NCIS: Los Angeles Episode 250 behind-the-scenes feature [Video]

Linda Hunt As Hetty
Linda Hunt plays Hetty Lange during Season 11 of NCIS: LA. Pic credit: CBS

Ahead of the huge NCIS: Los Angeles episode on Sunday night, CBS has released a cool behind-the-scenes video. It showcases the NCIS: LA cast having some fun in front of the cameras.

It’s hard to believe that the show is nearly halfway through Season 11 already. It seems like just a few years ago that LL Cool J and Chris O’Donnell were showing up on entertainment shows to speak about their new NCIS spin-off.

Now, that NCIS spin-off is about to hit Episode 250, which is a mark that not very many dramas in the history of television have made.

Below is the fun video that CBS posted on its YouTube account to help the show honor this great achievement. There was a lot of laughter during the reading of the script.

Eric Christian Olsen, who plays Marty Deeks on the show, wrote the new episode with his writing partner. It is advertised as having a lot of humor, drama, and heart to entertain the fans.

Episode 250, which is called Mother, is going to reference the future but also deal with the past of the show. Yes, we will get to see Hetty Lange (Linda Hunt), despite more rumors that she might leave the show.

Without giving away any real spoilers from Season 11, Episode 10 is also going to build up to what takes place during the winter finale of the show. We have some details about what that will be like on December 8.

First, though, its time for the team to be back in action for Episode 250, which takes place on Sunday, December 1. For all fans of the show, this is one that you cannot miss.

It is going to cover a lot of ground, including some new backstory for one Hetty Lange. As if her mysterious character didn’t already have enough in her past.

NCIS: Los Angeles airs Sunday nights at 9/8c on CBS.

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