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NCIS: Los Angeles
NCIS- Los Angeles - Logo.svg
Created by Shane Brennan
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 7
No. of episodes 153 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Shane Brennan[1]
Running time 42–44 minutes
Production company(s) Shane Brennan Productions
CBS Television Studios
Distributor CBS Television Distribution
Original network CBS
Picture format HDTV 1080i
Original release September 22, 2009 (2009-09-22) – present
Related shows
External links
Official website

NCIS: Los Angeles is an American television series combining elements of the military drama and police procedural genres, which premiered on the CBS network on September 22, 2009.[2] The series follows 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.

NCIS: Los Angeles is the first spin-off of the successful series NCIS.[3][4][5][6][7] On October 7, 2009, CBS gave the series a full-season pickup, extending the first season to 22 episodes.[8][9][10] The season was extended again on November 4, 2009, when CBS announced its order for an additional two episodes.[11]

On May 11, 2015, CBS renewed the series for a seventh season.[12] The seventh season premiered on September 21, 2015.[13]


The series follows 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.

Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Actor Character Seasons
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Chris O'Donnell G. Callen Main
Peter Cambor Nate Getz Main Recurring N/A
Daniela Ruah Kensi Blye Main
Adam Jamal Craig Dominic Vail Main N/A
Barrett Foa Eric Beale Main
Linda Hunt Hetty Lange Main
LL Cool J Sam Hanna Main
Eric Christian Olsen Marty Deeks Recurring Main
Renée Felice Smith Nell Jones N/A Main
Miguel Ferrer Owen Granger N/A Recurring Main
  • Chris O'Donnell as G. Callen, the Special Agent in Charge and undercover operative attached to the Office of Special Projects. Placed in the foster system at a young age, G. doesn't even know his own first name but is determined to find out about his family, and in turn, himself. As G. lives somewhat of a nomadic nature, Los Angeles is G's most stable home. He is partners with Sam Hanna.
  • Daniela Ruah as Kensi Blye, the daughter of a Marine and the only female Special Agent attached to OSP. Her father died at a young age, after which Kensi spent some time living on the streets. Estranged from her mother, Kensi is a skilled undercover operative who is not afraid to use her sexuality to get results. She is romantically linked to partner Marty Deeks.
  • Peter Cambor as Nate Getz, an Operational Psychologist originally attached to OSP in order to monitor the team's emotional well-being. Valued as both an agent and a doctor, Getz is later drafted to a deep cover operation and subsequently becomes a well-established field agent. Despite his career change, Getz still returns to Los Angeles when needed.
  • Adam Jamal Craig as Dominic Vail, a probationary agent and a technical specialist who was assigned to OSP straight out of training. He is partnered with Kensi and seen as a sort of younger brother to the other team members; NCIS Los Angeles is left devastated when, following a period as a missing person, Dom is assassinated during his own rescue mission.
  • LL Cool J as Sam Hanna, the team's Senior Field Agent and G's partner. Sam has the most stable home life of the team as he is married with children. He met his wife on the job and still lives for the thrill of undercover work. He is a former Navy SEAL, an expert on Middle Eastern culture, and speaks fluent Arabic, and as such he not only provides invaluable insight on cases involving the USMC and USN, but also on cases involving ethnicity.
  • Linda Hunt as Henrietta "Hetty" Lange, a Supervisory Special Agent and the team's Operational Manager. As a veteran undercover operative, Hetty has achieved an unbelievable amount during her life. During her younger years, she took in several orphans (including Callen and Hunter) from the streets in order to mold them into undercover operatives.
  • Barrett Foa as Eric Beale, the team's Technical Operator and resident geek. He is not an undercover operative like his teammates and as such is not firearms trained. Beale is incredibly comfortable in the OSP much to the chagrin of his teammates who often become annoyed by his quirks such as leaving his surf board by their cars. He is partnered and close friends with Nell.
  • Eric Christian Olsen as Marty Deeks, a veteran Los Angeles Police Department Detective who was exiled socially within the LAPD. After he is hired by Hetty to "liaise", it becomes clear that her plan is for Deeks to become an Agent. He has not had the easiest childhood and deflects a great deal using humor. He is partnered with, and romantically linked to, Kensi.
  • Renée Felice Smith as Nell Jones, an Intelligence Analyst with dreams of becoming a Special Agent. She is just as comfortable outside the office as in it, and it appears that Hetty is grooming her as a replacement. Jones is a highly capable operative and extremely skilled firearms expert. She has the highest IQ of anybody at NCIS. She is partnered and close friends with Eric.
  • Miguel Ferrer as Owen Granger, the Assistant Director of NCIS. He is the team's link to Washington, and whilst he is often seen at loggerheads with his underlings, he no doubt has a great desire to keep them safe. Unlike other administrators, he is not afraid to accompany the team into the field. He is a long time friend and adversary of Hetty.

Recurring cast[edit]

  • Rocky Carroll as Leon Vance, the Director of NCIS. Vance initially spent a great amount of time "getting the new LA office up and running" but still returns to ensure the well-being of his agents. Carroll also appears on both NCIS (as a regular), and NCIS: New Orleans. (seasons 1-3, 6)
  • Brian Avers as Mike Renko, an Agent attached to NCIS' Los Angeles satellite office who often works with OSP. An undercover operative, Renko later reported directly to Owen Granger. The team were fond of him, so it came as a shock when he was gunned down during an operation gone awry in a revenge attack. (seasons 1, 3)
  • Kathleen Rose Perkins as Rose Schwartz, a Los Angeles County Coroner who often assists the team on their investigations. She is incredibly quirky and develops an affinity for Nate Getz, showing great romantic interest in the psychologist. (seasons 1-4)
  • Ronald Auguste as Moe Dusa, a man whom Sam first came into contact with in Sudan. A "brother" to Sam, of sorts, he joins a terrorist group and assists in the kidnapping of Dom. Developing a conscience, Moe assists in Dom's escape. He is later found dead by the NCIS agents. (seasons 1-2)
  • Vyto Ruginis as Arkady Kolchek, a retired Russian operative who is friends with Hetty. He considers himself to be of great assistance to the NCIS team but often brings trouble in his wake. He has a daughter whom he does not know very well. (seasons 1-6)
  • Claire Forlani as Lauren Hunter, taken in by Hetty as a teenager, Lauren later becomes an NCIS agent and succeeds Hetty for a short time as Special Agent in Charge of OSP. Initially adversarial, the team later warmed to Hunter. She was reassigned following Lange's return but was later kidnapped and murdered by the Chameleon. Her death has a lasting effect on Lange. (seasons 2-3)
  • Christopher Lambert as Marcel Janvier, a serial killer and criminal mastermind. When Marcel is conducting business transactions, his M.O. is to buy the supplies for his employers and then arrange a drop-off for the merchandise. He is the primary antagonist to Callen during the show's third season and is responsible for the deaths of Hunter and Renko. (season 3-5)
  • Erik Palladino as Vostanik Sabatino, a CIA Agent who is arrested by the team whilst he is deep undercover. He is friends with Michelle Hanna and later joins Kensi Blye's Afghanistan team. Kensi initially believes him to be her suspect, but she later realizes he is a skilled operative and will be of great use to her. (seasons 4-5, 7)


  • Louise Lombard as Lara Macy; a former Military Police Lieutenant and the Supervisory Special Agent of OSP, Macy was relieved of her position sometime between the pilot episode and the beginning of season 1. Hetty remarks she was sent to Djibouti in retaliation for insubordination regarding budget, although how truthful this is unknown. After a short time working with an NCIS satellite division, Macy was found dead in the NCIS episode "Patriot Down", murdered as part of a vendetta against Washington Special Agent Gibbs. The Los Angeles team, and in particularly Kensi, were devastated by her loss.


Part of the cast in 2012 (from left): Barrett Foa, Daniela Ruah, Eric Christian Olsen and Renée Felice Smith

The show was known as NCIS: Legend while in production (referring to the episodes of NCIS in which the spin-off was introduced), and other names considered included OSP: Office of Special Projects, NCIS: OSP and NCIS: Undercover.[7] Filming started in February 2009, with the characters being introduced in the two-part NCIS episode titled "Legend", the first part of which aired on April 28, 2009.[7][14] This episode served as a backdoor pilot for the series, in a manner similar to the introduction of NCIS, which was introduced by way of a two-part episode of JAG.

Chris O'Donnell plays the lead character, G. Callen, OSP's Special Agent in Charge, whose natural talent for undercover work is legendary.[15] LL Cool J plays the role of Senior Field Agent Sam Hanna, a former Navy SEAL, who is fluent in Arabic and an expert on Middle Eastern culture.[6] Daniela Ruah plays Special Agent Kensi Blye. Adam Jamal Craig playing rookie field agent Dominic Vail was credited as a regular through the first dozen episodes of season one, but was subsequently written out of the show,[16] and the character was killed in episode 21. Eric Christian Olsen plays LAPD Detective Marty Deeks, the team's liaison with the Los Angeles Police Department. Olsen appeared in two episodes of the first season as a guest star, and joined the cast full-time in season two as Craig's replacement.

Peter Cambor plays Nate Getz, the team's operational psychologist, who supports their missions through surveillance and profiling of targets and ongoing monitoring of the OSP team members' mental health. Cambor was listed as a main cast member throughout the first season but was downgraded to recurring status at the start of season two.

The cast is rounded out by Linda Hunt playing the OSP's operations manager Hetty Lange, a legendary former intelligence agent with a mysterious past, and Barrett Foa as Eric Beale, the team's tech operator and resident geek. Beale was joined by intelligence analyst Nell Jones (Renée Felice Smith) in season two, and Miguel Ferrer joined the cast as NCIS Assistant Director Owen Granger in season three.

Louise Lombard, who had originated in the role of NCIS operations manager Lara Macy in the back-door pilot, was not picked up as a regular in the new series, and the character was killed in an episode of NCIS.[17][18][19]

Rocky Carroll, who plays Director Leon Vance on NCIS, appeared in five of the first thirteen episodes.[20][21] He made a seventh appearance in "Hunted". Vance appeared in the season two finale and season three premiere. He made his tenth appearance during season six.


Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
Intro 2 April 28, 2009 (2009-04-28) May 5, 2009 (2009-05-05)
1 24 September 22, 2009 (2009-09-22) May 25, 2010 (2010-05-25)
2 24 September 21, 2010 (2010-09-21) May 17, 2011 (2011-05-17)
3 24 September 20, 2011 (2011-09-20) May 15, 2012 (2012-05-15)
4 24 September 25, 2012 (2012-09-25) May 14, 2013 (2013-05-14)
5 24 September 24, 2013 (2013-09-24) May 13, 2014 (2014-05-13)
6 24 September 29, 2014 (2014-09-29) May 18, 2015 (2015-05-18)
7 24[22] September 21, 2015 (2015-09-21) TBA


Filming the pilot episode in 2009

"Identity", the series' first episode, garnered 18.73 million viewers with a 4.4/11 share in the 18- to 49-year-old demographic and therefore won its timeslot. It was the second most watched show of the week, behind only the original NCIS.[23]

Reviews for the show have been mixed. It has a score of 59/100 on Metacritic. According to Mary McNamara of the Los Angeles Times, "The crime is intriguing and multifaceted, its resolution requiring a nice balance of street smarts and lots of gunfire. But as with the original "NCIS", the emphasis is on the characters of the team... Los Angeles, meanwhile, looks fabulous, a pleasing mixture of noir and gridlock, and there's an air of stability that's comforting in these uncertain times."[24] The New York Daily News reviewer, David Hinckley, was more critical of the show saying that although "It all adds up to an hour of decent entertainment, and there's room for enough character development to give "NCIS: Los Angeles" a personality of its own, ... a premiere episode shouldn't feel even a little like something we've already seen."[25]

Tom Shales of The Washington Post felt that, "NCIS: Los Angeles gets the job done ... It's a procedural that follows strictly the established procedure, but it has likable characters, dislikable bad guys and the occasional flabbergasting shot of L.A."[26] Robert Bianco of USA Today summarized it as a "serviceable hour that takes the NCIS formula—a light tone and a lot of banter wrapped around a fairly rudimentary investigatory plot—and transfers it to a special, undercover NCIS division in Los Angeles. Nothing more, but also nothing less."[27] The Hollywood Reporter compared the show to The A-Team with "the same lighthearted approach to life-or-death situations. Maybe the biggest change is that 'NCIS: L.A.' achieves its inevitably favorable outcomes with a little more intellect and a little less testosterone."[28] IGN stated that although "NCIS: Los Angeles doesn't exactly reinvent the police procedural... it's another above-average entry, aided by the fact that the people behind the show know what they're doing" and ultimately gave the episode a 7.7/10.[29]


Seasonal rankings (based on average total viewers per episode) of NCIS: Los Angeles on CBS.

Note: Each U.S. network television season starts in late September and ends in late May, which coincides with the completion of May sweeps.
Seasonal ratings table
Season Timeslot (ET) No. of
Premiered Ended TV season Rank Viewers
(in millions)
Date Premiere viewers
(in millions)
Date Finale viewers
(in millions)
1 Tuesday 9:00 pm/8c 24 September 22, 2009 18.73[30] May 25, 2010 13.12[31] 2009–10 9 16.08[32]
2 24 September 21, 2010 15.76[33] May 17, 2011 15.61[34] 2010–11 7 16.54[35]
3 24 September 20, 2011 16.71[36] May 15, 2012 15.19[37] 2011–12 7 16.01[38]
4 24 September 25, 2012 16.74[39] May 14, 2013 13.52[40] 2012–13 4 17.31[41]
5 24 September 24, 2013 16.35[42] May 13, 2014 14.85[43] 2013–14 4 16.03[44]
6 Monday 10:00 pm/9c 24 September 29, 2014 9.48[45] May 18, 2015 9.33[46] 2014–15 27 11.72[47]
7 24 September 21, 2015 7.89[48] 2015–16

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2010 People's Choice Awards Favorite New TV Drama Nominated [49][50][51]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Action Show Won
Choice Actor Action LL Cool J Nominated
Choice Actress Action Daniela Ruah Nominated
Portuguese Golden Globes Revelation Daniela Ruah Won [citation needed]
2011 Teen Choice Awards Choice Action Show Won [52]
Choice Actor Action LL Cool J Nominated
Choice Actress Action Linda Hunt Won
2012 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Stunt Direction Troy James Brown Nominated [53]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Action Show Nominated
Choice Actor Action LL Cool J Nominated
Choice Actress Action Linda Hunt Won
2013 Teen Choice Awards Choice Action Show Won [54]
Choice Actor Action LL Cool J Won

Potential spin-off[edit]

On November 5, 2012, reported the first news about a spin-off of NCIS: Los Angeles titled NCIS: Red. The new characters were introduced during a two-part episode of NCIS: Los Angeles. The spin-off was to feature a team of mobile agents, who travel around the country to solve crimes.[55] This would have been the third successive spin-off, with NCIS: Los Angeles being a spin-off of NCIS. However, on May 15, 2013, CBS confirmed that NCIS: Red was officially passed on and would not be moving forward.[56]

Home video releases[edit]

The first six seasons have been released on DVD in Regions 1, 2 and 4, and Season 1 was released on Blu-ray Disc in Region A. The first season DVD release includes the two-part pilot episode that aired as part of the sixth season of NCIS, which were also included on the Season 6 DVD of NCIS. All releases are distributed by Paramount Home Entertainment.

International broadcast[edit]

In India the series airs on AXN (India).[57]


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