The eighth episode of “NCIS: Los Angeles” left viewers on the edge of their seats, curious whether field Agent Kensi Blye had reached her end after a mysterious militia group kidnapped her.
“NCIS: Los Angeles” was the first spin-off, premiering in 2009, six years after the original show “NCIS” premiered in 2003. Other spin-offs include “NCIS: New Orleans” and “NCIS: Hawai’i.”
The show is in its 13th season and released the eighth episode, “A Land of Wolves,” on January 9, 2022.
Special Agent G. Callen (L) and Special Agent Sam Hanna (R) on the set of “NCIS: Los Angeles” Photo: Instagram.com/ncisla
Fans hoped to pick up on the 9th episode of the show titled “Under the Influence” on January 23. However, the release dates have been delayed a second time and pushed again to sometime in February.
Following her kidnapping, fans began speculating that the episode would be the final one for Kensi Blye. While some wondered whether Kensi’s mysterious disappearance could indicate she was leaving the show, others are positive that no grave danger would come to her.
Others figured that in most drama shows, the main actors often die towards the end of the season, so fans are hopeful that she will be back as season 13 still has a long way to go.
Daniela Ruah who plays Special Agent Kensi Blye on “NCIS: Los Angeles” | Photo: Getty Images
Since her marriage to Deeks in season 10, their relationship has become a staple on the show, especially since the two decided to try having kids after Agent Marty Deeks walks into a trap and almost dies in a bomb explosion.
Viewers hoped to find out her fate in the ninth episode “Under The Influence,” however, they will have to be a little more patient.
In the 8th episode of the show, “A Land of Wolves,” the NCIS team scrambles to look for Junior Field Agent Kensi after a mysterious militia group attacks and kidnaps her as she helps a group of migrants cross the border.
The militia group, headed by a former general, has regrouped into a nastier band of 11. Kensi is on a mission in Mexico investigating members of a local cartel running a smuggling ring on the migration corridor.