April 12 2024

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Check Out More ‘NCIS’, ‘Criminal Minds’ & ‘NCIS:LA’ News & Spoilers

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Here’s another collection of news, interviews, videos, photos and tweets relating to NCIS, Criminal Minds and NCIS: Los Angeles. (Contains spoilers!)

NCIS

With their contracts due to expire, Michael Weatherly (Tony DiNozzo), Sean Murray (Timothy McGee), Pauley Perrette (Abby Sciuto), David McCallum (Dr Donald “Ducky” Mallard) and Rocky Carroll (Leon Vance) all re-signed to remain on NCIS for seasons 12-13. Mark Harmon (Leroy Jethro Gibbs), Brian Dietzen (Jimmy Palmer) and Emily Wickersham (Ellie Bishop) are on different contract cycles.

Here’s an interview with Harmon from Zap2It, in which he talks about the season eleven finale. The tribute to the late Ralph Waite (Jackson Gibbs) includes “some flashbacks, but we tried not to do too much in the way of fabrication. The news was certainly shocking, but it remains in all of our lives that some day, we’re going to have to handle it. This is in tribute to Ralph and the time he spent with us, because he made every effort to make it real.”

Weatherly posted this tweet relating to the finale:

Dietzen did an interview with Paul Semel—here’s an excerpt:

So how did you originally get the role of Jimmy Palmer?

I was a one day guest star. But what’s funny is that because it was just a one day job, I decided to make some really bold choices when I auditioned. And they liked it so much that it turned into a ten-year job. Had it been for a starring role, I would’ve had to test for the network, and if I had done that, I probably would’ve made different choices. And I probably wouldn’t have gotten the job.

Harmon spoke to Larry King earlier this month, and you can watch the full episode below:

Weatherly previously appeared on Hollywood Game Night, and he’ll be back for another episode on Thursday, May 15 at 8:00pm ET/PT on NBC.

McCallum is part of the cast for the new direct-to-video animated film Son of Batman. He provided the voice for Alfred Pennyworth.


Criminal Minds

Check out this interview with AJ Cook (JJ Jareau) from BuddyTV. You can read an excerpt about the finale below:

How does this season finale compare to the previous ones?

This season finale is– Okay, so in the two-parter, we left everyone hanging with two people being shot, so that was a huge — we’ve never put two of our main characters in peril like that. And you would think that’s the end of it, but the end of part 2 is just as shocking. It’s going to directly affect the future of the show, so it’s crazy. It’s totally Criminal Minds-style, just make people’s jaws drop on the ground. So this is definitely going to do that.

Here’s the full video for Joe Mantegna’s (David Rossi) live chat from May 7:

Shemar Moore (Derek Morgan) and his mother visited The Talk last week, and you can watch the clip below:

Matthew Gray Gubler (Dr Spencer Reid) will star in the upcoming indie comedy Hot Air. He will play the son of a man who fakes his own death, and the pair meet at the father’s funeral.

CSI Files previously posted the trailer for the upcoming animated film Batman: Assault on Arkham, which features Gubler’s voice acting. The movie will be released in August.

Thomas Gibson (Aaron Hotchner) is part of the cast for the new direct-to-video animated film Son of Batman. He provided the voice for Deathstroke. Here’s a clip featuring Gibson’s voice:


Son of Batman – Talia clip | Batman-News.com by BatmanNewsCom

Finally, here are some tweets and photos:


NCIS: LA

Check out this TV Guide scan relating to the season finale:

Eric Christian Olsen (Marty Deeks) and Daniela Ruah (Kensi Blye) will be on Queen Latifah’s talk show this Tuesday, May 13. Here’s the episode promo:

Here’s a video featuring Olsen and his mother, from ET Online:

Fight technical advisor Rafael Kayanan spoke to wikiDeeks about the “Frozen Lake” metaphor as it relates to the relationship between Deeks and Kensi.

Renée Felice Smith (Nell Jones) is part of the upcoming fifth season of the short film series FutureStates, which starts on May 14. You can find a brief clip here.

Finally, here are some tweets, including information about the beginning of season six and photos from the season 5 wrap party:

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