(2009/2020 • DRAMA / ACTION)
Daniela as Kensi Marie Blye
Status: On Hiatus
Sundays 9/8c, only on CBS
NCIS: Los Angeles is a drama about the high-stakes world of a division of NCIS that is charged with apprehending dangerous and elusive criminals, who pose a threat to the nation’s security.
(2020 • DRAMA / THRILLER)
Daniela as Maria João Mascarenhas
Status: NO AR (Portugal)
“Num país onde as luzes nunca se apagam, uma mulher da alta sociedade está disposta a tudo para salvar a sua pátria de uma invasão estrangeira”.
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In the NCIS universe, it’s nearly impossible to get hitched without a few hitches. A prime example: the long-awaited wedding of Los Angeles special agents Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) and Marty Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen).
TV Guide Magazine was on set in January at the luxurious, Spanish-style Bel-Air Bay Club overlooking the Pacific for the surprisingly action-packed “Densi” nuptials. (It only took nine years for the two to get here!) We scoped out the stunning decor, saw surprises that made us drop our champagne flutes and gawked at one seriously damaged wedding dress.
“You can’t have a Kensi-Deeks wedding that goes completely smoothly from beginning to end,” a laughing Ruah says during a break from shooting, pointing to a diagonal tear in her gown that took the hemline from maxi to mini. “Kensi rips it herself so she can kick someone! I actually asked for that. I said, ‘We have to have Kensi fighting in the wedding dress.'” Olsen’s tux looks tidier but, the actor jokes, “My hair looks like a Muppet.”
Executive producer R. Scott Gemmill, who wrote the special March 17 episode, was all for a roller-coaster ride to the altar. “In our world, there’s always some sort of mayhem lurking just around the corner,” he says. Densi has weathered kidnapping, torture, a helicopter crash and even a near-breakup.
“Deeks once described Kensi as smelling like sunshine and gunpowder. [‘Two of my favorite things,’ the character explained.] It’s an apt description of the wedding,” Gemmill adds. It’s even the name of the event’s signature cocktail, which, by the way, consists of fresh orange juice, silver tequila and black pepper, shaken and served over ice with an orange slice.
What ignites the gunpowder March 17 is a case involving an old foe, arms dealer Anatoli Kirkin (Ravil Isyanov), and some thugs whose criminal hijinks interfere with the big day. Densi’s NCIS team, who all RSVP’d “Hell, yeah” to the nuptials, do their best to keep the couple blissfully unaware of the crashers. But, as evidenced by Kensi’s distressed dress, you can’t keep good agents out of a fight.
Besides, party crashing is hard to ignore when it’s so loud. While we’re chatting with Ruah and Olsen, a literal table-turning action scene is going down in the venue’s red-tiled courtyard. NCIS big boss Callen (Chris O’Donnell) and second-in-command Sam (LL Cool J) — dapper in tuxedoes and looking like a pair of James Bonds — dispatch a couple of heavies, then strut away, smoothing their lapels.”
Source: TV Insider & TV Guide Magazine