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Oct 16

Os canais Fox preparam-se para um mês de Outubro e Novembro recheados de estreias, entre elas, a muito aguardada 8ª temporada da série que conta com Daniela Ruah num dos principais papéis.

Não percam, quinta-feira dia 10 de Novembro, às 23h05, a estreia da nova temporada de “Investigação Criminal: Los Angeles”, na FOX Portugal.

Oct 16

Mrs. Deeks (Pamela Reed) is back in this one! 🙂


Bar Paly Returns as Anna Kolcheck

“Ghost Gun” – The murder of a navy machinist with high security clearance sends the team on a city-wide hunt tracking evidence. Also, Anna Kolcheck (Bar Paly) partners with Callen, and Sam assists Hetty in the on-going mole investigation, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, Oct. 23 (8:30-9:30 PM, ET/8:00-9:00 PM, PT), on the CBS Television Network.

CHEAT TWEET: Anna Kolcheck (@barpaly) partners with Callen & Sam assists Hetty with mole investigation @NCISLA 10/23 8:30PM ET/8 PM PT #CBS


Chris O’Donnell (Special Agent G. Callen)
LL COOL J (Special Agent Sam Hanna)
Linda Hunt (Henrietta “Hetty” Lange)
Daniela Ruah (Special Agent Kensi Blye
Eric Christian Olsen (LAPD Detective Marty Deeks)
Barrett Foa (Tech Operator Eric Beale)
Renée Felice Smith (Intelligence Analyst Nell Jones)
Miguel Ferrer (Assistant Director Owen Granger)


Pamela Reed (Roberta Deeks)
Bar Paly (Anastasia “Anna” Kolcheck)
Adam Bartley (Carl Brown)
Anne-Marie Johnson (Doctor Adams)
Brian Guest (Rex)
Dale Pavinski (Vincent Garvey)
Anton Narinskiy (Neil Lott)
Curt Mega (Reggie Tiller)
Phillip Jeanmarie (Thomas)
Hannah Gottesman (Heather)
June Carryl (Beth Kelley)
Lee Hudson (Rickey)
Daniel Blake (Male Nurse)

Oct 16

Due to the Presidential Debate next Sunday, NCIS: LA´s all new episode “Black Market” will air on October 16th.

Sep 16

Esta noite tivemos o privilégio de poder assistir em primeira mão à antestreia da tão aguardada curta-metragem “Excuse”, realizada por Diogo Morgado e protagonizada por Daniela Ruah e Alberto Frezza.
Um obrigada especial ao Diogo pelo carinho que nos demonstrou e especialmente pela magia com que soube brindar o seu público esta noite.
Prevejo grandes sucessos (e muitos prémios) para a curta “Excuse”!

E quanto ao elenco…palavras para quê!? Parabéns Daniela Ruah e Alberto Frezza pelo vosso desempenho. O talento e a entrega absoluta foram contagiantes!
Vejam abaixo algumas fotos do evento no nosso site irmão e confiram também alguns videos onde o Diogo responde a algumas questões do público (incluindo a nossa!) e onde também podem ver um pouco do que vai acontecer num próximo programa do “Fama Show”.
Mais uma vez, muito obrigada pelo carinho e pelas palavras de apoio Diogo! 😉

Tonight we had the privilege to watch firsthand the premiere of the highly anticipated short film “Excuse”, directed by Diogo Morgado and starring Daniela Ruah and Alberto Frezza.
A special thanks to Diogo for the affection shown to us and especially for the film magic he showed his audience tonight. I anticipate great successes (and many awards) for the short-film “Excuse”!

And what to say about the cast!? Congratulations Daniela Ruah and Alberto Frezza for your performance. The talent and absolute surrender to your characters were contagious!
Check all the pictures and videos of the event below, where Diogo answers some questions from the audience (including ours!) and where you can see some of the shenanigans that will be happening during one of “Fama Show”´s next episodes on SIC.
Once again, thank you for your kindness and support, Diogo! 😉

Diogo Morgado Fans Gallery Link

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Sep 16

Grab the tissues, NCIS: LA fans, this is going to be a tearjerker. In the above sneak peek of “The Queen’s Gambit,” the Sunday, Oct. 2 episode of NCIS: LA, Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) visits Kensi (Daniela Ruah) in the hospital and things are looking a little scary for Kensi after the Syrian mission in the season premiere left her gravely injured.

Kensi hasn’t moved since mom Julia (Laura Harring) has been visiting and she’s only been seen by a nurse.

“Hey, hey baby, can you hear me? Hey, I’m here with your mom,” a distraught Deeks asks Kensi, “can you hear me?”

Julia gets nostalgic about Kensi’s upbringing. “She was like having three boys, only this one wasn’t afraid of anything,” Julia says about Kensi’s constant visits to the ER following childhood scrapes.

“Yeah, well, she’s still fearless,” Deeks says.
Meanwhile, the team investigates an abduction case and Hetty (Linda Hunt) is held in Washington, DC for questioning.

Chris O’Donnell, LL Cool J, Barrett Foa, Renee Felice Smith and Miguel Ferrer also star in the CBS drama.

NCIS: LA airs Sundays, 8 p.m. on CBS.

Source: EOnline

Sep 16

Note: This interview was conducted during last July´s Comic Con at San Diego, when Daniela was still pregnant with her second child (she has since given birth to beautiful baby daughter Sierra Esther on Sept. 4th).

NCIS: Los Angeles star Daniela Ruah is going to have a busy couple of months. She’s pregnant with her second child and her character, Kensi, is going to go through some major changes. She sat down for an interview at Comic-Con this summer to talk about how the show shot around her pregnancy and the “drastic” change that’ll happen to the NCIS team.

What’s in store for your character this season?

Daniela Ruah (DR): A lot is in store for this character. My pregnancy has brought on reasons to hide the pregnancy which has inspired a very particular story line for the season, at least the first half, but that’s all I know. Something very drastic happens to the whole team and Kensi’s affected by that a little more and that poses obstacles and a big long trajectory of for Kensi and Deeks (series star, Eric Christian Olsen). And also there is a proposal.

You guys spent eight days filming extra scenes with you and Eric Christian Olsen, was that to cover for maternity leave?

DR: Basically, yeah. When you guys watch the show on TV you won’t notice my absence even though I’ll be gone for a number of week’s pre-and post-baby. So, this whole first eight days of shooting has been spent doing all of my scenes from episode three to episode 10 or nine or whatever it is, so it’s that whole arc. And it’s not just Deeks, there a few other characters that we know and love who are involved in that too. But they basically had to get all of my stuff out of the way and in post-production they’ll edit it all together as if I’m not gone, which is really cool and I’m happy about that. I’m very happy to see how it’s gonna work out.

But it’s interesting to shoot your storyline in chronological order because we never do that. One day we’re at this location and you might be shooting something at the beginning of the episode and then the next day you’re in the bullpen doing something different, so to do it this way is really cool. We did it as well for my first pregnancy and it worked.

Is it difficult to do that because you’re so used to a certain way of shooting?

DR: No, it’s actually easier because what Kensi and Deeks have to go through is not an easy thing to play and so to not have to break that up in different episodes makes it easier. It’s much easier to play it every single day because you’re in the mindset, you’re there and it’s easier to keep your mind and energy where it’s supposed to be because it’s all done in a row versus breaking up until were laughing and we’re bantering and all the sudden we need to be in this very deep tragic place.

How is it filming while pregnant?

DR: Fine. I feel like people are more cautious with me than I am. They’re like, “No, we’ll get you that water.” And I’m like, “I’m fully capable of grabbing my own water but I appreciate it from the bottom of my heart. I got this.” I don’t know. I’m not an actor that likes to have people at your ever beck and call unless I can’t leave the set because of whatever. At most, I’ll be like, “Can I get a PB&J because I’m really hungry right now and I can’t leave the set.”

So, I think I might be asking for more snacks than usual but I think people are being more careful with me that I’m being careful with me.

I try and stay fit and active and healthy for as long as I can. I don’t like to be sedentary and sitting down, like, “Oh, I’m pregnant. I can’t do anything.” No, no, no, no I’m fine.

How are you keeping healthy?

DR: I work out as much is my schedule permits me to. Obviously, have a toddler son I’m chasing him around and he’s pretty active but we have a really healthy household to be honest with you, not to say I don’t have snacks. I love chocolate, so I’m not extreme or anything like that. We try to eat as many greens as possible and we work out as much as we can. We host a work out at our house every Sunday that my husband kind of leads. We just went on Craigslist and bought a bunch of old gym machines and in our backyard we’ve made ourselves a little makeshift gym and we can have up to 10 friends and family members there. A lot of us have toddlers and are pregnant, so it’s really fun and it’s a great bonding experience.

NCIS: Los Angeles airs on Sundays on CBS!

Source: Daily Actor

Sep 16

Excelentes notícias para os fãs portugueses! 😀

No seguimento do showcase que a FOX Media organizou ontem (onde foram apresentadas as novidades para a próxima época), o DN avançou a notícia que a oitava temporada da série “NCIS: Los Angeles” irá estrear na FOX Portugal a 10 de Novembro, muito mais cedo do que o previsto!
Ainda não temos o horário oficial, pelo que assim que tivermos mais informação, iremos actualizar este post.

Investigação Criminal: Los Angeles (10 de novembro):

A Fox, Fox Life e Fox Comedy, os principais canais do universo Fox a operar em Portugal, têm agendado para os meses de outono e inverno o regresso de muitos formatos de sucesso, entre eles, o da série criminal que conta com a actriz portuguesa Daniela Ruah no elenco. Nesta 8ª temporada, a série “Investigação Criminal: Los Angeles” vai continuar a retratar o trabalho da divisão de Investigação Criminal encarregada de travar criminosos que são uma ameaça à segurança nacional.

Fonte: DN

Sep 16

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NCIS: Los Angeles is getting shaken up in a major way.

In the Season 8 premiere, Hetty (Linda Hunt) and Granger (Miguel Ferrer) got an unexpected visit from Undersecretary Corbin Duggan (Jackson Hurst) and other higher-ups from Washington, who descended on NCIS: LA headquarters in order to sniff out a mole working within the agency.

If that wasn’t enough, Kensi (Daniela Ruah) was gravely injured during a rogue mission to Syria when the chopper in which she, Callen (Chris O’Donnell), Sam (LL Cool J), and Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) were returning in got bombed on their way back. While they were awaiting rescue, the group got ambushed by a local army, and managed to escape only after Granger ordered Eric (Barrett Foa) and Nell (Renee Felice Smith) to take out the group with an air strike from a drone, using Duggan’s name.

At the end of the episode, Hetty sacrificed herself for the rest of the team, giving Duggan a signed confession admitting that she’s the mole, and was escorted out of the office in handcuffs. Kensi, meanwhile, remains in a coma, getting ready to undergo a CT and an MRI.

So, where does the team go from here? First of all, don’t expect Kensi’s recovery — if it happens at all — to be a quick one. According to NCIS: LA showrunner Scott Gemmill, Kensi will be “out of commission for potentially forever, but for an extended period of time at the very least.”

And with Kensi and Hetty out of the picture at least for the time being, the team will look to some unlikely sources for backup. “The remaining members of our team sort of have to step up,” Gemmill tells TVGuide.com. “So we’ll see some different partnerships. We’ll have some people perhaps brought in, new people to work with. And people like Nell will find themselves doing some more field work than they’re used to.”

Next week’s episode will provide a solution to some of the “leadership issues” the team is facing, Gemmill says, but it won’t be long before the mole issue rears its head again. And when it does, it’s actually Sam who will be affected by the ripple effects “in a very strong way.”

“It’s a temporary solution,” Gemmill says of Hetty taking the fall. “Our people only have so much time before it will be revisited. … [They] will be given a little more time to resolve this, and they ultimately will by the end of the season – but with some catastrophic results.”

NCIS: LA airs Sundays at 8/7c on CBS.

Source: TV Guide

Sep 16


“Black Market” – After a Homeland Security agent is poisoned by a notorious Triad assassin, NCIS uncovers a warehouse of counterfeit purses and a money trail to stolen government funds. Also, Nell joins the team in the field, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, Oct. 16 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT), on the CBS Television Network.

CHEAT TWEET: Nell (@reneefsmith) joins the team in the field as @NCISLA uncovers counterfeit goods & stolen government funds! 10/16 8pm #CBS


Chris O’Donnell (Special Agent G. Callen)
LL COOL J (Special Agent Sam Hanna)
Linda Hunt (Henrietta “Hetty” Lange)
Daniela Ruah (Special Agent Kensi Blye
Eric Christian Olsen (LAPD Detective Marty Deeks)
Barrett Foa (Tech Operator Eric Beale)
Renée Felice Smith (Intelligence Analyst Nell Jones)
Miguel Ferrer (Assistant Director Owen Granger)


Laura Harring (Julia Feldman)
Byron Mann (Zhang Kiu)
Daniel Marin (Carlos Gutierrez)
Catherine Carlen (Diane)
Gita Reddy (Charge Nurse)
Rickey Eugene Brown (Jesse Evans)
Desmond Chiam (Edward Lee)
Daniel Blake (Male Nurse)
Denell Johnson (Barista)