NCIS: Los Angeles: September

ncis_laHeads up NCIS fans, TEN is to replay those two “Legends” episodes in a clear run-up to the launch of the new season of NCIS: Los Angeles.

The spin-off features Chris O’Donnell, LL Cool J, Peter Cambor, Daniela Ruah, Adam Jamal Craig and Linda Hunt.

The two eps will air back to back from 8:30pm Wednesday September 23rd, meaning the new series is a dead cert for September 30th.

Bet your grandma on it.

18 Comments:

  1. @henry, I think L&O UK only has about 6 episodes in its first season – the UK have short seasons remember…so they should all play out by the time NCIS LA starts.

  2. The main ‘banner’ ad on the homepage of buyten.com.au states that NCIS: LA will air Wednesday 30 September.. And that ad has been there for at least a week!

    Also mentions the new season of NCIS for Tuesday 29 September.

  3. @Knowfirst:

    Wow, seriously?
    It’s best TEN stay a week behind, because if there’s a delay in the US (skipped episode from sporting event or something) then we loose a week’s episode.

  4. If TEN dont get the first ep of the original in the first 2 weeks it premieres in the US, Im going straight to the CBS web. Cant wait that long TEN.

    Thanks for that bit of info Andrew B!

  5. @Knowfirst – So in your ‘quest’ against programmers you are willing to not support the people who make the show? I agree that they should do better, but coming out with your first statement had nothing to do with that. You complained about the wait. If everyone did what you do, guess what, there would be no television. People pirating TV shows are as much to blame as what shoddy programming is.

  6. @Knowfirst – it is people like you that are ruining television! its just on a weeks difference-that is right up there in terms of fastracking… i can understand (not agree but understand) when shows are months, even years behind, but your just being pig headed-seriously did you just want the chance to brag that you know how to brake the law?

    No Tommy – it’s programmers that are ruining television by running programs overtime, running them out of order or not running them at all. Why the hell would I trust Seven, Nine or Ten when they have shown nothing but contempt for their viewers for so long? Until the day these networks run programmes same-day, with dedicated timeslots (on the half-hour or top of hour, not 13 minutes past or 37 minutes past), in order and in full, then they don’t deserve my patronage. Did you not read TV Tonight’s recent survey?

    And if I wanted to “brake” the law I’d drive my car doing it. And the word is “you’re”. Back to school for you. 😛

  7. @Knowfirst – it is people like you that are ruining television! its just on a weeks difference-that is right up there in terms of fastracking… i can understand (not agree but understand) when shows are months, even years behind, but your just being pig headed-seriously did you just want the chance to brag that you know how to brake the law?
    i hope you never complain about the state of television-because its your actions (and others like you) that diminish advertising revenue and stop riskier (and potentially better) programming.
    i honestly cant believe you would just come out and say something as stupid as that on a site like this.

  8. A week’s wait is good. A week is fine by me (lets the networks fix their schedule). People who are too impatient to wait a measly week are not true supporters of the program … by not watching it and getting it from “elsewhere” you are ripping off the creators of the show.

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