARACTERS

“Characters have to keep moving,” Brennan says, whether it’s through breakups or big revelations. Eric Christian Olsen, who joined as a recurring guest star in season one as Detective Marty Deeks, made a big impression at the end of his three-episode arc — in his “goodbye” scene to Junior Special Agent Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah), he was insouciantly resting on a car hood: “Fans really liked that and began asking, ‘When is he coming back?’ ”

The mystery of G. Callen’s identity remains a compelling question, which Brennan promises is partially answered in episode 100. “It’s Chris O’Donnell’s best work yet.”

3. DO NOT CHEAT LOS ANGELES

Brennan told location managers at series launch that he wanted to film “at every iconic L.A. location” possible. Since 2009, NCIS: LA has featured Venice Beach, the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the legendary Hollywood Bowl. “People in L.A. can identify when locations are fake,” Brennan says.

4. NEVER FORGET YOU’RE THERE TO ENTERTAIN

Probably “40 percent of TV on broadcast is procedurals,” Brennan says, “so you’re competing with others.” How to stand out? “One of the ways NCIS: LA is different,” says Brennan, “is it’s played out in the high stakes arena of national security.” He also relies on character growth and storylines: “I think we’re the best at doing that.”

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admin / October 16th, 2013   Articles,News,Spoilers

Question: Got any scoop on NCIS: LA Deeks/Kensi? —Katie
Ausiello:
It’s time for another round of “Is This Just a Coincidence or Am I Onto Something?” Earlier this week, NCIS: LA EP Shane Brennan told Matt Mitovich that “there’s quite a shocking moment in Episode 10 that throws everything awry, and then for the next eight or so episodes Kensi and Deeks’ relationship is in some serious trouble.” Curiously, it’s also around Episode 10 that the show is introducing a new (possibly recurring) ”physically capable” American female agent, and two Middle Eastern male agents. Now, I ask you: Is this just a coincidence or am I onto something? (Mitovich votes for the latter, theorizing that Kensi will take a very dangerous off-grid assignment in the Middle East that sets up Daniela Ruah’s forthcoming maternity leave.)

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admin / October 16th, 2013   Articles,News,Spoilers

Got any more news about Kensi and Deeks’ relationship on NCIS: Los Angeles? — Brittney
ADAM:
Executive producer Shane Brennan says he plans to stretch that story out for most of the season, noting that the couple will talk around their feelings rather than dealing with them, which could lead to trouble. “It comes to a head, and it has some pretty devastating consequences,” Brennan teases. “There’s a revelation … about Kensi that is quite shocking.” But before you ask, it has nothing to do with Daniela Ruah’s real-life pregnancy. “I will put to rest any suggestion that Kensi is carrying Deeks’ baby,” Brennan says.

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admin / October 15th, 2013   Articles,News,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

Just because Daniela Ruah has a baby on board doesn’t mean her NCIS: LA counterpart will as well. In fact, says exec producer Shane Brennan, if all goes according to plan, viewers won’t even be able to tell that Ruah is carrying around more than just her gun these days.

“We won’t be referencing the fact that Dani is pregnant on the show at all,” he says. “And through the magic of television and with great editing and acting and great story lines, the audience won’t even know she’s pregnant. “

Additionally, he said, his current plans to pack this season with plenty of Kensi and Deeks remains largely unaffected. “Anyone who has followed their relationship is in for a pretty interesting ride,” he says. “There’s going to be a lot revealed about their relationship. It’s going to go beyond the kiss and it’s going to have some pretty amazing ramifications for both of them. And just when you think it might have sorted itself out, late in the season, there is a revelation, about the two of them, I guess — but in particular about Kensi — that will totally rock their relationship.”

The surprise, he says, has been in the works since season 1, “and it’s been sitting there quietly ticking,” he says. “It’s a great arc. Yes, we’ve had to adapt a little because Dani is pregnant, but as a result, it’s become an even more powerful journey for both of them this season.” (Bonus: Check out a sneak peek of episode 100 here.)

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