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

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Season 10
NCIS: Los Angeles

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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 30, 2018
2
Air date: Oct 7, 2018
3
Air date: Oct 14, 2018
4
Air date: Oct 21, 2018
5
Air date: Oct 28, 2018
6
Air date: Nov 4, 2018
7
Air date: Nov 11, 2018
8
Air date: Nov 18, 2018
9
Air date: Nov 25, 2018
10
Air date: Dec 9, 2018
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Season 10 of the drama series opens just moments after the end of the previous season: with the team badly injured after a rocket hit their vehicle and cut off from communications, they fear that the cartel might come back and finish the job. While Callen (Chris O'Donnell), Sam (LL Cool J), Kensi (Daniela Ruah) and an unconscious Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) look for a safe place, Mosely (Nia Long) and Admiral Hollace Kilbride (Gerald McRaney) try to assist them from the U.S. Once home, the team goes back to working on their usual cases: armed robberies, kidnappings, assassinations, and corruption. However, the cartel didn't forget about them and directly targets Mosley and her son.

Cast

Chris O'Donnell
as G. Callen
LL Cool J
as Sam Hanna
Linda Hunt
as Henrietta Lange
Daniela Ruah
as Kensi Blye
Eric Christian Olsen
as Marty Deeks
Barrett Foa
as Eric Beal
Nia Long
as Shay Mosely
Peter Jacobson
as John Rogers
Esai Morales
as NCIS Deputy Director Louis Ochoa
Bar Paly
as Agent Anna Kolcheck
Pamela Reed
as Roberta Deeks
Gerald McRaney
as Retired Navy Admiral Hollace Kilbride
Marsha Thomason
as NCIS Special Agent Nicole DeChamps
Medalion Rahimi
as NCIS Special Agent Fatima Namazi
Max Martini
as Arlo Turk
Vyto Ruginis
as Arkady Kolcheck
Erik Palladino
as CIA Officer Vostanik Sabatino
David James Elliott
as Navy Captain Harmon "Harm" Rabb Jr.
Eyas Younis
as David Sarraf
Karina Logue
as Det. Ellen Whiting
Doug Tompos
as Navy Chief Warrant Officer Walter Purdue
Elizabeth Bogush
as Joelle Taylor
Bill Goldberg
as Lance Hamilton
Roxana Brusso
as Navy Commander Valerie Torres
Paulina Olszynski
as Tiffany Williams
Albert Kong
as Maze Cooper
Hector Hugo
as Emilio Torres
Cedric Sanders
as Retired Marine Sergeant Odell Ikande
Dendrie Taylor
as Elizabeth Williams
Jeff Kober
as Harris Keane
Sprague Grayden
as Olivia Baird
Colby French
as Phillip Beckett
Sara Homayoon
as Ashti Lajani
Janora McDuffie
as Nurse Natasha
Alex Ross
as Joel Simoni
Sheila Cutchlow
as Patricia Lexington
Jolene Kim
as Navy Lieutenant Cynthia Zhang
Dustin Green
as Wasted Guy
Kathleen Gati
as Judge Jessica Lee
Phillip Smithey
as Jerome Bailey
Diana Lu
as Madee
Dar Dixon
as Phillip Robbins
Stephanie Hodge
as Tangerine
Sterling Jones
as Marine Major Jonathon Perkins
David S. Lee
as Pavel Volkoff
Duncan Campbell
as NCIS Agent Castor
Dominic Pace
as Hargrove
Katie Malia
as Cassidy
Chuck Ashworth
as LAPD Officer
Ravil Isyanov
as Anatoli Kirkin
Sabrina Revelle
as Laura Garcia
Carl Chao
as NCIS Special Agent Afloat Brian Lee
J'Antonio Baguez
as Hector Leyva
Mark Dippolito
as Lonny McKay
Thomas Crawford
as Jeffrey Kelly
Ashley Rae Spillers
as Sydney Jones
India de Beaufort
as Alexandra Reynolds
Catherine Bell
as Navy Lieutenant Colonel Sarah "Mac" Mackenzie
Dina Meyer
as Veronica Stephens
Kerr Smith
as FBI Special Agent David Ross
Daniel J. Travanti
as Nikita Aleksandr
Aliah Seavey
as Kelly James
Mercedes Masohn
as DEA Agent Talia Del Campo
Drew Waters
as DSS Agent Brian Bush
Delon de Metz
as Andre Martinez
Ritesh Rajan
as Deputy Crown Prince Kamal
MacCallister Byrd
as Greg Papastathis
Tait Fletcher
as Rob Durant
Ravi Kapoor
as General Omer Abidi
Lamont Thompson
as Spencer Williams
T.J. Ramini
as Tobin Shaked
Skyler Davenport
as Mellow Woman
Skyler Davenport
as Mellow Woman
Michael Roark
as Michael Baird
Alyssa Diaz
as NCIS Special Agent Jasmine Garcia
Antwon Tanner
as Avron Berry
Greg Serano
as FBI Special Agent Diego Gonzalez
Amber Friendly
as Navy Lieutenant Commander Brittany Gomez
Meera Simhan
as Sahar Abidi
Britt Rentschler
as Sarah Lombard
Lisa Kaminir
as Andrea Nelson
Eve Harlow
as Katie Miller
Michael Cram
as Retired Army Colonel Trevor Lawford
Serafin Falcon
as Francisco
Reiley McClendon
as Marine Staff Sgt. Brad Hawkins
Rima Haddad
as Rana Azim
Justin Paul
as Brian Booker
Denise Crosby
as Deputy U.S. Marshal Tisha Long
Rene Moran
as Calvin Sims
Gil Birmingham
as Navy Captain Steven Douglas
Sofía Lama
as Ella Juanega
Michelle Clunie
as Luanne Hadlow
Shane McMahon
as Army CID Special Agent Steve Evans
Derek Basco
as Hank Tam
Sara Visser
as Karen St. Pierre
Nicholas Hayner
as Navy Seal Petty Officer Alonzo Garcia
Elizabeth Anweis
as Casey Aquilar
Kate Lacey-Kiley
as Medical Examiner Amy Shuler
Michael Galante
as Marine Reserve Staff Sgt. Ernie Garza
Oscar Nunez
as Lionel Fernandez
Nadine Ellis
as Navy Lieutenant Commander Quinn
Torri Higginson
as CIA Deputy Director for Operations Alison Baker
Mark Labella
as Jordan Abalos
Stephen Chang
as FBI Special Agent Yim
Makai Dudeck
as Jake Reynolds
Michael McShane
as Warden John Newton
Michael Kostroff
as Robert Fenton
Nawal Bengholam
as Nour Abar
Claudio Pinto
as Jerry Fuentes
David Chan
as Nurse Steven Hong
Linda Elena Tovar
as U.S. Forest Ranger Vanessa Aguilar
Ariel Llinas
as General Arturo Vásquez
Roz Witt
as Gertrude
Stacie Greenwell
as Sonya Morales
Wilson Ramirez
as Ignacio Rodriquez
Ted King
as Phil Carmona
Mary-Bonner Baker
as Amanda Kelby
Gene Farber
as Darius Reznikov
Don Wallace
as Navy Seal Senior Chief Frank Wallace
Jake Faunce
as Andrew Silva
Link Ruiz
as Bag Man
Annalisa Cochrane
as Emily Conway
Nikki McCauley
as Cristina Wallace
Dave Florek
as Frazier
Joni Bovill
as TSA Agent
Ajay Mehta
as Ibrahim Alvi
Steve Fisher
as Edward Morrison
Tim True
as Anton Yashnikov
Nick Rhys
as Rick Dotson
Heidi Moneymaker
as Rachel Conway
Tony Van Halle
as Lincoln #1
Dalila Ali Rajah
as Bored TSA Agent
Kayvon Esmaili
as Lincoln #3
Noelle Messier
as Security Guard
Spencer Daniels
as Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Vincent Davis
Vivan Dugré
as Nancy Briones
Brittini London
as Bartender
Hira Ambrosino
as Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Evans
Jalyn Hall
as Derrick
Christopher Goodman
as Navy Captain Dean Hadlow
Taymour Ghazi
as James Wallace
Adrian Anchondo
as Daniel Aquilar
Shiloh Nelson
as Amanda Wallace
Matty Castano
as U.S. Marshall Will Reyes
Faruk Amireh
as Fadhil Sarraf
Orel De La Mota
as Michael Vásquez
Amir Kamali
as Abbas Jalal
Julianna Gamiz
as Elena Garcia
Samantha Cope
as Alessandra
Janet Song
as Female TSA Agent
Casey King
as Lucas Walker
Darone Okolie
as Tre Houston
Isaac Cheung
as Alan Chen
Mia A. Trella
as Callie Brione
Danny Boushebel
as Wasim Ghulam
Gregory James Cohan
as Prison Guard Alvin Bell
Sharmita Bhattacharya
as Rebecca Sadat
Raymond Guy Wilson
as Navy Gunner's Mate Michael Skinner
Sean Burgos
as Orderly/Juan Hernandez
Austin Bowerman
as FBI Special Agent Nelson
Abraham Luna
as Sheriff
Sue Shaheen
as Female Petty Officer 1st Class
Joe Spellman
as Billy Friedman
Razaaq Adoti
as Masked Man
Sara Donchey
as ZNN Reporter Sarita Diaz
Delarosa Rivera
as Williams' Last Man
Vachik Mangassarian
as Fake Iranian President
Reece Rios
as Mr. Ryland
Thomas Lumberg Jr.
as LAPD Detective #1
Carin Chea
as Valerie
Gillian White
as Instructor
Bianca Lopez
as Paramedic
Ahmed El-Mawas
as Arab Soldier
Sam Avishay
as Chechen Fighter
Paris Benjamin
as Alexandra Duvivier
Kolio Kolev
as Muhammad Pliyev
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Critic Reviews for NCIS: Los Angeles Season 10

All Critics (1) | Top Critics (0)

Much of what most viewers didn't like about NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 seemed well on its way to being undone on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 10 Episode 1. And that's fine with me.

Oct 1, 2018 | Rating: 4.5/5 | Full Review…

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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