Will this be the year that Callen (Chris O’Donnell) finally learns the truth about his family on NCIS: Los Angeles? And if so, what price will he have to pay?
Season 7 kicks off with a small time jump, picking up three months after the end of Season 6, when viewers learned that Callen’s presumed-dead father is actually alive. And it’s only a matter of time before Callen makes the same discovery. “The very heart of what this show is is Callen’s search for his family,” executive producer Shane Brennan tells TVGuide.com. “We are stepping closer and closer to finally giving Callen closure.”
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Great casting for Deeks’ mom on NCIS: LA. Any scoop on their relationship? — Mikey
The dynamic between Deeks and his mother is really going to shed light on why Deeks is the way he is. “It’s a really interesting reflection on why Deeks chose to work for Hetty and why he fell in love with Kensi,” Eric Christian Olsen tells me. “His mom represents a really strong female role model in his life. His mom has a blue collar job and worked her ass off to give her son the opportunities that she obviously didn’t have. He loves her. He knows what strength is because of her. That dynamic is going to be explored through her and now we see why he fell for the people he did in his life.”
9/11: Special Event: NCIS: LA Fall Premiere
7:00 pm Screening & Panel NCIS: LA
With Chris O’Donnell, LL COOL J, Linda Hunt, Eric Christian Olsen, Daniela Ruah, Barrett Foa, Renee Felice Smith, Miguel Ferrer
The 2016 class of Hollywood’s Walk Of Fame honorees was announced today, Variety reports. It’s a wide swath of folks chosen seemingly at random, with the radio voice of the Los Angeles Clippers, Ralph Lawler, being the lone radio inductee for 2016. Live theater/live performance inductees include Kevin Hart, Angélica María and Harvey Fierstein.
For recording, LL Cool J, Cyndi Lauper, Shirley Caesar, Joseph B. “Joe” Smith, Itzhak Perlman, Adam Levine, and Bruno Mars will be recognized. (It’s unclear if Levine and Mars are actually being recognized, or whether it’s simply their white T-shirts and hats, respectively, earning the kudos.) “Mama” Cass Elliot will receive a posthumous star.