‘NCIS: LA’ Season 6 Spoilers: Premiere & Episodes Guide

Tonight is the season 6 premiere of NCIS: Los Angeles and we’ve got all the spoilers we could find from season 6. Check out all the cast info, upcoming episode details, and video clips.

TV Guide reveals:

LL Cool J, Sam, and Chris O’Donnell’s Callen find themselves trapped in a ­hostile submersible as NCIS: Los Angeles opens its sixth ­season. Last May’s cliffhanger found the partners taking an unexpected trip beneath the Pacific Ocean in a narco sub — that is, a submarine used to smuggle drugs out of Mexico — which now may be carrying substances even more illicit than anything you can shoot up or snort.

Executive Producer Shane Brennan expands on this, saying:

Once they learn what these terrorists have planned, they realize that the only way they can stop them is to sacrifice their own lives. If a hostile submarine is sounding off California shores, the U.S. Navy will sink it. It’s that simple! Hetty [Linda Hunt] and Granger [Miguel Ferrer] realize that ultimately they’re powerless, because the Navy is taking independent action.

– The first episode of the season is called “Deep Trouble (Part II)”, the second is “Inelegant Heart”, and the third is “Praesidium”.

– Here’s all the info on “Densi”:

There are a lot of fun moments between them early in the season as they try to sort out their relationship. It isn’t as black-and-white as people think, and we try to keep it as a real workplace romance, especially one with guns and explosions and people trying to kill you. We don’t want to leave the audience thinking that now we’ve turned it off and we might turn it on again later. We’re trying to integrate the ups and downs of their relationship throughout the season … There’s a very intense fight scene with her and Deeks in one episode, which is a lot of fun. Kensi could be taking a little bit of her frustration out on Deeks, so it’s lucky they’re both wearing head protection.

– There’s some upcoming drama for Callen this season as TV Line reports:

As we get deeper into the season, there is a recurring character that we’ve met a number of times over the course of this show who’s not so much a bad guy, but he’s not necessarily a good guy, either. He’s in this sort of gray area. And he makes a fairly dramatic return, and that then sparks a longer story arc that involves Callen in a pretty serious way.

– As far as Callen goes, TV Guide writes:

Later in the season, Callen will be involved in a fairly intense romantic arc “featuring one of the characters the fans have come to love as well,” Brennan says, before adding, “I won’t say who it is and I won’t say anymore about it.”

– Hetty is in hot water this season as TV Guide reports:

There will, however, be no romance for Hetty, just a contentious Senate hearing. Her own professional problems take a backseat in the season opener, but once the boys in the sub presumably shake off their sea legs, Episodes 2 through 4 will focus largely on the boss’s travails in the wake of her offered resignation letter. Even elected officials are questioning the operation that took Kensi to Afghanistan last year, and, Brennan says, “it reaches a point where Hetty, who knows everyone and can get things done, cannot talk her way out of this — in effect, she runs out of friends. And at the same time, we learn that someone is out to get her. It really tests all of them and particularly tests Granger.”

TV Line reports more on Hetty’s future this season:

Spread over the first three episodes of this season, the story takes Hetty to Washington, where she faces some very hostile questioning from a Senate committee trying to get to the truth of what happened in Afghanistan and whether Hetty was acting outside her job description, so to speak. And then we discover there’s more to this, that in fact Hetty is being targeted by someone. And that actually puts her life in danger. And someone very close to her — someone we actually don’t know anything about, really, but someone very close to her — dies as a result of all of this. We actually see Hetty reaching a point where she cannot resolve the situation herself. She can take certain things a long way up the chain of command, but eventually, they hit a wall and she can’t do any more than what she’s done.

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