NCIS: Los Angeles is another drama about the world of undercover surveillance at the Office of Special Projects (OSP), one of NCIS divisions who have in charged with locating dangerous and elusive criminals that pose threat to the nation’s security.

Often seen using false identities and utilizing the most advanced technology, this team of highly trained agents goes in a suspenseful undercover works, risking their lives in the field to capture their targets.

Special Agent "G" Callen (Chris O'Donnell) stages a character of chameleon who transforms himself into whomever he needs to be to infiltrate the criminal underground.

Special Agent Sam Hanna (LL Cool J) acts as his partner and a former U.S. Navy SEAL who has seen action in both Afghanistan and Iraq, and a professional surveillance person who uses high-end monitoring tools to look out for those in the field and feed them crucial information.

Adding to the team are Callen and Hanna report to Henrietta "Hetty" Lange (Linda Hunt) she is the new OSP team leader instead of Special Agent Lara Macy (Louise Lombard) who quit after the backdoor pilot. The OSP team leader is responsible for directing the operations and making life-or-death decisions.

The show has many promising things to show and has couple of stories to explore. There are still a lot of uncovered stories pertaining to each character’s role, and on how they ended up joining the force. Their stories are slowly being revealed as the show progresses, and this surely is a must watch show to date.

Overall, the show is so far working well comparing it to the NCIS spin –off. It keeps the audience entertained and there’s a lot of possibilities for longer stay of the show. CBS should only take it to their will to create or build the characters and develop the story into something touchier on personal issues of the characters to make it more interesting.

 

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