NCIS: Los Angeles

NCIS: Los AngelesNetwork: CBS
Episodes: Ongoing (hour)
Seasons: Ongoing

TV show dates: September 22, 2009 — present
Series status: Has not been cancelled

Performers include: Chris O’Donnell, LL Cool J, Peter Cambor, Daniela Ruah, Adam Jamal Craig, Linda Hunt, Barrett Foa, Rocky Carroll, and Rob Evors.

TV show description:      
This NCIS spin-off represents a special division of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service, the Office of Special Projects (OSP). The Los Angeles-based team targets dangerous and elusive criminals that pose a threat to the country’s security. They assume false identities and utilize the most advance technology available to go deep undercover and put their lives on the line in the process.

Agent G. Callen (Chris O’Donnell) is the lead agent on the team and his natural talent for doing undercover work is legendary. He can be a bit of a chameleon. His partner is Special Agent Sam Hanna (LL Cool J), an ex-U.S. Navy SEAL who’s seen action in both Afghanistan and Iraq. From this experience, Hanna has a great knowledge of Arabic and makes him an expert on Middle-Eastern culture. He’s also a surveillance expert who uses state-of-the-art monitoring equipment to help feed crucial information to his comrades.

Callen and Hanna are assisted by a top-notch group. Special Agent Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) is the very bright daughter of a slain Marine. She lives for the rush that comes with undercover work. Operational Psychologist Nate Getz (Peter Cambor) is an expert at getting in everybody’s head, to profile the target and monitor agents’ states of mind before, during, and after their missions.

Dominic Vail (Adam Jamal Craig) is the most most recent and very qualified addition to the team but lacks practical experience. Henrietta “Hetty” Lange (Linda Hunt) oversees the backroom support staff who is charged with providing everything from micro-surveillance cameras to cars on demand.

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  1. says

    I love all of the NCIS, NCIS NEW ORLEANS, now it’s time to complete the renewals of all the NCIS LOS ANGELES make it complete I love all three series

  2. Dianne McDonald says

    I love NCIS LA … it is much better than New Orleans… Please don’t take this show off. “Both NCIS and NCIS LA are great shows. Compared to the crappy new content on TV these days these shows are the best. If I miss them I tape them… I don’t want to have to do without these shows.

    • says

      i really agree about ncis la i love that show and all of its reruns.please , please do not ever cancel that show. i think that they got a bad deal when they changed them to Mondays. but it doesn’t matter what day or time it comes on, i will watch or record it. thank you

  3. Jennifer says

    Cool! show and it gives me GREAT! PLEASURE! checking Chris O’Donnell out yeah baby those! eyes and that! body! don’t even get me started! on what I’d LOVE! to do to him and have in my dreams I have and of course I still do LOVE! him and yes! he’s also still SO FREAKNG! HOT! and SO FREAKING! GORGEOUS! give me more Chris he is PERFECT! in every way and from head to toe and front to back oh! BABY! I LOVE! you….

  4. th1 says

    NCIS Los Angeles is great, the story, the plays, everything, it’s one of the best tv shows, i hope it’ll be renewed for more seasons, because it has the capacity to be renewed, if anybody don’t like this show can enjoy the two other NCIS’s. However i think the original NCIS without Ziva David is very bad.

  5. Mr. Mike says

    NCIS is good. It’s realistically located in the Tidewater area of Norfolk and Arlington. NCIS LA sucks badly. LA has never been a Navy town like San Diego or San Fransisco and someone is trying to capitalize on NCIS on the cheap.
    I really hope NCIS NOLA replaces it. The Seabees are there along with a reserve helo squadron.

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  7. says

    So NCIS LA is not a patch on the original. It has everything. A bit of fun, a reasonable story line and at least it is not REALITY TV for wanttobes like the Kardashians!!!

  8. John John says

    NCIS ) Los Angelos is not Naval Criminal Investigation Service. Frankly, I don’t know what the TV show is about. I guess if you referred it to some kind of National Crime Investigation Service might be a ” bit more” relevant.

    The show needs to be taken off the air. There is no plot. The acting is terrible. The worst. There is no comparison between the real NCIS and and the LA stuff.

    John/San Diego

  9. says

    I love NCIS and NCIS Los Angelos I watch both every week faithfully I DVR it if I happen to miss an episode or work later and miss just a few minutes of one.I do not care for The Good Wife though because it follows the life of a corrupt politicians wife.Too much of that going around these days in real life and there is no action, suspense,excitement to follow.Overall i think it is boring.No one cares about a rich corrupt politicians wife.

    • smurffs says

      i love ncis and ncis los angeles .we injoy watching them both especialy like us working abroad and far from ourfamily.theygive us tolook forward at night.i hope the next season well come soon.

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