NCIS: Los Angeles is a drama about the high-stakes world of the Office of Special Projects, an elite team of undercover law enforcement agents who live in the dangerous world of international crime and terrorism. Starring Chris O’Donnell, LL Cool J, Linda Hunt, and Eric Christian Olsen.
According to CBS, “The NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13 premiere episode will be 90 minutes in length and will again feature a guest-starring role by Joe Mantegna. The show has also been renewed for an additional season of 22 episodes. The series stars Chris O’Donnell, LL COOL J, Daniela Ruah and Barrett Foa.
Last season ended with Hetty saying goodbye before she passed away in her sleep peacefully. The team has been devastated by her death, but they are doing their best to honor her memory during this hard time.
NCIS: Los Angeles is back with the 13th season, and the cast is so good you’ll forget they’re not all in LA. The cast for NCIS: LA season thirteen includes Chris O’Donnell as Agent G. Callen, LL Cool J as Special Agent Sam Hanna, Daniela Ruah as Special Agent Kensi Blye, Eric Christian Olsen as Special Agent Marty Deeks, and Renée Felice Smith as Senior FBI Liaison Officer Nell Jones. They are joined by Pej Vahdat playing CIA Officer Tariq Malik and Barrett Foa playing LAPD Sergeant Marty Bello. Mike Borzello is the new showrunner for season 13 of NCIS: LA.
There is a lot going on in this NCIS: LA season 13 trailer. The criminals are still out there, but for them to be caught, we need to be more vigilant than ever. Dexter Mayfield has just been arrested, and fortunately, he will be joining us in our fight against bad guys in season 13. However, we might need more help than the addition of Dexter will provide.
We will be facing a new enemy who is preparing to unleash terror against the most vulnerable places in America. Worse still, one of our own has been working with him for a long time, and we have only just begun to realize it. We are going to need all the help we can get, and I am not just talking about introducing a new character to our team. I am talking about all of us coming together and working as one.
NCIS: Los Angeles is back with thirteen new episodes that take us through a year in the life of the Office of Special Projects (OSP). This season is a little different in that there are only eight episodes, two of which were premieres.
Previously, NCIS: LA has always been 22 episodes, but this year they decided to split it up and have two premieres spread over two nights. The first episode, titled “Twenty-One,” was shown at 8 pm on September 29th and the second one, “Twenty-Two,” aired on September 30th. We have seen many changes to this show, from additional characters being introduced to new plots and twists. The show is now in its thirteenth season, so it has time and experience to make it a successful one, but did they?
The NCIS: Los Angeles season 13 premiere was a pretty exciting episode that caught fans off guard, especially during the very end. I will say that there are many more surprises throughout this season, and I loved every single one of them!
The addition of two new characters seemed interesting at first but proved to be a distraction. Dayne became part of Hetty’s favorite coffee spot and works with her in the OSP, while Kensi, who was seen helping Deeks during last season’s finale, is now officially part of OSP.