Chris O’Donnell has accomplished many things that fans will remember him by for years to come, having starred as Robin in ‘Batman Forever’ and ‘Batman & Robin,’ and currently portraying Special Agent G. Callen in ‘NCIS: Los Angeles,’ but his most recent accomplishment will definitely leave a mark forever... literally.
CBS announced yesterday that the Walk of Fame Selection Committee of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has chosen the forty-three year old actor as one of the honorees in the television category to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame next year.
O’Donnell will be joined by some great company, too, as fellow CBS stars, Julianna Margulies of ‘The Good Wife,’ and Jim Parsons of ‘The Big Bang Theory,’ will also be honored with their own stars in the 2015 ceremony.
In a May 14 press release, CBS announced that ‘L.A.’ will be replaced by the latest ‘NCIS’ spin-off, ‘NCIS: New Orleans,’ and ‘NCIS: L.A.’ will now air on Monday nights at 10:00PM, following one of the newest CBS shows, ‘Scorpion,’ which is set to make its debut in the fall.
The season five finale of ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ left fans in limbo when a submarine was hijacked with agents, G. Callen and Sam Hanna, inside, locked in a room on the sub with ammonium nitrate, which can potentially be used as a component in explosives. Viewers will now have to impatiently wait for September to arrive to finally have answers regarding the fate of their beloved agents.
‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ currently airs Tuesday nights at 9:00PM, and will return for its sixth season with all new episodes this fall in its brand new time slot, Monday nights at 10:00PM, on CBS.