Reminder to self: To see a new NCIS: Los Angeles episode, we must endure all of the holidays. Thank you for reminding us, show.
The NCIS: Los Angeles social media team decided to focus on a calendar as the Christmas countdown approaches single digits. This is due to the fact that the series needs to be promoted. It’s what happens when your show goes on hiatus for the holidays. “So close, yet so far…,” the tweet said. Are you prepared? Because we’re prepared.”
The post also featured a photo of Kensi and Deeks on a stakeout. (Do you remember this NCIS: Los Angeles episode? An anxious Kensi was spying on other couples as they walked into their adoption informational meeting.)
Then there was a reference to the calendar. The next new episode will air on January 2nd.
A new NCIS: Los Angeles episode may be able to cure the holiday blues.
Everyone will be exhausted by the time January 2 arrives, thanks to all of the eating, drinking, traveling, and gift-giving. A new episode of NCIS: Los Angeles could be the answer to the nation’s holiday hangover. In fact, there hasn’t been a new episode of the show since the Sunday before Thanksgiving. Remember how far back you went? That’s when a distraught father kidnapped a bus driver and several passengers, pleading with authorities to find out if his daughter really k1ll3d herself and why. Sam (LL Cool J) and Rountree (Caleb Castille) assisted in the rescue of the father and the hostages. The daughter’s name was cleared by the team.
The next new hour of NCIS: Los Angeles takes an intriguing turn. The episode is directed by Daniela Ruah (Kensi). This is her first of two appearances in Season 13. Lost Soldier Down is the episode for January 2nd. And here’s the CBS synopsis: “NCIS looks into the apparent suicide of a Navy intelligence officer who jumped to his d3ath after taking LSD.” Deeks also plans to redo the backyard without Kensi’s input while she is away.”
During the January 9 episode, agents must locate Kensi.
And there’s more good news about the episode. NCIS: Los Angeles will add another hour on January 9. “A Land of Wolves” is the title of the episode. Here’s the CBS plot synopsis: “The NCIS team scrambles to find Kensi after she is att4ck3d and kidnapped while assisting a group of migrants crossing the border by a mysterious militia group.”
Ruah is a fan favorite, so there will undoubtedly be some nervous moments for the #Densi faction. To think, we all assumed Kensi only had to be concerned about David Kessler. This is the second time this season that a private militia has played a role in the plot of NCIS: Los Angeles.
The episode was directed by Tawnia McKiernan. You’ve probably seen her at work. This is her eighth NCIS: Los Angeles episode. Her most recent release was “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You,” which was released on February 28. That happened during Season 12. Callen ran into Anna in the episode after Hetty sent him a mysterious message. McKiernan has also directed three episodes of NCIS and three episodes of Blue Bloods.
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