NCIS: Los Angeles - The First Season is the first NCIS spin-off, which was a spin-off of JAG. The Los Angeles team is part of a division of NCIS called the Office of Special Projects (OSP). Managed by Hetty and overlooked by NCIS Director Leon Vance, they use the most advanced technology to apprehend dangerous criminals that pose a risk to national security, often putting their lives on the line. Guest stars include NCIS cast members Rocky Carroll (NCIS Director Leon Vance), Pauley Perrette (NCIS Forensic Specialist Abby Sciuto), Brian Avers (NCIS Special Agent Mike Renko from NCIS Season 6: "Legend" Part 1 and 2) and David Dayan Fisher (CIA Field Officer Trent Kort). Enter for a Chance To WIN this DVD!
NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 2 will have a two-hour premiere on CBS on September 21, 2010, 9/8c, following the Premiere of NCIS.
It's definitely time for Anthony DiNozzo to "Grow Up" a bit. Michael Weatherly is an excellent actor and it's about time the writers added some depth to his character.
While newer viewers might enjoy "DiNozzo" as comedy relief, most true NCIS fans, and the bulk of the audience, are seeing a talented actor dumbed down and underdeveloped. (Photo: DiNozzo posing for Abby "Requiem")
Eric Christian Olsen got a phone call recently that made him jump for joy. After guest starring on "NCIS: Los Angeles," the hit CBS show decided to make him a series regular. He told ET at CBS' Television Critics Association Party on Wednesday night in LA what it is like on the explosive set.
"It's like shooting a 'Bond' film every week," he said of the guns, bombs, and action sequences. His character Marty Deeks is an undercover LAPD officer who is hired as a liaison for the NCIS unit.
The handsome star faced the macho LL Cool J in the fighting ring. "I was super excited, but also completely terrified. I weigh like 180 pounds and he weighs 245," he said of his on screen opponent. "We had this huge four minute fight scene, all choreographed. We didn't use doubles. It was just him and I. But he's so good and so athletic, that he's careful." (Continued with Video...)
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