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NCIS LA Season 3 Episode Captures
Post date: February 18, 2013
NCIS Los Angeles Season 3 Captures Re-Added + New Additions
Post date: November 04, 2012
Chris O’Donnell on “NCIS: Los Angeles:” There some stuff brewing this season
Post date: September 25, 2012
(CBS News) The new season of “NCIS: Los Angeles” begins Tuesday, and Chris O’Donnell says things pick up right where they left off – with his character being arrested.
“Callen has just shot somebody point blank and is being hauled off in a police car,” he told CBSNews.com. “So he’s in a little bit of hot water, but we shall see. I’m sure Hetty will find a way to get him out of this mess.”
But while O’Donnell plays a tough guy on TV, in real life there’s one thing makes him nervous: needles. He says he’s never been a fan of them, and because of that he’s become the new spokesperson for Fluzone Intradermal – an alternate flu vaccine for adults that has a much smaller needle – and is raising awareness about the importance of getting an annual flu shot.
“Twenty percent of the population gets the flu every year, and you really want to help prevent the spread of it,” he explained. “It’s really important for those of us in this age group especially to get out there and get our flu vaccine.”
The father of five said some of his kids share those needle nerves, but others don’t – which his wife, Caroline, takes credit for.
“Some of them are pretty brave, I’m amazed. My wife claims that those are taking it from her. She has a higher threshold of pain. A higher tolerance, I should say. I guess it’s a good thing that she was delivering the babies,” O’Donnell joked.
Balancing family life with his work on “NCIS: LA” can be challenging, he added.
“On the one hand, we do work really long hours, but at least I’m in one place,” O’Donnell said. “There are days where the kids are asleep when I leave and asleep when I get home, but at least I’m in one city. It’s a lot easier than going to Budapest for three months and doing a film where I don’t see them all.”
Viewers will see the actor’s work life and family life collide this season – his mom is making a cameo in one of the upcoming episodes.
“I thought [showrunner Shane Brennan] was kidding when he told me his idea,” he said. “But it was the thrill of a lifetime for my mom and three of the other actors on the show, their moms came out too.”
And the moms got special treatment during their time on set, O’Donnell added. “They brought in these giant campers for each mom, and they made a whole little area and they put out Astroturf carpet and garden furniture. It was very funny – enormous trailers that were much more plush than what we spend our days in.”
When asked whether there would be another crossover episode like the one done with “Hawaii Five-0″ last season, the actor played coy.
“Um…there’s some stuff brewing this season!” he said. “I don’t think anything that’s been announced.”
But he did tease that some revelations are on the way.
“Callen will learn a bit more about his family history, there’s some interesting episodes coming up with Sam, where we learn about his family a little bit,” he added. “Just exploring all the different characters, and a lot of the same fun and banter amongst each other.”
“NCIS: Los Angeles” returns at 9 p.m. ET on CBS.
Fall TV Casting: On NCIS: LA, Mom’s the Word
Post date: July 29, 2012
Mother’s Day will come early this season on NCIS: Los Angeles, when the women who brought unto the world cast members Chris O’Donnell and Daniela Ruah guest-star on the CBS procedural.
No details have been released on whom exactly O’Donnell’s mom, Julie, and Ruah’s, Catarina (based out of Portugal), will play, though one can rule out Callen and Kensi’s own mothers, since they’ve already been accounted for on the show.
Instead, CBS is only saying the ladies will appear in a scene that was “hand-picked by executive producer Shane Brennan” — whom I will be speaking with this evening at CBS’ TCA summer press tour cocktail party, so if you’ve got burning questions, fire away in Comments.
Season 4 of NCIS: LA premieres Tuesday, Sept. 25
Jimmy Kimmel Stills from 2008
Post date: March 16, 2012
Added 4 stills of Chris on Jimmy Kimmel Live back on October 14th of 2008.
CBS Renews a Whopping 18 Shows For Next Year
Post date: March 15, 2012
CBS is getting out in front with early renewals for fall, picking up 18 of its series for next season. Among the dramas landing renewals on Wednesday were NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, Hawaii Five-0, Criminal Minds, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The Mentalist, Blue Bloods, The Good Wife and freshman entry Person Of Interest. Comedies getting a greenlight were Mike & Molly and 2 Broke Girls. Reality shows The Amazing Race and Undercover Boss earned pickups as well.
Previously renewed for next year were comedies How I Met Your Mother and The Big Bang Theory, as well as reality hit Survivor. 60 Minutes and 48 Hours Mystery are also back for next season.
CBS confirmed that the network and Warner Bros. TV are “in preliminary discussions regarding future seasons for Two and a Half Men.” At the PaleyFest panel for Two and a Half Men on Monday, star Ashton Kutcher dodged questions about signing up for another year by pointing out that the show had not yet been renewed. But Kutcher and creator Chuck Lorre have all but said that they expect to be back for another year.
The Wednesday announcement did not include pickups for CSI: Miami or CSI: New York — at least one of which isn’t expected to return. Freshman dramas A Gifted Man and Unforgettable are also still awaiting their fate, while comedies Rob and Rules of Engagement remain on the bubble. (The future of those two shows may depend on whether CBS goes forward with a 4-comedy block on Thursdays next year, as most expect.) CBS’ NYC-22 doesn’t debut until April 15.
CBS traditionally waits until closer to the May upfront announcement to make its series renewals — keeping producers on their toes until then. But as ABC, NBC and Fox hold back this year from making too many fall decisions, CBS executives saw an opening to make a splash this week with a whole-scale announcement (and assert their position as TV’s No. 1 network with total viewers).
“This large-scale renewal is testimony to the strength, stability and success of a deep and diverse roster of top-rated programming,” says Nina Tassler, President, CBS Entertainment. “It positions us for continued success next season and certainly creates an environment that will give our new shows the best possible chance to succeed.”
Post date: March 15, 2012
Sorry everyone for the move. The host the site was on abruptly shut down & I cannot get any of the staff to answer emails as I was unable to log-in. With that, I was forced to move the site. Thanks to my best twinnie, Jen for agreeing to host the site!
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Post date: March 15, 2012
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Mad Love Captures
Post date: January 18, 2012
Added 1,003 captures from Mad Love to our Gallery.
NCIS: LA and Hawaii Five-0 Cross Over for Two-Night, ‘High Octane’ May Sweeps Event
Post date: January 17, 2012
NCIS: Los Angeles‘ G. Callen and Sam Hanna (played by Chris O’Donnell and LL Cool J) will say “aloha” to Hawaii Five-0— and then Steve McGarrett and Danny Williams (Alex O’Loughlin and Scott Caan) will return the favor — as part of a two-night crossover event for the CBS dramas, slated for May sweeps.
To kick things off, Five-0 showrunner Peter Lenkov says, “Chris and LL are going to come to Hawaii” — where it is revealed that Sam and McGarrett already know each other, having both been Navy SEALs. “There’s a bit of a history there,” Lenkov hints.
When the NCIS agents get wrapped up in what Lenkov calls a “really cool, big stakes” Five-0 case involving a biological weapon, “It ends up taking us to Los Angeles,” with Night 2 of the event unspooling on the Tuesday procedural.
“McGarrett and Danny end up in Los Angeles on our turf, on our terms,” NCIS: LA boss Shane Brennan tells TVLine, touting a “high octane” climax. But lest fans of one show or the either worry about missing half the action, Brennan notes, “You don’t have to watch both to love what’s going to happen.”
Given that NCIS: LA‘s Daniela Ruah crossed her Kensi Blye over to Five-0 earlier this TV season, Lenkov says, “It just seemed like a natural to continue the relationship.”