In a new post on Twitter, you can see Brian Dietzen confirm that he and two of his other co-stars in Emily Wickersham and Duane Henry joined NCIS: Los Angeles stars Eric Christian Olsen, Daniela Ruah, and Nia Long in paying a visit over to the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, a place that is in constant need of cheer. These shows are all about watching actors do their best to play heroes, but these casts both recognize that there are many real heroes fighting every day who need some positive energy this time of year. Maybe many of them are also NCIS fans to go along with it.
Just in case you wanted another reminder that NCIS is one of the most charitable shows on television, here it is — remember that this is also the second major instance of the cast giving back that we’ve witnessed over the past month and a half. We’ve also seen Sean Murray, Henry, Dietzen, and Wilmer Valderrama also take part in a recent USO event honoring the men and women of the military. When you consider the sort of work days that these cast members have during the season, often filming over 12 hours at a time, it makes some of these visits all the more impressive. They recognize that they can use their star power as a further means of encouraging and celebrating others.
As for the shows themselves, we know that there’s some big stuff coming since both NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles have some major arcs going on. In the case of NCIS, we currently have one of the best villains we’ve seen all season! Meanwhile, on NCIS: Los Angeles we’re still waiting for a chance to see Hetty alongside the remainder of the team again after her departure in the premiere.
For those of you who are missing both NCIS and NCIS: Los Angeles, rest assured that there are episodes of both still coming up before we get around to the end of 2017. If you want to read more news about the next NCIS episode in particular, you can do that by heading over to the link here.
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— Brian Dietzen (@BrianDietzen) December 1, 2017
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