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How hot, or cold, will the "Densi" interaction be this season, now that the Bickersons have finally hooked up? Surprisingly, perhaps, the reset button on that romance hasn't been hit. "There are a lot of fun moments between them early in the season as they try to sort out their relationship," Brennan reveals. "It isn't as black-and-white as people think, and we try to keep it as a real workplace romance, especially one with guns and explosions and people trying to kill you. We don't want to leave the audience thinking that now we've turned it off and we might turn it on again later. We're trying to integrate the ups and downs of their relationship throughout the season." Expect downs early on. Ruah tweeted a photo of herself in boxing regalia, which could offer a clue to the state of their union. "There's a very intense fight scene with her and Deeks in one episode, which is a lot of fun," Brennan says. "Kensi could be taking a little bit of her frustration out on Deeks, so it's lucky they're both wearing head protection."
NCIS Los Angeles - Season 6
If you wondered whether or not Callen might ever see some action, too, well, you may not have to be envious indefinitely, O'Donnell fans. Brennan promises that the new season will bring "more than a little romance," for Callen, and he's not just making that vow to further tease "Densi" shippers. Later in the season, Callen will be involved in a fairly intense romantic arc "featuring one of the characters the fans have come to love as well," Brennan says, before adding, "I won't say who it is and I won't say anymore about it."
Because of the extended storyline the producers came up with last year to accommodate Ruah's pregnancy, "we're lucky this season," Brennan notes. "We have a lot of stories we held over from last season, thanks to the Kensi-in-Afghanistan arc. This season, because we don't have that prolonged storyline, everyone's excited about some of the smaller arcs we're doing and some of the really intense action episodes we've got planned."
Despite premiering in September 2009 to mixed critical reception, NCIS: LA proved to possess the audience wooing power of its predecessor, pulling in insane ratings figures at CBS, thus the show went on and eventually fared better among the critics. Throughout its run, NCIS: LA underwent 7 changes to its time slot but impressively maintained a decent viewership ranking. The show currently airs in the Sunday time slot and averages 6.06 million viewers per episode while the ongoing season has since its premier pulled in over 4.2 billion minutes in viewing time. Given those numbers, it's safe to say the show is bowing out on a high note.
May 11 is the beginning of the end with the wrapping up of Ghosts' second season, and then the dates roll out as shown below, with the season officially finishing on May 24 with a 3-hour Survivor finale.
Unlike the mothership NCIS series, which stayed in its original Tuesday time slot for almost two decades until recently relocating to Monday, NCIS: Los Angeles has been a classic utility player for CBS, moving seven times in 14 seasons and helping reestablish a beachfront for the network with scripted series on Sunday.
The series, created by Shane Brennan, is averaging 6.06 million viewers and is the top scripted program in its Sunday 10 PM slot. Season to date, new episodes have amassed more than 591 million potential social media impressions and Americans have watched over 4.2 billion minutes (through Jan. 15) of the current season. 041b061a72