"NCIS: Los Angeles" or "NCIS LA" Season 5 ended its run with its Season Finale "Deep Trouble" (episode 24) that was aired on May 13, 2014. But, don't worry "NCIS: Los Angeles" fans, your favourite show has been renewed for Season 6 and it will premiere on Sept. 29, 2014. Spoiler Alert! This article contains "NCIS: Los Angeles" spoilers of Season 6. Read only if you want to know more about it.
According to Spoiler TV, the "NCIS: Los Angeles" cast including Chris O'Donnell (G. Callen), LL Cool J (Sam Hanna), Eric Christian Olsen (Marty Deeks), Daniela Ruah (Kensi Blye), Linda Hunt (Henrietta "Hetty" Lange), Owen Granger (Miguel Ferrer), Renée Felice Smith (Nell Jones) and Eric Beale (Barrett Foa) have already filmed two episodes for "NCIS: Los Angeles" Season 6.
The plot of "NCIS LA's" first episode will continue from Season 5's "Deep Trouble" episode. As can be recalled, Sam and Callen ended up getting trapped in the submarine with Ammonium nitrate and two terrorists. Viewers will finally know what happened to Sam and Callen as well as their other teammates.
Based on posts from the actors' official Instagram and Twitter accounts, the episodes they filmed will be action-packed. Aside from the action in the water because of the submarine, there will be some action in the air, too. Kensi and Deeks will ride a helicopter over huge bodies of water to look for their colleagues and rescue them from a possible explosion. Check out a photo of them from Ruah's Instagram account.
Unfortunately for fans of Deeks and Kensi, Talia (Mercedes Masohn) will still be in "NCIS LA" Season 6. And, it looks like Kensi and Talia may get into a fight!
As for Callen and Sam, they should also prepare to get wet because it looks like the submarine they are in is not only in danger of exploding, but is also in danger of drowning them as it takes in water. Check out LL Cool J's Instagram post about it. He also posted another photo of a ship that might be used in one of the scenes.
Plus, expect to see Granger and Hetty again. Miguel J. Ferrer even tweeted a photo of the two of them together on set.
Chris O'Donnell will also direct an episode for "NCIS: Los Angeles" Season 6, so watch out for that! Like the premiere episode, it promises to be explosive as well. Could there even be some hazardous materials involved? Well, just tune in on Sept. 29, 2014 to find out!
Aside from the new episodes to look out for in "NCIS: Los Angeles" Season 6, John Peter Kousakis, the show's director and executive producer, has tweeted that the show will be moved to Monday nights at 10 p.m.
— John Peter Kousakis (@jpkouz) May 14, 2014
Moreover, Kousakis recently tweeted that "NCIS LA" Season 6 is "officially underway."
And that's it for the "NCIS: Los Angeles" spoilers for Season 6. Don't miss it every Monday nights at 10:00 p.m. on CBS. Keep reading the International Business Times, or IBTimes for more updates about "NCIS: Los Angeles" and other news about entertainment, health, sports, finance, business and technology.
Watch the "NCIS: Los Angeles" videos below:
NCIS Los Angeles 5x24 Promo "Deep Trouble" (SEASON FINALE):