NCIS: Los Angeles began and ended last night's episode, "Missing," with the disappearance of rookie agent Dom Vaile. The story was left wide open to interpretation. Until now. Cast member Adam Jamal Craig (Dom) is leaving the hit procedural, according to Entertainment Weekly, which spoke with snow creator Shane Brennan. The only question is when. Pretty much the only thing clear after last night was that this is the shocking, emotional story teased by producers earlier this month. To Read More Click Here .
Fast National ratings for Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2010 " American Idol " led Fox to its usual spot at the top of Tuesday's ratings, but its numbers dropped again, allowing CBS to finish a pretty close second in viewers. FOX drew 16.9 million viewers and a 9.6 rating/15 share in households for the night. CBS actually led in households with a 9.9/15 but finished second in viewers (15.9 million). NBC (8.6 million, 5.2/8) came in third. ABC (3.3 million, 2.2/3) was a distant fourth, and The CW's reruns managed only 920,000 viewers and a 0.7/1. In the adults 18-49 demographic, FOX's 6.1 rating led the way. CBS took second at 3.2, just ahead of NBC's 3.2. ABC averaged 1.3 and The CW 0.4. To Read More Click Here .
WARNING: Stop reading if you have yet to watch last night's NCIS: LA. Everyone else, onward and downward NCIS: Los Angeles has been on the air for just five months and already it's undergoing its first major shake-up: Original castmember Adam Jamal Craig is leaving the hit procedural. But when? Last night's powerful episode - which revolved around the abduction of Craig's special agent, Dom Vaile - left the character's fate very much up in the air. Is Dom dead? Will his kidnapping remain an unsolved mystery? Why was Craig written out? In this exclusive interview, executive producer Shane Brennan clears the air on all of the above and more... To Read More Click Here .
Watch a sneak peek of NCIS: LOS ANGELES "Missing" Episode 13 airing Tuesday January 26 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The team rushes to a crime scene after receiving an "agent needs assistance" page and learns that one of their own is in peril, onNCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, Jan. 26 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
A new episode of NCIS: Los Angeles will be airing on January 26 and CBS has released a synopsis and a few promo photos for the episode, which you can view below. THE TEAM RECEIVES AN "AGENT NEEDS ASSISTANCE" PAGE AND DISCOVERS ONE OF THEIR OWN IS IN GRAVE DANGER, ON "NCIS: LOS ANGELES," TUESDAY, JAN. 26 To Read More Click Here .
Their dynamic has been relatively unchanged (and awesome) so far. But get ready for a little role reversal for G. Callen and Sam Hanna on NCIS: Los Angeles soon enough. "Usually it's Sam protecting Callen, but this turns the other way," creator Shane Brennan says of an episode that explores Sam's relationship with a family in the Sudan. This, of course, dates back to his days as a Navy SEAL, and unlike last week, when Callen was in over his head because of his past, Sam is the one who needs protecting. To Read More Click Here .
Below are some promotional photos from next week's episode of NCIS: Los Angeles. It's called "Missing," and from the title alone, you can guess what it's about. What you might not guess? The team rushes to a crime scene after receiving an "agent needs assistance" page and learns that it's one of their own who is in peril. Source & More Photos
NCIS: Los Angeles has just picked up for a second season - and with that vote of confidence from CBS, the freshman procedural is ready to elevate its game. That's according to executive producer Shane Brennan. âIt has a very, very good pedigree,â jokes Brennan of the NCIS spinoff, before adding âEveryoneâs fear was that NCIS: LA would be just a clone, and itâs not.â To date, NCIS: Los Angeles has regularly retained a massive portion of NCIS' lead-in audience, averaging 17 million total viewers. Even opposite American Idolâs season premiere last week, Chris OâDonnell, LL Cool J and company drew nearly 16 million. Now that it has established a distinct cast and rhythm from the original and gained a following, NCIS: Los Angeles is ready to provide us with bigger twists. To Read More Click Here .
NCIS: Los Angeles and The Good Wife have both been renewed for second seasons, TVGuide.com has confirmed. The two dramas are the first CBS prime-time programs to be picked up for the 2010-11 season. "Two great new series, fronted by talented stars on one big night of television," said Nina Tassler, president of CBS Entertainment. "We're proud of these shows and what they've accomplished on Tuesday night." NCIS: Los Angeles, a spin-off of top-rated NCIS, is the No. 1 new program of the season with an average of 16.8 million viewers and a rating of 3.8 in the 18-to-49 demo. The Good Wife attracts an average of 13.7 million viewers and a 3.0 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds. Are you excited to see more NCIS: Los Angeles and The Good Wife? Source Here
You'll never believe this, but American Idol dominated the ratings game last night. Truly shocking, we know... 8 p.m. American Idol: 27.9 million viewers NCIS: 20.7 million The Biggest Loser: 7.9 million Scrubs rerun: 2.5 million/Better Off Ted: 2.2 million 90210 rerun: 770,000 9 p.m. American Idol: 31.7 million NCIS: Los Angeles: 15.5 million The Biggest Loser: 8.3 million Scrubs: 2.7 million/Better Off Ted: 2.5 million Melrose Place rerun: 688,000 10 p.m.' The Good Wife: 13.8 million The Jay Leno Show: 6.2 million The Forgotten: 4.4 million Source Here