Come finishes NCIS Los Angeles
How it ends NCIS Los Angeles. After 14 seasons, the first spin-off TV series born from NCIS – Crime Unit. The double episode titled “A new beginning” it will be broadcast on Monday 5 June on Rai 2 in absolute premiere, a few weeks after its passage on the American Cbs network in the United States. The news dates back to last January that NCIS:LA would have concluded with season 14, but the franchise continues with the mother series and the spin-off NCIS: Hawai’i.
The episode obviously closes with Callen and Sam who manage to brilliantly solve the case of the military weapons that have been lost. In the grand finale, Kensi and Deeks discover they are expecting a child, Callen and Anna decide to get moving and anticipate their wedding with a more sober (and faster) ceremony together. The big surprise, however, was hearing once again the voice of Linda Hunt, interpreter of the legendary Henrietta “Hetty” Lange. She, the latter, delivers a letter to Callen to congratulate Anna on the wedding, offering her newly weds her home in Mykonos for their honeymoon.
That’s not all: in the letter, Hetty asks Callen and Sam to join her in Morocco where she will involve them in an “extra” project she is working on. The missive includes two tickets for Morocco, where – waiting for them – there are Nell Jones (sender of the letter), Vostanik Sabatino and Nate Getz. Also with the trio is a boy who bears a striking resemblance to Callen’s actor Chris O’Donnell. It is in fact Chip O’Donnell, the actor’s eldest son. Anna tells her husband that she will wait for him and she orders Sam to keep him alive.
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Among the surprise returns of the final episode, those of Peter Cambor (Nate Getz) and Renée Felice Smith (Nell Jones) excited. Barrett Foa, who plays Eric Beale, was also expected to take part in the series finale, but the actor failed to be on set to say goodbye to the show that saw him star for twelve seasons. The saga of NCIS: Los Angeles continue for Sam. Starting with the third season of NCIS: Hawai’i actor LL Cool J joins the cast of the spin-off with Vanessa Lachey.