NCIS: Los Angeles
Apr 06, 2010 09:00 PMTV Network - CBS
If you ask us, the folks over the Los Angeles branch of NCIS have been having it all too easy this season. There's been gunplay and some fisticuffs, but for the most part, they've gotten off pretty easily. This week however sees Hanna forced to go undercover at an MMA gym and the episode will even be featuring MMA fighters like Frank Shamrock, Dan Henderson, Gilbert Melendez, Josh Thomson, KJ Noons, and Cung Lee. We can't wait to see if Hanna goes toe-to-toe with those guys, but we do kind of wish Gina 'Conviction' Carano was going to be there too. She's our favorite.
Sep 29, 2014
On May 13th we were treated to the season finale of "NCIS: Los Angeles." It was called "Deep Trouble" and featured a huge terrorist threat and some agents getting trapped and some really bad stuff going down. Well, just because the show is moving to a new night starting this season, that doesn't mean that they're going to jettison that entire plotline. Oh no, tonight, we'll find out what happens in "Deep Trouble, Pt. II." We would bet that the terrorist attack is averted, but maybe not.
Jan 14, 2014TV Network - CBS
So, Kensi and Granger are there in Afghanistan and join back up with the team because some case somehow relates back to the murder of a federal agent in Los Angeles. Crazy, right? Yup, crazy like a fox. Perhaps the more important thing tonight is the fact that the series returns tonight with new episodes. This is, in fact, the first new episode of the year. And, if that doesn't impress you, let us remind you of the single most important truth herein -- ladies love cool James.
May 07, 2013
Deeks puts himself undercover in order to retrieve information about an infamous arms dealer looking to get back in the business, but the woman he befriends leads them in a dangerous direction; Kensi runs surveillance on Deeks and his female source.
Apr 09, 2013
The NCIS: L.A. team is on the case when a communal water jug lethally poisons a Navy lieutenant and leaves a pilot in a serious life-threatening condition, leaving the team to figure out whether it's an isolated incident or a plotted contamination.
Feb 09, 2013
Nell must put her high IQ to the test when she goes undercover to help NCIS investigate the murder of a Department of Defense researcher; Hetty's ability to competently lead the team is questioned by the new NCIS Assistant Director.
Jan 08, 2013
A former defendant of Deeks becomes the target of a lucrative shipping operation with links to a global terrorist ring; the NCIS: LA team decides to tackle the operation from the inside when Kensi goes undercover in an auto body shop.
Jan 07, 2013
Callen catches a home intruder breaking into his house who happens to be a former KGB operative that leads the NCIS team to a greater case involving a shipment of counterfeit computer chips illegally entering the United States.
Jul 10, 2012
The NCIS team investigates the hijacking of van that is transporting contents that could potentially threaten national security; Callen and Sam celebrate five years as partners, but now must face one of their biggest undercover cases yet.
Jul 09, 2012
A shooting investigation has the NCIS team searching Los Angeles for the dead Marine's younger brother who may be the next target and the one with the answers.
May 17, 2011TV Network - CBS
Tonight's second season finale finds the nice Los Angeles, undercover, black-opsy, cool-beansy, branch of the NCIS tracking down one of their own to find out just why she resigned. In our minds that's always a thorny issue. Imagine you're searching for your missing compatriot, maybe the person resigned because they don't like you personally and you're going after them is going to do nothing so much as to convince you that they need to kill you (NCIS being full of people trained in the lethal arts). Bet you'd feel pretty stupid then for tracking them down.
Dec 14, 2010TV Network - CBS
That's right, you read that abstract right, Jonathan Frakes is going to be on "NCIS: Los Angeles" this week (unless we've made some sort of massive mistake, but he's totally in the listing for the episode, we promise you that). Don't even start with a 'who is Jonathan Frakes' thing. He's Will Riker, Commander (later Captain, maybe even Admiral depending on how the future actually played out), Will Riker of "Star Trek: The Next Generation." It's kind of fitting that he's on a spinoff here as his own series was a spinoff back in the day. Good old Will Riker, we miss him and Picard and the rest of the crew. Maybe they'll all come back eventually. For now though, we'll just watch and remember the good times. He also directs the episode (which is kind of his thing now).
May 25, 2010TV Network - CBS
Before you become too distraught to continue, we'd like to point out one massively important fact - this show has already been renewed for a second season. That's right, while tonight is definitely the last new episode you'll see for several months, there will be more new episodes at some point (we're figuring September). Please, take a deep breath, hold it, and then let it out slowly. G, Sam, Hetty, and/or anyone who lives through the finale will return in the Fall (if they signed on for a second season, of course).