NCIS may have the craziest twist to build on this fall season, but that doesn't mean the spinoffs don't have other awesome things happening as well. NCIS: Los Angeles is continuing its JAG connection (which could lead to some other exciting things) and fans are going to continue to get some development on the relationship of Kensi and Deeks.
There's even a chance the topic of babies will be brought up in Season 11. Executive producer R. Scott Gemmill definitely hinted the current season will have an update on their relationship early on in the season, and that will definitely show fans where things are headed.
So where does a baby come into this? R. Scott Gemmill didn't use the term baby, though it's hard to rule out that's off the table as the writers decide what to do next with NCIS: Los Angeles' newlyweds. Having kids is a common thing most couples discuss ahead of marriage, so it would be silly to think the two haven't at least broached the topic to this point.
Of course, starting a family isn't as easy a decision for Deeks and Kensi as a normal couple. It's one thing to start a family, but obviously quite a different conversation when the two are in the line of work they're in. Gemmill told Parade that Kensi in particular will realize things could change for her quite a bit going forward, and she'll definitely experience the difference between single Kensi and married Kensi sometime around Episode 2.
It will almost definitely be a lingering question NCIS: Los Angeles fans will want to see answered, and one they could ultimately be disappointed by. Having a child may not make sense for the two-some at the moment, and the two may ultimately decide it's just not in the cards for them. The two could also look into alternative methods like adoption, which would give them a child but not necessarily keep Kensi out of the field.
NCIS: Los Angeles is back for Season 11 at CBS Sundays at 9:30 p.m. ET. Stick with CinemaBlend for updates throughout the season, and to stay on top of what's happening in the world of television and movies in general.
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