On Sunday night, NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13 returns with a double feature, one of which was written by Eric Christian Olsen and Daniela Ruah.
On NCIS: LA, Olsen plays NCIS Investigator Marty Deeks, and Ruah plays Special Agent Kensi Blye. On the show, the characters are married, and the actors who play them are real-life friends.
NCIS: LA will premiere two new episodes on Sunday, May 1. The second episode is titled Live Free or D1e Standing, and Ruah and Olsen’s involvement goes far beyond simply appearing on camera.
NCIS: LA fans should remember to tune in early on Sunday night, as the first new episode airs at 8/7c, followed by the second new episode at 9/8c. For NCIS fans, it should be a night filled with drama and intrigue.
Details for NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13, Episode 19
The NCIS: LA episode Live Free or D1e Standing was written by Eric Christian Olsen and directed by Daniela Ruah. It’s always cool when the show’s stars help steer some of the new content, and that’s exactly what happened with the latest installment.
The synopsis for NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13, Episode 19 reads, “The NCIS team works with DEA Agent Talia Del Campo (Mercedes Mason) to find a missing whistleblower set to testify against gun manufacturers marketing to drug cartels.”
More NCIS: Los Angeles news and notes
New NCIS: Los Angeles spoilers reveal when Hetty will return to the show. It’s a question that many NCIS: LA fans have been asking since her last appearance in the Season 13 premiere.
We’re also nearing the end of NCIS: Los Angeles Episode 300, which the cast and crew have already finished. It’s incredible that the NCIS spin-off is about to reach a milestone, and the writers have put together a special episode to commemorate the occasion.
Part of the new episode will focus on Sam Hanna’s relationship with his father. To play that role, a new actor joined the NCIS: LA cast, and viewers may recognize him from a few other projects he has worked on over the years.
Fans can catch up on previous NCIS: LA episodes from Season 13 by streaming them on Paramount+ ahead of the big double feature of new NCIS: LA episodes on May 1.
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