NCIS: Los Angeles: Photos From Tonight’s Season 9 FinaleNCIS: Los Angeles: Photos From Tonight’s Season 9 Finale
Preview images and guest cast list for the NCIS: Los Angeles Season 9 finale episodes "A Line in the Sand" and "Ninguna Salida" NCIS: Los Angeles: Photos From Tonight’s Season 9 Finale

“A Line in the Sand” and “Ninguna Salida” are the titles of the two episodes of NCIS: Los Angeles that will make up tonight’s two-hour season finale on CBS. The two episodes start an hour earlier than usual, at 8PM ET/PT. Here’s how CBS describes the episodes:

Sam is shot during a firefight with a cartel, and a suspect reveals new information on the whereabouts of Spencer Williams (Lamont Thompson), the man who kidnapped Mosley’s son five years ago. Despite several team members having grave reservations, NCIS travels to Mexico for a daring mission to locate and rescue Mosley’s son, on back-to-back episodes of the ninth season finale of NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, May 20 (8:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Some photos from the season finale can be found below. Yes, NCIS: Los Angeles will be back for Season 10 in the Fall.

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"A Line in the Sand" and "Ninguna Salida" - Pictured: Chris O'Donnell (Special Agent G. Callen). Sam is shot during a firefight with a cartel, and a suspect reveals new information on the whereabouts of Spencer Williams (Lamont Thompson), the man who kidnapped Mosley's son five years ago. Despite several team members having grave reservations, NCIS travels to Mexico for a daring mission to locate and rescue Mosley's son, on back-to-back episodes of the ninth season finale of NCIS: LOS ANGELES, Sunday, May 20 (8:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Photo: Erik Voake/CBS ©2018 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

NCIS: Los Angeles stars Chris O’Donnell (Special Agent G. Callen), LL COOL J (Special Agent Sam Hanna), Linda Hunt (Henrietta “Hetty” Lange), Daniela Ruah (Special Agent Kensi Blye), Eric Christian Olsen (LAPD Detective Marty Deeks), Barrett Foa (Tech Operator Eric Beale), Renée Felice Smith (Intelligence Analyst Nell Jones), and Nia Long (Executive Assistant Director Shay Mosley). Recurring cast includes Andrea Bordeaux as NCIS Special Agent Harley Hidoko.

“A Line in the Sand” guest stars Neal Kodinsky (Miguel Angel Reyes), Greg Serano (FBI Special Agent Roger Gonzalez), D. Elliot Woods (NCIS Agent), Lamont Thompson (Spencer Williams), and Ariel Llinas (General Arturo Vasquez).

Guests in “Ninguna Salida” include Max Martini (Arlo Turk), Lamont Thompson (Spencer Williams), Ariel Llinas (General Arturo Vasquez), Lyduan Gonzalez (Security Captain), Rick Mancia (Paco), Joseph A. Garcia (Ignacio), Jalyn Hall (Derrick), Marisol Ramirez (Juana), and Rafael Martinez (Marco).

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  • Ruthie

    May 22, 2018 #1 Author

    So glad to read that many others cannot stand the Mosley character. That has made it a difficult season to watch, but I stick with it because I like the plots and the main characters that have been there since the beginning. It was nice when Hidoko was out in the field, she became more interesting and not just Mosley’s puppet.. I hope it wasn’t her in the fire. And did the team get blown up? Probably not if CBS still wants to make more money on the show.

  • Ramolis

    May 22, 2018 #2 Author

    Definitely some crippled out of there, if not in a coma or dead. There isn’t a director that respects his work that would let them off easy, from an explosion like this and there isn’t an audience who will take this show seriously if no one gets damaged (unless you live in a bubble). I liked the fact that Hetty was in a “rogue” rescue mission half the season, Mosly was a necessary evil. She was clear from the beginning, she wasn’t there to make friends. You understand that in the end, her job there is done. Not just rescue her son (her agenda) but also destroy the team (orders to follow). No one liked her. Hopefully, we will get back Hetty and her eccentric ways of doing everything next season. I would like more “rogue” missions for the future and not always USA is in danger of nuclears. It would be nice an inside investigation of other NCIS departments, that they have bad agents, criminals that they are hiding behind their authority and their badge, whatever as long as we get rid of the “cold war” elements with any country opposing as threat. As far as i remember the show was “NCIS LA UNDERCOVER” (that doens necessarily means rogue), but what the heck, we have so many clean cut police-army procedural dramas, why not a “dirty” one? (“dirty” doesnt mean cops that are getting paid by bad guys, or having drug-flesh trafficking blackmailing, business of their own for those that will hurry to oppose) Do we all have to go by the rules? Why all shows have to be for youngsters and happy-enders too? reality isn’t and this show it isn’t supposed to be a rom-com. Put Deeks in a coma, let Kensi carry the guilt for this, agent Hanna should lose a limp or two, and agent G may be his spleen. Bring new agents!!! We all going to love that twist, aren’t we? Cause in a sick way, directors and channels when a show is losing audience or has lived such a long life, instead of doing so, they usually cancel it, so there you’ll have it, if you insist on keeping them alive after this, you will probably kill the show.

  • Jeannine

    May 22, 2018 #3 Author

    It has to be bad when a viewer like me searches for a place to say how much I am disappointed in the way this show ended. While this would have been an unliked episode in the middle of the series – it is unacceptable at the end where resolution is months away. NCIS has risen because of its moral stance. People want that an hour. So y’all have lost the Perhaps it is arrogance due to the longevity. Whatever it was made a big mistake. Lost the audience.

  • B0

    May 22, 2018 #4 Author

    With all the negative comments about Mosley, looks like she played her part very well. Relax, it is just a TV show and I agree that Mosley will be in trouble when the shoe resumes in the fall. Remember it was Hetty who had Deeks brought to the airport.

  • B0b

    May 22, 2018 #5 Author

    With all the negative comments about Mosley, looks like she played her part very well. Relax, it is just a TV show and I agree that Mosley will be in trouble when the shoe resumes in the fall. Remember it was Hetty who had Deeks brought to the airport.

  • Sharon L. Andrews

    May 22, 2018 #6 Author

    I haven’t liked the Moseley character either, mostly because I don’t like change and I thought Hetty wasn’t coming back. Moseley did breathe a bit of life in the show though. I hate to see Hodoko killed off that way; really thought she was badass though.

  • Devi

    May 22, 2018 #7 Author

    i dont like Mosely at all.Dont like the way she treats Deeks and Sam and Callen should shut her up when she fired Deeks and yet it was Deeks and Kensi that rescued her son for the most part.I really hope she has nothing to do with the explosion.

  • DS

    May 23, 2018 #8 Author

    I did not like Mosely or this last episode because it was not authentic and she is not authentic. The writers were not true to the show. Crappy writing! Her firing Deeks was what the writers used to put friction between Deeks and Kenzie. She would not have fired Deeks. Ridiculous! Again, bad writing. Keep the characters and get new writers!!!

  • Cat

    May 28, 2018 #9 Author

    I agree that Mosely it not an authentic character for that kind of an agency. Really? Stillettos and tops cut half way to her navel with boobs sticking out? Very professional looking (for a madame) I think they should rethink her wardrobe and that MIGHT help her believeability, maybe. Even though it’s just a tv show and not our relatives to worry about, it would still be nice if Hidoko isn’t a pile of burnt rubble and Kensi and Deeks get their wedding WITH Sam and Callen in attendance. Very fairy tale but nothing else is real about it so, why not? I’m glad these characters aren’t my relatives to worry about from week to week..

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