Att: Daniela Ruah "NCIS: Los Angeles"
Paramount Studios 5555 Melrose Avenue
Building 213, Suite 220 Los Angeles, CA 90038
S08E01 - "High-Value Target" - Sept. 25
S08E02 - "Belly of the Beast"- Sept. 25
S08E03 - "The Queen´s Gambit" - Oct. 2
S08E04 - "Black Market" - Oct. 16
S08E05 - "Ghost Gun" - Oct. 23
S08E06 - "Home is Where the Heart is"- Oct. 30
S08E07 - "Crazy Train" - Nov. 6
S08E08 - "Parallel Resistors"- Nov. 13
S08E09 - "Glasnost" - Nov. 20
S08E10 - "Sirens" - Nov. 27
S08E11 - "Tidings We Bring" - Dec. 18
S08E12 - "Kulinda" - Jan. 8
S08E13 - "Hot Water" - Jan. 15
S08E14 - "Under Siege" - Jan. 29
S08E15 - "Payback" - Feb. 19
S08E16 - "Old Tricks" - March 5
S08E17 - "Queen Pin" - March 12
S08E18 - "Getaway" - March 19
S08E19 - "767"- March 26
S08E20 - "From Havana With Love" - TBA
S08E21 - "Battle Scars" - TBA
S08E22 - "Golden Days" - TBA
S08E23 - TBA - TBA
S08E24 - TBA - TBA
On tuesday, March 21st, the cast and executive producers of “NCIS: LA” were in attendance at the 2017 edition of “The Paley Fest” at the Dolby Theatre, in Los Angeles.
Check the red carpet live video, the interviews and all the photos at the gallery links below. We will keep updating this post with more footage material (including the full panel) soon. Enjoy! 🙂
NCIS: Los Angeles’ Kensi (Daniela Ruah) may very well be finally getting the proposal from Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) she’s earned by the end of this season, but either way, she’s most definitely going to be getting her groove on.
That’s on the dance floor, to make sure we’re on the same page. In “From Havana with Love,” airing April 9, the fierce field agent known for her forensic acumen and combat expertise is going to be showcasing a totally different set of skills for a new case. Lou Ferrigno Jr. will star as Victor Larmont — a man who suspects his wife is selling Navy secrets to terrorists.”We end up in a Cuban dance club,” Ruah told TVGuide.com in a recent interview. “And Kensi has to go undercover as a salsa dancer. So it’s very cool.”
She’ll be dancing with George Akram, who’s played Bernardo in the Broadway revival of West Side Story and boogied alongside Ricky Martin, Gloria Estefan and Meryl Streep. Of course, dancing is totally in Ruah’s wheelhouse; she won Portugal’s version of Dancing with the Stars in 2006. Believe it or not though, she still had some jitters working with Akram. “He’s a really good dancer,” she said with chuckle, “and I was little bit intimidated. But he was very sweet and he taught me a lot.”
“From Havana with Love” airs Sunday April 9 at 8/7c on CBS.
Source: TV Guide
GoldenGlobes.com article by Jenny Cooney Carrillo.
Read the entire story here.
NCIS: LA actress Daniela Ruah was in tears when she stopped on the red carpet to reminisce about her late co-star with goldenglobes.com. “We got to know him not only as an actor, which he loved doing, but we also got to know his family and how much he loved them,” she said with emotion. “Having gone to his memorial, I felt it was such an honor to have known him and one special thing that George Clooney said at the memorial to Miguel’s sons was, ‘if you guys are ever missing pieces of his story or you can’t remember something about him anymore, just remember every person in this room is part of the encyclopedia of your dad’s life.’ That really resonated with me and I love that we will all have pieces of him with us always.”
After a highly decorated Navy Captain, Charles Langston (Carl Lumbly), kidnaps a Veterans Affairs administrator who has been siphoning funds, the NCIS team must work with Hetty’s former Vietnam War colleagues, Retired Admiral AJ Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) and Admiral Sterling Bridges (James Remar) to solve the case, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, April 23 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.
It´s now official guys!! “NCIS: Los Angeles” has been renewed for Season 9! 😀
Once again, congrats to the cast and crew for another successful year and to the fans, who keep making the show possible!
CBS gave out early renewals to 18 shows, including dramas Madam Secretary, Blue Bloods, and Hawaii Five-0, comedies Mom, Kevin Can Wait, and Life in Pieces, along with reality show Survivor.
Also renewed: Freshman series Bull, MacGyver, Man with a Plan, and Superior Donuts, as well as veteran shows NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, Scorpion, 48 Hours , and 60 Minutes. Renewals for The Big Bang Theory and NCIS had previously been announced.
So, what’s missing? Returning dramas Criminal Minds, Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders, Elementary, and Code Black, along with comedies 2 Broke Girls and The Odd Couple. New series Pure Genius, Training Day, Doubt, The Great Indoors, and Ransom are also absent. However, just because they weren’t given early renewals doesn’t mean they’re canceled. CBS plans to announce additional returning series pickups at a later date.
[Caution: spoilers about upcoming episodes of NCIS: LA ahead!]
The cast of NCIS: LA got a bit misty-eyed at PaleyFest in Los Angeles Tuesday as they said words of remembrance for their late colleague Miguel Ferrer and talked about Kensi’s (Daniela Ruah) recovery arc.
To boot, fans got treated to a preview of the series’ March 26 episode “767,” which ends with Hetty (Linda Hunt) giving a well-earned toast to Sam (LL Cool J) and Callen (Chris O’Donnell) after the duo pulls of a high-stakes act of heroism on a plane. Although Sam and Callen’s daring, action-packed work doesn’t prevent casualties, their quick thinking and training averts a big disaster and when it’s all done, Hetty acknowledges that they’ve had a rough year and they’re now focused on moving their family forward.
It was symbolic for the series, as Ferrer’s death in January was a blow to the crew. His co-star LL Cool offered up a sweet memorial to his pal. “I called him the coolest guy of all the time,” the actor said. “He was amazing. A lot of people don’t know he worked up until the millisecond [he died]. He came to work after chemo… he could hardly speak. He would fight through it. Until the day he died he would respond to group emails,” he said, adding that executive producers R. Scott Gemmill and John P. Kousakis as well as CBS let him work until the end. They need to be commended for the way his character’s disappearance was written, he said. “We can keep his character alive.” The audience applauded.
Daniela Ruah began to get a little choked up when talking about Kensi’s recovery arc. She said she had to research stories, and talk to someone who’d been through the same experience. She learned a lot in the process. “You don’t always have strength,” she said. “It’s ups and downs. I learned something really, really important: It’s really hard to ask for help, but it’s important.” Strength has to come from you, she said, but it’s okay to hold someone’s hand in the process. Renee Felice Smith nearly got emotional in talking about that arc, saying she was impressed with Ruah’s work.
That somber and challenging note for the team is part of the reason Season 9 will be something of a reset, executive producer R. Scott Gemmill said. While it’s early to think about specifics, there is a cliffhanger coming. “Sam’s life is going to change. Kensi and Deek’s life is going to change based on the finale.”
NCIS: LA airs Sundays at 8/7c on CBS.