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Season One of NCIS: Los Angeles The two pilot episodes for NCIS: Los Angeles were aired as part of the sixth season of NCIS. Season one premiered in the United States on 22 September 2009, in the 9:00-10:00 PM Eastern Standard Time slot on Tuesday evenings immediately following NCIS (series).
- Season One Cast
|G. Callen||Chris O'Donnell||Special Agent, NCIS:OSP|
|Kensi Blye||Daniela Ruah||Special Agent, NCIS:OSP|
|Sam Hanna||LL Cool J||Special Agent, NCIS:OSP|
|Dominic Vail 2009-2010||Adam Jamal Craig||Special Agent, NCIS:OSP|
|Adam Craig did not appear in the pilot episode, he debuted the character of Vail in the series premiere. As of episode 1.15 Adam Craig is no longer listed as a series regular. Agent Vail was killed in the line of duty.|
|Nate Getz||Peter Cambor||Operational Psychologist, NCIS:OSP|
|Henrietta Lange||Linda Hunt||Operations Manager, NCIS:OSP|
|Linda Hunt did not appear in the pilot episode, she debuted her character in the series premiere.|
|Lara Macy||Louise Lombard||Former Special Agent in charge, NCIS:OSP|
|Louise Lombard's character of Lara Macy only appeared in the pilot. She was later found murdered in the NCIS Season 7 episode, "Patriot Down".|
- Shading indicates that a character is deceased
Several changes were made to the cast during the period between the airing of the two pilot episodes in the Spring of 2009, and the series premiere on 22 September 2009. The first change made to the cast occurred when Louise Lombard who had played the role of Special Agent in Charge, Lara Macy was released from her contract because, the character of Lara Macy had received a negative reaction from the viewers and was written out of series. The second change to the cast occurred when Adam Jamal Crag was cast as the "Probie" Special Agent, Dominic Vail after the pilot episodes had aired. The final cast change occurred in late May when Academy Award winning actress, Linda Hunt, was cast to portray Henrietta Lange, the Operations Manager for the Office of Special Projects. Also, the status of the character Eric Beale played by Barrett Foa was altered so that instead of being a series regular, Foa's character would instead be classified as a recurring character.
Shane Brennan confirmed that Rocky Carroll's character of Leon Vance, Director of NCIS will appear in as many as ten episodes during the first season.
As of episode 1.15, The Bank Job, Adam Jamal Craig is no longer billed as a series regular.
|Pilot||0a||Episode:Legend (Part 1) (NCIS)||April 28th 2009.||The Major Case Response Team led by Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs investigate the death of a Marine with the investigation forcing Gibbs and fellow NCIS Agent Timothy McGee to head to Los Angeles where they work with their counterparts, the Office of Special Projects. This episode is part of NCIS Season 6 and also the first part of the backdoor pilot episode for NCIS: Los Angeles.|
|0b||Episode:Legend (Part 2) (NCIS)||May 5th 2009.||With the appearance of Mossad agent Michael Rivkin, NCIS race against the clock to find the remaining terrorists before Rivkin can kill them while back in D.C, NCIS agent Tony DiNozzo begins wondering if his partner, Mossad Liaison Officer Ziva David is truly loyal to NCIS. This episode is a part of NCIS Season 6 and also the second and final part of the backdoor pilot episode for NCIS: Los Angeles and also the final episode to have Louise Lombard (Lara Macy) as a member of the cast that was assembled for the proposed spin-off.|
|1||1||Episode:Identity||September 22nd 2009.||Having successfully recovered from the drive-by shooting that nearly killed him, Callen returns to work for the OSP and finds that things have changed in his absence. As the team adjusts to Callen's return, they find themselves tackling the case of a Navy Commander who supposedly died after being caught in a stand-off between a drug cartel and members of the Los Angeles Police Department. This is the series premiere and also the first-ever episode of NCIS: Los Angeles as a stand-alone series and also marks the debut appearances of new Operations manager, Henrietta Lange and new NCIS Special Agent, Dominic Vail.|
|2||2||The Only Easy Day||September 29th 2009.||A drug dealer kills a SEAL|
|3||3||Predator||6 Oct 2009||First appearance of Jim Rivers portrayed by Rob Evors.|
|4||4||Search and Destroy||13 Oct 2009||Jim Rivers became the first recurring character not employed by NCIS to appear in the series having previously appeared in Predator|
|5||5||Killshot||20 Oct 2009||Pauley Perrette appeared in this episode with the episode itself being part one of a two part crossover that concluded on the original NCIS series. This episode introduces Lee Wuan Kai, an assassin with ties to Director Vance|
|6||6||Keepin' It Real||3 Nov 2009||A Marine leads a double life that results in his murder|
|7||7||Pushback||10 Nov 2009||Case is related to the attempted murder of Callen.|
|8||8||Ambush||17 Nov 2009||While Hetty in Washington D.C. Callen and the team investigate the death of a Lance Corporal and the theft of anti tank missiles both of which are traced back to a militia group|
|9||9||Random On Purpose||24 Nov 2009||Pauley Perrette appeared as Abby Sciuto in this episode which is her second and final appearance to date on the NCIS: Los Angeles series|
|10||10||Brimstone||15 Dec 2009||An EOD officer seeks revenge|
|11||11||Breach||5 Jan 2010||Moe Dusa is introduced|
|12||12||Past Lives||12 Jan 2010||A past life of Callen's has connection to a present case|
|13||13||Missing||26 Jan 2010||Agent Vail is kidnapped|
|14||14||LD50||2 Feb 2010||OSP must stop an anthrax attack|
|15||15||The Bank Job||9 Feb 2010||Agent Blye is wounded while at a bank|
|16||16||Chinatown||2 Mar 2010||Nate is partnered with Kensi|
|17||17||Full Throttle||9 Mar 2010||The case centers on illegal street racing|
|18||18||Blood Brothers||16 Mar 2010||The case centers on a street gang|
|19||19||Hand-to-Hand||6 Apr 2010||Strikeforce MMA Fighters Dan Henderson, Frank Shamrock, Gilbert Melendez, Josh Thomson, KJ Noons and Cung Le appear as themselves in the episode|
|20||20||Fame||27 Apr 2010||Detective Marty Deeks's first assignment as the liaison between NCIS and LAPD,|
|21||21||Found||4 May 2010||A tip leads to information about Dom.|
|22||22||Hunted||11 May 2010||OSP and CID jointly track an escaped terrorist|
|23||23||Burned||18 May 2010||Callen is compromised and must sever all ties with OSP|
|24||24||Callen, G||25 May 2010||Season finale in which Trent Kort makes his first and only appearance to date on the show|
Production Notes Edit
Originally CBS ordered twenty-two episodes for the first season of NCIS: Los Angeles, however, the network has augmented their order by ordering two additional episodes, The increase is part of an effort to compensate for the cancellation of several other shows which were cancelled due to low ratings.
|NCIS: Los AngelesSeasons of|
|Season One ♦ Season Two ♦ Season Three ♦ Season Four ♦ Season Five ♦ Season Six