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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, 2014   Articles,Interviews,News,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

CBS’ NCIS: Los Angeles resumes Season 5 tonight at 9/8c with the first of two February sweeps outings — the second of which unleashes the typically fearsome Danny Trejo. But does Machete not kill this go-round?

First up, the NCIS team this week trails the murder of two military contractors, while in subplotland Sam sets Callen up on a blind date. But amid and beyond that, there’s other drama to be had, as Kensi’s top-secret op has explosive repercussions for Deeks and the team at large, while Trejo’s aforementioned visit sheds light on no fewer than three characters’ pasts. TVLine recently invited show boss Shane Brennan to talk up what’s to come.

TVLINE | First off, how did the timing of Daniela Ruah having her baby [on Dec. 30] work out? Had you already filmed everything you needed to get her off the canvas for however long you might need her off?
It worked out perfectly. We planned ahead — we were working on eight episodes at the same time! — and she is in every episode. Taking Kensi and Deeks to that moment that everyone’s been waiting for was the key to it. And then, before they had a chance to explain themselves or to discuss what happened, we split them apart and sent her off to Afghanistan….

TVLINE | But they’ve been keeping in touch….
They’re keeping in touch, yes — and Hetty is doing things to keep them in touch…. The story that we’ve come up with in Afghanistan will impact both Kensi and Deeks in a totally unexpected way. It impacts on the rest of the team, as well. We’ve been slowly revealing what her mission is, and when it comes time to complete it, something major happens. Something that shocks everyone and puts Kensi in an enormous amount of jeopardy. And then we have to deal with the consequences of that, at the same time she and Deeks are dealing with the reality of that night they spent together – and I’m not saying anything happened, though it certainly looks that way.

TVLINE | They will have been faced with the worst possible consequence – “If we’re together, what happens when one of us gets sent into the line of fire? And do we want to keep doing that or not?”
We’re going to certainly play with their emotional stability. One of the interesting themes for Deeks and for Kensi to deal with, at the beginning of this season, was the trauma that Deeks went through after being tortured [in the Season 4 finale], how he was going to cope with that. What we do with Kensi when she comes back is put her through that same emotional trauma that Deeks went through. I’m not saying she gets tortured, but….

TVLINE | “Can two people who have each endured great trauma connect?”
Yes, how do they connect? They have a common understanding of something, but at the same time it’s… messy. And I can tell you, when Kensi NCIS Los Angeles Spoilerscomes back, finally — back to L.A. and back to the team — it doesn’t work out the way she thinks its going to work out.

TVLINE | I also understand you’ll be flashing back to Sam and Callen’s first days together, in the Feb. 25 episode.
It’s not a flashback, but more of a “flash story back”…? I don’t think that’s a word. [Laughs] We don’t flash back and see them in that situation, but we discover how they first met. It involved a character called Tuhon, played by Danny Trejo, and an unresolved case. Here we are, six years later, and Tuhon’s back in circulation, back on their radar, and we discover a whole lot more about that character than they ever knew when they first went after him. What we learn is that he has a very close connection to Hetty. So you’ve got Danny Trejo… and Linda Hunt. [Chuckles] And their scenes are fantastic. Danny loves this kind of stuff, because he gets a little… I wouldn’t say “typecast,” but people have an expectation. So it’s great to be able to turn that expectation on its head.

TVLINE | Might this tough, scary, tattooed guy have a soft spot for Hetty?

[Smiles] I think he could well have a soft spot for Hetty…. Hetty has a soft spot for everyone, but she can also just cut ‘em off if she needs to. It’s a great episode with some amazing action sequences in it, and yet at the same time you’re taking this tough, scary guy and showing the other side of him. And for Sam and Callen, it’s much as a surprise for them to see what he’s really like.

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admin / January 24th, 2014   News,Release,Spoilers

WHEN THE NCIS: LA TEAM INVESTIGATES THE MURDER OF TWO FORMER PRIVATE MILITARY CONTRACTORS, THEY DISCOVER THEIR SUSPECT HAS PUT ONE OF THEIR OWN IN GRAVE DANGER, ON “NCIS: LOS ANGELES,” TUESDAY, FEB. 4

“War Cries” – When two private military contractors are murdered, the teams’ investigation leads to a suspect who puts one of their own in serious danger. Meanwhile, Sam sets up Callen on a blind date, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, Feb. 4 (9:00-10:01 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

CHEAT TWEET: Will Sam be successful in getting Callen to go on a date? #NCISLA 2/4 9/8c


admin / January 24th, 2014   Articles,News,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

This NCIS: LA fan needs something good on the Densi front. Anything you can share? –Monica
I have good… and not-so-good. Showrunner Shane Brennan confirmed for me that the timing of Daniela Ruah’s maternity leave “worked out perfectly,” in that the show had already pre-shot enough Kensi scenes to keep her in every episode, without missing a single beat. Thing is, when Kensi eventually returns from her Afghanistan op — during which something “totally unexpected” and calamitous happens, leaving her understandably shell-shocked — being back in Deeks’ orbit “doesn’t work out the way she thinks it’s going to work out.”

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admin / January 12th, 2014   Articles,News,Spoilers

Just wondering why we are only getting to see one NCIS: LA in January. As a fan I am not happy. –Sharon
Does it turn your frown upside-down at all to hear that in trade you’ll get many fresh episodes in February/March…?

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admin / January 5th, 2014   Articles,News

There’s a new little guy on the set of NCIS: Los Angeles!

Daniela Ruah and fiancé David Olsen welcomed their first child, son River Isaac Ruah Olsen, on Monday, Dec. 30, the actress confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.

“He’s healthy and strong, which is all we could ask for,” Ruah, 30, tells PEOPLE. “We are so happy, so thankful and feel so blessed to have brought him into the world.”

Ruah and Olsen met on NCIS: Los Angeles, where she plays Special Agent Kensi Blye. Her fiancé, a former Navy SEAL, acts as a stunt double for his younger brother Eric Christian Olsen on the CBS drama.

The couple had announced the pregnancy in September.

“I’m so thrilled about this new chapter as a parent with David,” she told PEOPLE at the time.

“Its amazing how in love I am with this little person I’ve only seen on a black and white screen. I’m starting my own family and there is no other feeling like it.”

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Congratulations to Daniela and David and We are NCIS: LA Source wish them nothing but the best.


admin / December 20th, 2013   Articles,Casting News,News,Sneak Peek,Spoilers

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?

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