NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 10 (2018 - 2019)


Season 10
NCIS: Los Angeles

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Air date: Sep 30, 2018

After a mission in Mexico, Callen, Sam and Kensi must find a way home with an unconscious Deeks in tow; Mosely and retired Navy Admiral Hollace Kilbride look for assistance with their missing colleagues.

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Air date: Oct 7, 2018

A prototype tactical assault suit is stolen from a Navy base and used in a jewelry heist; the team must determine who stole the suit and what their next target is; retired Navy Admiral Hollace Kilbride temporarily oversees the team.

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Air date: Oct 14, 2018

Callen and Sam are assigned protection duty for Deputy Crown Prince Kamal after an assassin targets his decoy upon arrival in Los Angeles.

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Air date: Oct 21, 2018

Members of the NCIS team are in danger after their pictures, as well as Mosley and her son's names, are included on a cartel hit list; Mosley is questioned about the off-the-books mission in Mexico.

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Air date: Oct 28, 2018

While assisting the team with an undercover operation, an informant is arrested; Callen meets with ATF Agent Anna Kolcheck, who remains on suspension following her last joint case with NCIS.

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Air date: Nov 4, 2018

The team attempts to locate Mosley after she murders a cartel hit man and goes off the grid.

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Air date: Nov 11, 2018

The team partners with the State Department after the murder of an arms dealer is connected to a series of crimes seemingly executed by someone with elite special forces training; Callen visits ATF Agent Anna Kolcheck in prison.

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Air date: Nov 18, 2018

Deputy Director Ochoa volunteers the team to assist with a covert operation aimed at taking down a terrorist group; Callen is concerned about what this kind of assignment may mean for the future of the team.

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Air date: Nov 25, 2018

Robbers steal money, jewelry and highly classified information from a Navy captain's home; Deeks and Kensi interview candidates to manage the bar.

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Air date: Dec 9, 2018

An elaborate bank heist to steal a single safe deposit box held by a Navy contractor leads NCIS to investigate her corrupt consulting firm.

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Cast & Crew

Chris O'Donnell
Special Agent G. Callen

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LL Cool J
Special Agent Sam Hanna

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Linda Hunt
Henrietta "Hetty" Lange

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Daniela Ruah
Special Agent Kensi Blye

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Eric Christian Olsen
LAPD Detective Marty Deeks

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Barrett Foa
Tech Operator Eric Beale

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Renée Felice Smith
Intelligence Analyst Nell Jones

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Nia Long
Executive Assistant Director Shay Mosley

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Pamela Reed
Roberta Deeks

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David James Elliott
Navy Captain Harmon "Harm" Rabb Jr.

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Bar Paly
ATF Agent Anastasia "Anna" Kolcheck

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Gerald McRaney
Retired Navy Admiral Hollace Kilbride

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Esai Morales
NCIS Deputy Director Louis Ochoa

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Medalion Rahimi
NCIS Special Agent Fatima Namazi

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Max Martini
Arlo Turk

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Marsha Thomason
NCIS Special Agent Nicole DeChamps

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Vyto Ruginis
Arkady Kolcheck

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Peter Jacobson
John Rogers

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Carl Chao
NCIS Special Agent Afloat Brian Lee

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Nazo Bravo
Joe Jirani

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Shane Brennan
Executive Producer
R. Scott Gemmill
Executive Producer
John P. Kousakis
Executive Producer
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Audience Reviews for NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 10

  • May 28, 2020
    I write this review with a heavy heart. Having watched all of NCIS I switched to NCIS LA and slowly grew to love this series. Series 9 stood out as poor, but I had hoped it was a one off and that the series could only get better. I was wrong. The writing is tired and predictable making the show at times laughable and at others difficult to watch. Previous and recurring themes include: Hetty disappears and reappears. NCIS LA is investigated by a mean boss because they are being ‘noticed' in Washington (despite literally saving the world). Mean boss becomes nice. The CIA are bad. The CIA are helpful. G loses a girlfriend. G gains a dad. G loses a dad. Kensi / Marty get really hurt and they love each other. Kensi / Marty fall out and can't love each other. Nell / Eric are really clever. Nell / Eric act like five-year olds (normally Infront of the mean boss). None of the above are ‘spoilers' because all this has happened before and will probably happen again. The following examples of the show illustrate how poor the writing has become but do contain spoilers: We are meant to believe that the team would risk their lives and careers for Mosley when she has been nothing but vile and nasty to them all? The team escapes the Mexican army after their car is hit by a rocket from 50 yards away? Kensi can just shoot at (and hit) people on motor cross bikes because she thinks they are bad. Mosely can start a small war in another country, yet it is Anna who goes to jail for murdering an arms dealer (despite him shooting at her and reaching for something just before he is shot). The show is increasingly becoming a show about love and not crime. The Nell / Eric interactions are literally stomach turning and add nothing to the show. Kensi / Marty continue to love each other, then fall out, then love each other and finally they get married. The marriage episode was a fiasco. Russian meanies manage to walk into a wedding full of government agents? Hetty reappears, drives a car through a wall, missing all the goodies and hitting only the baddies before conducting the wedding service. (I joke you not). Many fist fights follow, tearing wedding dresses before we get another stomach-turning moment when we hear the wedding vows. I could go on. Finally, as well as the fans, I also feel sorry for the actors. They are having to suddenly behave in such odd ways and say such poor lines. Eric is continually acting like a love-struck puppy, especially when the ‘mean' boss is present. Marty now says one off, out of place lines. ‘Where is the gift shop?' he asks, as they try and escape from Chlorine gas filled bunker. Kensi has become ‘dizzy', saying really out of place things Even Sam gets to act in a way that is out of character. Mention a SEAL getting hurt and he will start foaming at the mouth and acting like the law is not important. A comment about a white nationalist gang is met with him spitting on the ground. None of this is in character with a man of his honour. Fans have invested a lot of time in this show and its characters and want it to work. But the writing will need to improve or fans will soon hope that Washington finally closes down NCIS LA.
  • Apr 01, 2019
    this show was good but is now full off wokeness can't stomach it anymore
  • Sep 22, 2018
    one of my very fav. shows. Have watched EVERY episode.

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