Apr 7

NCIS Los Angeles 5×21 Three Hearts – Press Release + HQ Promotional Photos

THE TEAM TAKES AN UNDERCOVER NCIS AGENT INTO CUSTODY ON SUSPICION THAT HE IS ACTUALLY WORKING FOR THE SMUGGLER HE’S SUPPOSEDLY INVESTIGATING, ON “NCIS: LOS ANGELES,” TUESDAY, APRIL 15

Daniel Henney Guest Stars as Paul Angelo, the Undercover NCIS Agent

 “Three Hearts” – When an undercover NCIS agent is suspected of working for the smuggler he’s supposed to be investigating, the team takes him into custody to find his true intentions. Meanwhile, Kensi and Deeks discuss their personal relationship as Kensi returns to the field, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, April 15 (9:00-10:01 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Daniel Henney guest stars as Paul Angelo, the undercover NCIS agent.

CHEAT TWEET: .@danielhenney guest stars as the undercover NCIS agent that is taken into custody by the #NCISLA team!  #CBS 4/15 9/8c

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Apr 7

NCIS 11×21 Alleged – Press Release + HQ Promotional Photos

THE NCIS TEAM MUST DETERMINE IF THE MURDER OF A NAVY OFFICER IS LINKED TO A RANDOM BAR FIGHT OR HIS KNOWLEDGE OF AN ATTACK ON A FELLOW FEMALE OFFICER, ON “NCIS,” TUESDAY, APRIL 15

“Alleged” – After a Navy officer is found dead on a rural road, the NCIS team must ascertain if the murder was the result of a bar fight or because he knew too much about an attack on a fellow female officer. Meanwhile, DiNozzo and McGee start a juice cleanse to purge their bodies of impurities, on NCIS, Tuesday, April 15 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

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Feb 19

R.I.P. ‘The Waltons’ Patriarch Ralph Waite

The man who played the patriarch on CBS’ long-running series The Waltons has died. Ralph Waite was 85. He also had been recurring since 2008 as Papa Gibbs, the father of Mark Harmon’s character, on NCIS. “Everyone at NCIS is deeply saddened by the passing of our friend and colleague Ralph Waite,” the show’s cast and crew said in a statement sent out by CBS tonight. “Ralph was family to us, a tremendous talent and a very special man. We truly cherish the time we had with him. Our hearts and prayers go out to his loved ones.” He also recurred on Bones as the grandfather of David Boreanaz’s character, played Father Matt in nearly 100 episodes of Days Of Our Lives and appeared in Grey’s Anatomy, CSI, Cold Case and The Practice.

But Waite was best known as “Daddy” on The Waltons. He starred for nine seasons on the Depression-era drama as John Walton Sr., who eked out a living at the family lumber mill on Walton’s Mountain. He scored an Emmy nom for the role in 1978 and also directed more than a dozen episodes of the hourlong series, which ran from 1972-81 and was followed by a series of telefilms.

Waite’s acting credits date to the mid-1960s. He appeared on TV series including Bonanza and N.Y.P.D. and later as slave ship mate Slater in the landmark miniseries Roots, a key supporting role that earned Waite his first Emmy nom. He also worked on the big screen, including roles in films ranging from Cool Hand Luke and Five Easy Pieces to The Bodyguard and Cliffhanger. The White Plains, NY, native also starred in the mid-’80s CBS drama The Mississippi and did arcs on Steven Bochco’s Murder One and HBO’s Carnivale. Waite unsuccessfully ran for Congress in 1990, vying for the seat from California’s 37th District, which includes Mid-City and West Los Angeles.

Source: Deadline

Feb 1

Matt’s Inside Line: Scoop on NCIS

What is going on with NCIS‘ Jimmy Palmer? It seems that the show has toned down his involvement this season. –Sherry
Show boss Gary Glasberg reminds, “We’ve had this [storyline] runner that we started, about his personal life and his wanting to adopt. That’ll continue through the season,” ultimately leading to “an emotional bit of closure.”

I’m curious, will we see Tony’s apartment again soon on NCIS? –Cheryl
As a matter of fact, yes – in Episode 17, Glasberg says.

Source: TV Line

Jan 31

NCIS 11×15 Bulletproof – Press Release

THE NCIS TEAM RACES TO LOCATE DEFECTIVE BULLETPROOF VESTS BEING SENT OVERSEAS TO ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY, ON “NCIS,” TUESDAY, FEB. 18

“Bulletproof” – After uncovering faulty bulletproof vests in a truck filled with stolen U.S.M.C. merchandise, the NCIS team attempts to locate both the source and any vests that had been shipped to military personnel overseas, on NCIS, Tuesday, Feb. 18 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

CHEAT TWEET: #NCIS races to keep the military safe when faulty bulletproof vests are discovered in stolen merchandise 2/18 8/7c

Jan 31

NCIS 11×14 Monsters and Men – Press Release, Promotional Photos, Promo

BISHOP REVEALS HER PAST CONNECTION TO PARSA AS THE TEAM CONTINUES THEIR RELENTLESS HUNT FOR THE ELUSIVE TERRORIST, ON “NCIS,” TUESDAY, FEB. 4

“Monsters and Men” – The murder of a port authority officer reveals Parsa’s possible whereabouts, as the team continues their tireless hunt.  Meanwhile, Bishop reveals her past association with the elusive terrorist, on NCIS, Tuesday, Feb. 4 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

CHEAT TWEET: Find out how Bishop knows so much about Parsa and what his next move will be #NCIS 2/4 8/7c http://bit.ly/KQ88A1 

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Jan 31

Matt’s Inside Line: Scoop on NCIS and NCISLA

With the new team dynamic on NCIS, Tony really looks overqualified for his job. He’s been there forever. As part of his promised “growth” are we going to see him get a promotion? –Sandra
OK, so I brought to showrunner Gary Glasberg everyone’s concern about Tony’s “growth,” especially as Ziva’s exit grows farther and farther away. He avowed, “It’s really important to all of us — it’s important to me, it’s important to Michael Weatherly — that the character of Tony DiNozzo continues to grow.” But outgrowing Gibbs’ team likely will never be a part of that. “That’s something that we at one point or another talk about…. But at the end of the day, as I have learned from real agents that I’ve spoken to, once you find a team that you feel comfortable with, that’s just where you stay,” Glasberg explained. “You become a part of the family, and that’s just what it is.”

This NCIS: LA fan needs something good on the Densi front. Anything you can share? –Monica
I have good… and not-so-good. Showrunner Shane Brennan confirmed for me that the timing of Daniela Ruah’s maternity leave “worked out perfectly,” in that the show had already pre-shot enough Kensi scenes to keep her in every episode, without missing a single beat. Thing is, when Kensi eventually returns from her Afghanistan op — during which something “totally unexpected” and calamitous happens, leaving her understandably shell-shocked — being back in Deeks’ orbit “doesn’t work out the way she thinks it’s going to work out.”

Source: TV Line

Jan 31

Mega Buzz: Delilah and McGee Scoop on NCIS

NCIS scoop, please! I can’t believe Delilah is paralyzed! —Charlie
I know, right? Naturally, Delilah’s recovery will strain her relationship with McGee, but executive producer Gary Glasberg promises that they won’t break up. “It’s going to be a bumpy road for them, but I think you’ll see how it brings them closer together,” he says.

Source: TV Guide