NCIS: Los Angeles Season 4 Promo Videos: What We Know

The NCIS: Los Angeles season 4 premiere, called "Endgame," airs on September 25, but there's a new behind-the-scenes video, plus a new season promo video, that gives us quite a few hints as to what we can expect to see this season.

'NCIS: Los Angeles' Season 4 Premiere Photos: 'Endgame'

Official synopsis: "Following Callen's public shooting of the Chameleon on last season's finale cliffhanger, all is not well with the NCIS: LA team, as Callen is placed on suspension and Hetty adjusts to retired life."

New NCIS LA Promo: Was it Worth it?

Was it worth it? Callen will be asked that question on the NCIS: LA Season 4 opener. Not that he needs to be reminded of his actions. Offing the Chameleon earned him a suspension, while possibly leaving his team open to retaliation - or being shut down by the CIA, if Granger is to be believed. From the looks of teasers for the premiere, Hetty is very much in harm's way. "Endgame" airs September 25 after NCIS. Check out this behind-the-scenes interview with Eric Christian Olsen and Daniela Ruah about the episode if you haven't seen it, then watch the latest promo below:

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 4: Behind-the-Scenes Promo & Interview

In a new and different style of promo, Eric Christian Olsen and Daniela Ruah discuss what fans can expect from the NCIS: Los Angeles Season 4 premiere on Tuesday, September 25. According to Eric (Deeks) and Daniela (Kensi):

NCIS LA Season 4 Promo: It's Do or Die

NCIS: Los Angeles returns Tuesday, September 25 after NCIS . When Season 4 of the hit show commences, Callen is placed on suspension following his slaying of the Chameleon, while the newly-retired Hetty is nowhere to be found at the Office of Special Projects. How long will Hetty and Callen stay on the shelf? We know these two aren't the type to go quietly, and from the looks of things in CBS' latest teaser, they are both very much in harm's way. Check out a brief promo for the premiere, "Endgame," below ...

TV ratings: 'America's Got Talent' dips and 'Masterchef' leads in 18-49 Tuesday

Fast National ratings for Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2012"America's Got Talent" was still the most-watched show on TV Tuesday night, but its ratings were down some from last week. The dip allowed FOX's "Masterchef," which was up over last week, to claim the top spot among adults 18-49 for the night.ABC, CBS and NBC all covered the Republican National Convention at 10 p.m., with NBC drawing the biggest audience of the three.NBC led the pack in total viewers, averaging 8.15 million and a 4.9 rating/8 share in households in primetime. CBS (6.2 million, 4.1/7) finished second, and FOX (5 million, 2.9/5) came in third. ABC had a pretty soft night with just 2.5 million viewers and a 1.8/3. The CW drew 650,000 people and a 0.4/1.FOX's 2.1 rating among adults 18-49 edged NBC's 2.0 for the top spot in the demographic. CBS was a point behind second with a 1.0. ABC posted a 0.6 and The...

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 4 Premiere Photos

Check out some photos of the  NCIS: Los Angeles  season 4  premiere titled “Endgame” Season 4 Episode 1  which airs Tuesday, Sept. 25 (9:00- 10:00 PM ET/PT) on the CBS Television  Network. For more NCIS LA Photos, click  here . Episode Synopsis:  Following Callen’s public shooting of the Chameleon on last season’s finale cliffhanger, all is not well with the NCIS: LA team, as Callen is placed on suspension and Hetty adjusts to retired life, on the fourth season premiere of NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, Sept. 25 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Read More...  

NCIS: Los Angeles Season 4: First Photo!

The NCIS: Los Angeles Season 4 premiere finds Hetty in an unfamiliar position: Retirement. With Linda Hunt's character retired and getting ready to enjoy a much-deserved break on the high seas, the question is what brings her back into the fold. Hey, it's not easy keeping a woman like her quiet. Here's the first photo from Season 4, premiering September 25 after NCIS : According to TV Guide , the fourth episode of the season will introduce a female congressional candidate who's considered a voice of the people ... and who clashes with the LA shot-caller. "We'll get to see what Henrietta thinks of politicians, and it's not nice," says executive producer Shane Brennan, who also promises big stories planned for agents Sam Hanna and G. Callen. "We will be casting someone who will get us closer to Callen finding out what the 'G' stands for." First order of business? Getting G. off the hook for the shocking events of the Season 3 finale .

TV ratings: Olympics rebound Tuesday on final night of gymnastics

Fast National ratings for Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2012American gymnast Aly Raisman's two-medal performance on the final day of gymnastics Tuesday helped NBC's Summer Olympics ratings rebound some after Monday's low. The network once again dominated the night completely opposite a slate of mostly repeats elsewhere.NBC delivered 29.6 million viewers and a 17.3 rating/28 share in households in primetime, up 3.6 million viewers from Tuesday night. CBS scored the best numbers of the non-Olympic group, finishing with 5.5 million viewers and a 3.7/6. ABC (2.5 million, 1.7/3) came in third, a little ahead of FOX (2.4 million, 1.5/2). The CW came in at 533,000 viewers and a 0.4/1.In the adults 18-49 demographic, NBC's 9.3 rating was up more than a point from Tuesday's fast nationals. No one else broke the 1.0 mark: CBS and FOX tied for second at 0.9, followed by ABC at 0.7 and The CW at 0.2....

Agent Kensi Blye to Meet Up with a Mean Girl on ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’

Actress Abbie Cobb may play  a mean girl on ‘Suburgatory’, but she could be playing a different kind of girl when she appears on an upcoming episode of  NCIS: Los Angeles ; a role that may become a recurring role on the CBS spin-off. Details on Cobb’s role on the CBS procedural seem to be under wraps  for now, but her character will be named Astrid and she will, according to executive producer  Shane Brennan, form a relationship with Agent  Kensi Blye (series regular Daniela Ruah). Read More...