The exploits of the Los Angeles–based Office of Special Projects (OSP), an elite division of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service that specializes in undercover assignments.
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Eric Christian Olsen
Henrietta "Hetty" Lange
Renée Felice Smith
The NCIS team investigates the murder of a journalist who was writing an exposé on a mishandled classified military operation. Also, as their wedding day quickly approaches, Kensi and Deeks work on the last remaining items on their to-do list.
Callen and Sam are trapped in an armed submarine that terrorists have aimed to hit an aircraft carrier in San Diego. Meanwhile, Hetty defies orders and forgoes her trip to Washington, as the team tries to locate and save Callen and Sam and prevent the terrorist attack.
The fourth season of NCIS: Los Angeles premiered on September 25, 2012 on CBS and January 6, 2013 on Sky 1.
The third season of NCIS: Los Angeles premiered on September 20, 2011. The two hours season finale was aired on May 15, 2012 on CBS.
This is a list of episodes for the second season of the police procedural drama NCIS: Los Angeles. The second season of NCIS: Los Angeles premiered on September 21, 2010 in the same time slot as the previous season and the eighth season of NCIS premiered before.
NCIS: Los Angeles is an American television series that premiered on CBS on September 22, 2009. The series is set in Los Angeles, California, and follows the stories of the members of the Office of Special Projects, an undercover division of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. The show and its characters were introduced during the sixth season episodes of NCIS titled "Legend" and "Legend". These episodes served as a backdoor pilot for the series. The series' first season was originally planned to have thirteen episodes. On October 7, 2009, after rating as the most watched new show of the Fall 2009 U.S. television season, CBS ordered a full set of 22 episodes, which was extended to 24 episodes on November 4, 2009. Also, like the original NCIS show, the programme uses black and white images or rather proofs. However, instead of being just a three-second image, various black and white images demonstrating what will happen during the episode are displayed on screen. In the UK and Ireland, where NCIS: Los Angeles is shown, Sky have removed the images, presumably because they might cause seizures in people who have photosensitive epilepsy. This has since been expanded to the first four seasons of the show.