NCIS: Los Angeles

Sunday 8:00 PM on CBS Premiered Sep 22, 2009 Returning October 2, 2016



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AIRED ON 5/2/2016

Season 7 : Episode 24

Show Summary

The Office of Special Projects (OSP) is a clandestine division of NCIS and is located in Los Angeles, California. They go deep undercover to capture criminals that are threatening national security. The team includes G Callen, the chameleon, Sam Hanna, Callen's partner and a surveillance expert; Kensi Blye, the adrenalin junkie; Marty Deeks, LAPD Liaison to assist NCIS with interdepartmental issues; Eric Beal & Nell Jones provide computer support and Henrietta "Hetty" Lange, the Operational Manager, who not only manages the money and material assets, but the team itself. They have access to the latest technological developments and they do whatever is necessary to get the job done. Nate Getz, worked as the Psychologist that helped the team with the mission and their own mental health and Dominic Vail, was the rookie of the team.


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Chris O'Donnell

Chris O'Donnell

NCIS Special Agent G. Callen

Linda Hunt

Linda Hunt

Henrietta 'Hetty' Lange

LL Cool J

LL Cool J

NCIS Special Agent Sam Hanna

Daniela Ruah

Daniela Ruah

NCIS Special Agent Kensi Blye

Eric Christian Olsen

Eric Christian Olsen

LAPD Detective Marty Deeks

Barrett Foa

Barrett Foa

Tech Operator Eric Beale

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Fan Reviews (114)

  • Where there smoke episode

    No fire fighter would ever enter a burning building without their scba masks on yet no one does in this episode.. Get it together writers/ producers.. If your gonna air this kind of stuff get it would mask be dangling from their waste.. Sure there is more that could be picked apart ...
  • Not NAVAL CIS like the original NCIS

    Just another cop show. AND, what's with the neck beard on Callan? That is SO over and SOOOO ugly. Lose it, please! NATHANWINKLER: that's a birthmark in her eye, google it.
  • Ugly turn

    What's going on? This show going down the path of no return (The cancellation repository). Writing is bad, acting is bad, very campy and unprofessional. First couple seasons I would rate a lot higher.

    This is a typical shows sequence every time: Case presented through a death or mystery, initial introduction banter between characters. Back and forth communication in OPS, where everyone takes a turn talking. Next, get people to talk and admit to terrible crime. Finally, RAID!!! with t-shirts and Sam bobbing head up and down. Job done, finished. Maybe throw in some feels here and there to make you cry.moreless
  • Writers have literally lost the plot

    This show has had some excellent seasons over the years but the last two have been abysmal and getting worse. The first ten minutes of every episode is wasted with irrelevant cutesy banter that we have all heard a hundred times. Because there have been so many episodes of shows in this genre, they need a strong plot thread through each season. Everything that can be done, has been done for stand-alone episodes.

    Writing now is either lazy or incompetent and I am at the point of abandoning what used to be one of my favourite shows.moreless
  • A Wasted Mind

    What is CBS thinking? The latest episode of NCIS Los Angeles was way too close to elements of date rape, human sex trafficking, and physical abuse. It was not enjoyable.

    Clean up your act, NCIS LA

    I give a "1' rating because I can't get it to say Zero.

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ruthless killing, undercover cops, city living, failed crime, gunfights