It seemed like we were finally going to find out all the secrets of Callen's past in the Finale, but I am so glad we didn't. While I think they could do a lot of things better on the show I still thoroughly enjoy it, and Callen is the main reason why. I would have been disappointed if they'd have ended the story arc with this season. I always saw it as becoming one of the main continuing arcs of the series that will hold it together for seasons to come and I'm glad they didn't ruin it all. They gave us just a bit of information, just enough to make us want more, and I loved it. What does everyone else think?
whats going on with tv shows at the moment they seem to be all over the place one week both ncis and ncis la is on the next its not same with the good wife it seems like fridays and sundays are the same cant tv networks sort themselves out the holiday season is over no excuse
For some strange reason I cannot get into this series. When it originated in NCIS I thought wow that is going to be a great show because NCIS is one of the best action/drama/military/suspense/detective shows out there. Now I am asking myself what is going on with this show, am I missing something or is it really lacking some NCIS spark? What are your thoughts?
In the premiere of the NCIS spin-off, NCIS: Los Angeles , the action picks up four months after Special Agent G. Callen (Chris O'Donnell) was shot. Callen rejoins the Agent Hanna (LL Cool J) and the rest of the team to investigate a drug cartel that is believed to be involved in the kidnapping and murder of one of the boys in white. Plus, Hetty (Linda Hunt) tries to get to the bottom of what exactly the "G" in Callen's name stands for. Do you think the show has the staying power of the original NCIS? Source Here