NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 is back in action! Sadly, not every lock of Deeks' beautiful hair is going to make the cut. The 2019-2020 season premieres Sunday, September 29 on CBS. The cast has returned for filming, with Deeks and Kensi stars Eric Christian Olsen and Daniela Ruah clearly having a lot of fun on set -- while also getting shipshape for their TV returns.
Here's Eric Christian Olsen mourning the death of his hair as NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 started filming:
Pour one out for The Mountain Man. While the Deeks actor was getting prettied up, Kensi actress Daniela Ruah was busy getting ready for more fight training -- or maybe some gymnastics events:
That is pretty impressive, especially with all that gear on. Speaking of physical fitness, here's Eric Christian Olsen trying to do his own working out -- with some "help" from his on-screen love. I love his caption for this:
Nice! Kensi and Deeks finally got married in NCIS: Los Angeles Season 10, and their wedding marked the long-awaited return of Hetty.
Daniela Ruah also shared a little Instagram video with WWE star Bill Goldberg fanning himself. He returned as DOJ Agent Lance Hamilton in NCIS: LA Season 10 and, based on this set image, it looks like he'll also be back in Season 11.
NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 will continue the JAG reunion that started at the end of Season 10. David James Elliott and Catherine Bell will return once again as Harm and Mac. It also looks like both Barrett Foa (Eric Beale) and Renée Felice Smith (Nell Jones) will return, despite some fears that their characters might exit, although actor Barrett Foa will have to skip a handful of episodes this season due to a stage production he'll be in.
Actress Natassia Halabi shared the front of the Season 11 premiere script, and it looks like the first episode will be called "Decoy" and she's playing a Mossad agent.
Are you excited to see the whole gang return for NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11? Just in case you forget the premiere date and time, here's a handy reminder:
Here are more fall 2019 premiere dates to bookmark and keep handy for the rest of the year.
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