NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles are airing new episodes tonight, and you can find sneak peeks after the jump, along with a behind-the-scenes video, an interview and a tweet. (Contains spoilers!)
First, here’s a clip from the NCIS episode “Monsters and Men”, featuring Ellie Bishop (Emily Wickersham) and guest star Nestor Serrano as NSA Supervisor Jeremy Marlens. (You can also watch it on CBS Press Express and SpoilerTV.)
Also be sure to check out this behind-the-scenes video about Bishop, which features Wickersham, Michael Weatherly (Tony DiNozzo) and Sean Murray (Timothy McGee). (It’s also available on CBS.com and CBS Press Express.)
Here’s a scene from this week’s NCIS: LA, “War Cries”, featuring Sam Hanna (LL Cool J) and G Callen (Chris O’Donnell). (You can also find it on CBS Press Express.)
Check out this interview with Miguel Ferrer (Owen Granger) from TV Fanatic. Here’s an excerpt:
TVF: In the last episode you were in Afghanistan with Kensi but what brings Granger back to LA in this week’s episode?
MF: It’s funny, Shane [Brennan, Creator] doesn’t like any of us to talk about upcoming episodes but there’s one interesting thing and that’s that I team up with Deeks for the first time. Throughout the last couple of seasons I’ve worked one on one with Callen and Kensi and Sam so Deeks is sort of the last guy I haven’t gone one-on-one with and the dynamic is interesting. It’s not just two guys on a case. Our personal history and current realities are reflected in the relationship and that was a really fun show to shoot. It was written by, I think, one of the best writers on the show, Scott Gemmill and I’m excited for everyone to see it.
Finally, here’s a tweet from Supervising Producer Dave Kalstein about tonight’s installment:
Great new episode of NCISLA tonight, James Hanlon has an excellent series debut as director. And look for a bad-ass blade sequence…
— Dave Kalstein (@davekalstein) February 4, 2014