When Does Ncis La Return in 2022? Los Angeles Season 14 Is Coming to CBS on 19 September 2022
It won’t be long till the beginning of season 14 of NCIS: Los Angeles. There will be no midseason delay; instead, the show will premiere in the fall.
All of our thoughts and prayers are with Callen and Anna as they prepare for their wedding. Callen popped the question to his longtime crush in the season 13 finale. A yes that the waiting fans had been hoping for came out of the blue during the course of a beautiful moment.
It had been a trying year for Callen, who had to face the possibility that he was one of many young people his adoptive mother had recruited and trained. His questions went unanswered and his attempts to disentangle the truth were frustrated, but Hetty will (presumably) be back in Season 14.
In a Fall TV preview with TVLine, showrunner R. Scott Gemmill said that the wedding won’t happen until Hetty is a part of it. Callen really wants her there, but they’ll have to mount a rescue mission to bring her back. What follows is what he had to say regarding the proposed plot:
NCIS: Los Angeles Season 14 Premiere Date
We regret to inform you that the premiere of NCIS: Los Angeles’s fourteenth season will not take place in September, unlike its sister shows NCIS and NCIS: Hawai’i, which will be celebrating their crossover premiere that month.
The debut of the New York version of the franchise will take place on Monday, September 19 at 9 p.m. ET on CBS, while the premiere of the Los Angeles version will take place on Sunday, October 9 at 10 p.m. ET on the same network. In its second season, East New York follows the story of Regina Haywood, a police officer who has just been promoted to the position of deputy inspector.
Cast and characters
Main article: List of NCIS: Los Angeles characters
- Chris O’Donnell as Grisha “G.” Callen, NCIS Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) and Team leader
- Daniela Ruah as Kensi Blye, NCIS Special Agent
- Eric Christian Olsen as Marty Deeks, NCIS Investigator (Previously LAPD/NCIS Liaison Officer)
- Medalion Rahimi as Fatima Namazi, NCIS Special Agent
- Caleb Castille as Devin Roundtree, NCIS Special Agent (Previously FBI Agent)
- Gerald McRaney as Hollace Kilbride, a retired Admiral, and friend of Henrietta Lange, later Operations Manager
- LL Cool J as Sam Hanna, NCIS Senior Field Agent, Second in Command
NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13 Review
NCIS: Los Angeles, one of CBS’s more explosive shows, also understands how to deliver an emotional explosion, as shown in the Season 13 finale on Sunday night.
Last year’s finale featured a real-life cameo by Linda Hunt’s Hetty, setting the stage for Nell and Eric’s departure from the team.
This time, personal experiences penetrated individual narratives among the quest for the inventor of the remote-controlled car that was armed to the teeth and going around robbing businesses.
First, Kensi and Deeks found out early in the hour that they were approved to foster Rosa Reyes, beginning, well, that evening!
Sam and his father spent more quality time together, with Raymond breaking his silence about having a female suitor but never pursuing her because he didn’t want to “disrespect” Sam’s late mother. Raymond then told Sam that Michelle would have wanted him to be happy, so he shouldn’t make the same mistake.
In a lighter vein, Fatima aided Rountree in his love life by heavily criticizing his grossly false dating app profile.
After solving the Case of the Week, Kensi and Deeks were on their way to pick up Rosa when they got a call from Kilbride, who demanded that they meet with his agents immediately. Rosa took the unexpected development in stride, but when her new family arrived at the agreed-upon spot, they were greeted by a “Welcome, Rosa” beach party, the planning of which had been overseen by Kilbride (who was working the BBQ like a pro).
Smiling faces abounded at the party as Rosa was officially welcomed into the NCIS “family,” and we later noticed that Kilbride was chatting it up with Raymond and… Arkady. While they may have been on “opposite sides of the Cold War,” as Anna’s father put it, “now we are comrades… enjoying some very nice cow.”
As for being “comrades,” Kilbride replied, “I don’t know that.” The words “I do know that if you ever slip back into any of your past occupations, I will jail you away” harshed Arkady’s pleasant disposition a little.
Then, we received a deep fake–inclusive version of the season finale scene in which Callen and Sam talk about the past few months. (The characters of NCIS: Los Angeles never make their jobs or plots seem mundane, which is one of the show’s many strengths.) Anna and Kensi were nearby playing cornhole, and Callen admitted he needed to talk to Hetty about everything else at some time.
With the (real, Magnum P.I.!) sun setting behind them, Callen took Anna a few yards down the beach and remarked, “In every part of my life, I didn’t know who I was until I met you.”
After mentioning that Anna had previously indicated a desire for a more “regular” life, he said, “I don’t know that I can provide you the normal life that you’re seeking for…” For as long as I can remember, I’ve been broken. If you could only tell me what it is that you want, I’d be happy to deliver it to you.
To which Anna interjected, “It’s no secret that you’re broken, Callen — and guess what? So am I. So you see, that’s why we get along so well. It’s okay if no one else ever gets our ‘normal,’ right? For us, it’s enough if it makes sense.
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