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‘NCIS Los Angeles’ spoilers: Filming on Hollywood Boulevard has fans excited

Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J
Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J
Photo by Ethan Miller

The fans of “NCIS: Los Angeles" will get a big Hollywood treat on Tuesday night. While the show will offer up the typical crime fighting story, there is more and the viewers should be excited. The first look of the show reveals that the segment was taped at the Hollywood and Highland Mall which is steps away from the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the famous TLC Chinese Theatre. According to TV Fanatic on Sunday, the show is looking to take down some back guys and the viewers get to see iconic Hollywood places in the process.

The sneak peek photos show the cast hanging around the mall and there are two distinct elements that visitors of the area will notice. The first is the special sidewalk that is seen as the characters walk by. Offering up sayings from famous celebrities, the darker colored sidewalk weaves around the mall as guests go from area to area until they reach the final location where a picture can be taken in front of the iconic Hollywood sign. This unique path is exclusive to the Hollywood mall and every week thousands of visitors walk this path on vacation.

The second unique feature is hanging next to the escalators. Mirrors, all shapes and sizes, greet visitors when they go from level to level. It's a very cool element that distinguishes the area from any other mall in the country. It refracts light and looks awesome in person (and it looks good on the show too.)

This “NCIS: Los Angeles” spoiler offers story details about the upcoming show. Fans who do not want information about the upcoming episode called “One More Chance” should not read any further. The theft of software for a new unmanned aerial vehicle has NCIS Special Agent Sam Hanna is convinced that it is connected with another case.

Agent Hanna once provided protection detail in Saudi Arabia for the lead engineer's 10-year-old daughter. The coincidence of the disappearance seems to be related to the software theft. Important to national security, the software is used to control unmanned aerial vehicles. Sam's hunch is followed and leads to a shocking surprise.

Knowing that there is only one chance to find the 10-year-old girl plus get the software back, the team has to strike fast to get answers and results. Saving the world this week has fans cheering on Agent Hanna as he is instrumental in making difference to the young girl in trouble.

“NCIS: Los Angeles” airs on Tuesday at 9 p.m. on CBS.

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