I always enjoy this show. It's really evolved over the
years to be fun, interesting and full of action. It has way
more action and fun than the original "NCIS," in fact. They
had to really amp things up to try to catch up to the other
show's popularity (not that they have). Their
characters are really engaging.
Like any of the NCIS shows, you can start watching in
Season 7 and not feel like you've missed all that much (This
isn't "Lost"). There are some multi-part episodes, and
usually one season-long story arc, but otherwise, the
episodes are pretty self-contained.
This season, Callen finally meets his father and learns
his real name (Grisha). They discover that there's a
possible mole in their unit, but they don't find it, so this
will probably carry on to the next season. It's pretty
amazing that the show is still on for 8 seasons (150
episodes this season).
There are many great features on the DVD set that I
enjoyed watching. They are: "Celebrating 150," "Into
Africa," "Seeing Double," "Getting Personal," "Hot
Property," "Happy 50th NCIS," "What's in a Name?," plus
deleted and extended scenes.
My only complaint is the same one I had for the NCIS DVD
this year. They make you go back to the main menu to watch
each episode rather than have a "play all" option. They
don't always make the "Special Features" obvious to find,
either, and they only put 4 episodes per disk.
Otherwise, not a thing to complain about!
Check it out, though, and I know you'll enjoy the
Angeles: The Seventh Season
Coming to DVD
Release Date: August 30
NCIS: Los Angeles arrives
just in time for the premiere of season 8!
NCIS: Los Angeles is about
the high stakes world of a division of
NCIS that is charged with
apprehending dangerous and elusive criminals that
pose a threat to the nation's security. By assuming
false identities and utilizing the most advanced
technology, this team of highly trained agents goes
deep undercover, putting their lives on the line in
the field to bring down their targets.
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