NCIS: Los Angeles' Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) just got married, and apparently her honeymoon with Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) was "marvelous" to him and only "fine" to her. Kensi is wasting no time getting back to work, and the March 31 episode will actually pair her up with guest star Shane McMahon -- yes, WWE wrestler Shane McMahon -- for a "dangerous mission." Good luck!
This week's March 24 episode is called "Born to Run" and then two WWE gents will be dropping by for NCIS: LA's Season 10, Episode 19, "Searching," which airs March 31.
One of the wrestling champs is Bill Goldberg, who already made his debut as DOJ Agent Lance Hamilton earlier in NCIS: LA Season 10 in the November 2018 episode "One of Us." He's actually been picking up a lot of TV roles lately; Goldberg returns to NCIS: LA next week, and Shane McMahon is along for the ride too as Army CID Special Agent Steve Evans.
Here's the March 31 episode synopsis from CBS:
So Kensi gets to team up with this Special Agent Steve Evans, played by Shane McMahon. McMahon had previewed his "great experience" via Twitter in February, giving a special shout-out to Kensi actress Daniela Ruah and LL Cool J as Sam Hanna. Sounds like he spent most of his time on-set with those two stars, and had a wonderful experience.
NCIS: LA fans are also hoping there's room for more Hetty Lange in Season 10. She returned with a bang in Season 10, Episode 17, "Till Death Do Us Part," the big Kensi and Deeks wedding episode. Fans were hoping she'd make that big event, and so was actress Linda Hunt. Apparently she's "raring to go" from here, so hopefully that means we see Hetty back in the mix on a regular basis from here on out.
NCIS: Los Angeles is meant to have 24 episodes, with Episode 18 airing March 24 and Episode 19 on March 31. So we only have a few more episodes after that until the season finale. CBS has yet to renew the series for Season 11, but it's doing pretty well in the ratings, so there's a good chance you'll see more of it in 2019-2020.
NCIS: Los Angeles airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS, as one of the many shows now winding down as midseason 2019 comes to a close.
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