Extreme situations require extreme measures. NCIS: Los Angeles has left us hanging for months with the case of missing agent Dom Vail, abducted with barely a trace in the January episode entitled "Missing." Tuesday, it looks like the situation is finally resolved in "Found" ... but it remains to be seen if the resolution is a positive one. Found doesn't mean rescued alive. In fact, this ominous NCIS: Los Angeles preview has us thinking a tragic conclusion awaits. Dom is alive ... and it appears he's in the Sudan, held by terrorists. That rarely ends well, even for elite, undercover agents. Will Dom - and the rest of the team - make it out alive? Check out CBS' extended preview for the much-anticipated episode and share your predictions with us ... Source & Preview
Tomorrow night on NCIS: Los Angeles, LAPD liaison Marty Deeks (potential new cast member Eric Christian Olsen) helps the team find a socialite connected to a Navy officer's murder. "Fame" is first of five new episodes to close out a solid first season. It appears Deeks, who Sam met while both were working undercover in "Hand to Hand," doesn't get the warmest reception from his new co-workers, however. Check out this sneak preview of Tuesday's episode, "Fame" ... Source & Previews
Fox's one-two punch of American Idol and Glee led the network to another Tuesday night ratings win. The Madonna-themed episode of Glee expressed itself to 13.5 million viewers and was the night's highest-rated scripted series among the adults-18-to-49 demographic. The show only lost 5 percent in the demo compared to its record-setting return last week, and it did it following a weaker American Idol (19.1 million viewers), which was down 8 percent from the previous week. NBC took second place in the demo for the evening, as the recently renewed Parenthood (7.2 million viewers) grew to its highest rating in the demo since its premiere. It was preceded by The Biggest Loser, which drew 8.5 million viewers. ABC's programming was mostly down. A Dancing with the Stars results show (13.4 million viewers) was down 11 percent in the demo from the previous week to become the lowest-rated results show in the series' history. Lost (9.4 million viewers) also hit a series low among 18-to-49-year-olds, while V (6 million viewers) improved ever so slightly in the demo. CBS took fourth place for the night with repeats of NCIS (9.8 million viewers), NCIS: Los Angeles (10.2 million viewers), and The Good Wife (7.7 million viewers). The CW's repeats of 90210 and Life Unexpected each drew less than a million viewers. Source Here
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Looks like the NCIS: Los Angeles cast may have room for one more. Viewers of last week's episode were treated to a surprise when a guest villain was revealed to be an undercover cop, then was offered a spot as liaison to the NCIS: LA team. Fans of the original NCIS know that's how longtime liaison Ziva David (Cote de Pablo) was ushered in to the NCIS gang before gaining U.S. citizenship, as a Mossad liaison. Will Eric Christian Olsen's character ultimately become a regular star as well? That's unclear for now, but the actor is certainly excited about being on board, secrecy and all. 'They kept a pretty tight lid on me showing up at all,' Eric told TV Guide. 'I wasn't allowed to Twitter, Facebook or talk about it at all. I couldn't even tell my family.' To Read More Click Here .
Watch a sneak peek of NCIS: LOS ANGELES "Hand-to-Hand" Episode 19 airing Tuesday April 6 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network Episode Synopsis: When an undercover operation has the NCIS team investigating a MMA gym and its fighters, Sam Hanna is tasked with donning gloves and entering the cage for a one-on-one fight, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, April 6 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & More Photos
* NCIS: Los Angeles (9/8c CBS) Several MMA fighters - Dan Henderson, Frank Shamrock, Gilbert Melendez, Josh Thomson, K.J. Noons, and Cung Le - have cameos in an episode that has one of the agents going undercover as a fighter. Of course, it's Eric. Kidding. Seriously, the series has already lost Dom, so they can't afford to take another hit. Sam is the obvious choice, as he battles the fighters when the murder of a marine is connected to a mixed-martial-arts gym. * Lost (9/8c ABC) What's up with these dramatic entrances at the end of episodes lately? First Widmore and, last week, a decrepit looking Desmond, who'll be joined tonight by Penny; Daniel Faraday and his mom, Eloise Hawking; old friend Charlie; and George Minkowski (Fisher Stevens) from Widmore's Season 4 freighter. If Desmond's "the package" we think he might be, let's hope he peps up, because with the Widmore-Locke monster showdown (and who knows what else) looming, things are getting more apocalyptic by the week. * Justified (10/9c FX ) After last week's close call (those vests do come in handy), Raylan could use a change of scenery. But he's going to L.A. on business and eating humble pie. Two slices: Rachel is the assignment's lead officer; and their quarry (Alan Ruck) eluded Raylan once before. He's a former drug-gang accountant who's now a dentist, and something he does to a patient (wait till you see it) lands him on the news and back on the radar of the Marshals Service. His old gang colleagues watch the news as well, and they're not as nice as Raylan is. * Law & Order: Criminal Intent (10/9c USA Network ) The two-part season premiere wraps up as Goren and Eames struggle with the grief of Ross' murder. And while they've got plenty of motivation to solve the case, multiple run-ins with the Feds impede their investigation. On the criminal side of things, the devious son of the murdered sheik keeps the double crosses coming as he continues his power play. This episode also marks the exit of Vincent D'Onofrio and Kathryn Erbe as series regulars, while Saffron Burrows joins the cast as Nichols' sharp new partner. * Parenthood (10/9c NBC) Kristina feels the effects of her constant worrying when her woes begin to carry over to the bedroom, much to Adam's dismay. But she's not the only one feeling stressed. Crosby tries to find a way to tell Camille and Zeek about Jabbar; Julia becomes jealous of a mom in Joel's play group; and Sarah ponders whether it's acceptable for her to date Amber's teacher. Minka Kelly guest stars as a behavioral aide who begins working with Max, and Jason Ritter returns as the alluring Mr. Cyr. * Dancing with the Stars (8/9c ABC) Last week, Len instructed the couples to "tell a story" with their performances in Week 3. Sadly, tonight will be the closing chapter in one celebrity's dancing story as the second person of the season is voted off. One week after exiting with Shannen Doherty, dancing pro Mark Ballas returns to the stage to play an acoustic paso-doble arrangement on the guitar. Country legend Reba will also be singing "Consider Me Gone" and "I Want a Cowboy." Source Here
In the next "NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service", the death of a Navy officer leads Gibbs and the team into the world of high-priced call girls. They rely on D.C. Madam Holly Snow to help them catch a killer. Called "Guilty Pleasure", the episode sees Dina Meyer reprising her role as D.C. Madam Holly Snow and Adam Kaufman reprising his role as Homicide Detective Philip McCadden. After this one, "NCIS" will take a two-week break to come back on April 27. Meanwhile on "NCIS: Los Angeles", when an undercover operation has the NCIS team investigating a MMA gym and its fighters, Sam Hanna is tasked with donning gloves and entering the cage for a one-on-one fight. "Hand-to-Hand", like "Guilty Pleasure" airs on April 6. Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek of NCIS: LOS ANGELES "Blood Brothers" Episode 18 airing Tuesday March 16 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Episode Synopsis: The investigation of a drive-by shooting has the NCIS team searching Los Angeles for the dead marine's younger brother who may be the next target and the one with the answers, on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, March 16 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview
Watch a sneak peek of NCIS: LOS ANGELES "Full Throttle" Episode 17 airing Tuesday March 9 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. 'Episode Synopsis: After a sailor is killed during an underground street race, the NCIS team determines that his car had been sabotaged and contained confidential Navy equipment. Meanwhile, Callen is forced to take traffic school, onNCIS: LOS ANGELES, Tuesday, March 9 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Source & Preview