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NCIS: Los Angeles

Series Summary
Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J star in this second show in the "NCIS" franchise, focusing on the high-stakes world of the Office of Special Projects (OSP) in Los Angeles. Highly trained agents use the most-advanced technologies available and go under cover to apprehend criminals deemed a threat to national security. Special Agent G. Callum can transform himself into whoever he needs to be to infiltrate criminal factions. His partner, former Navy SEAL Sam Hanna, is a surveillance specialist who uses state-of-the-art equipment to monitor field agents and feed them information.

Air Dates: 2009 - Present

Genres: Crime drama, Action, Adventure, Mystery

Network: CBS

  • Season 6, Ep. 24 : Chernoff, K. May 18, 2015

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    Members of the team must assume undercover identities in Moscow in order to locate their suspects; Callen makes a discovery about his father.

  • Season 6, Ep. 23 : Kolcheck, A. May 11, 2015

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    Dead crew members turn up from the missing tanker involved in Arkady's deal with Russia; Arkady's connection to the ship is revealed.

  • Season 6, Ep. 22 : Field of Fire Apr 27, 2015

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    The team looks for an unstable former Marine -- who is an expert sniper -- when his connection to an extremist group is revealed; Kensi is reminded of her past.

  • Season 6, Ep. 21 : Beacon Apr 20, 2015

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    A former acquaintance -- presumed to be a murder victim -- makes a shocking reappearance to ask Callen and Sam for help.

  • Season 6, Ep. 20 : Rage Apr 13, 2015

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    Callen and Sam go back to their undercover identities as a prisoner and a guard to get inside a white supremacist group that might have stolen nuclear material; Kensi poses as Callen's girlfriend; Callen and Hetty's first meeting is revealed.

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fan reviews ( 0 )
  • The nonstop action lulls you into kind of a pleasant daze--as if Cool J were saying to the screen, "Sit back and relax, ma'am, you're in good hands." It's certainly not brain food, but I'll be back for a second helping. show more

  • What NCIS: Los Angeles does well is what all CBS procedurals do well--bring mostly believable, semi-pulse-pounding justice to bad guys by the end of the hour with some action, a dose of humor and the weekly, methodical unpeeling of each character's private onion skin. show more

  • It's an overused premise dressed up with new cars, bright sun, and cool shades. show more

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