Want to get some of the latest NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 casting news? Then let’s just say that a familiar face from General Hospital may be coming on board.
According to a report from Soaps.com, actress Kathleen Gati is going to be appearing on the upcoming October 28th episode of the series. There isn’t too much information out there about the role just yet, but this isn’t the first time that Gati has appeared on the franchise. Previously, she played the part of Svetlana Chenitzkaya on NCIS proper back in 2008. It’s actually not altogether unusual for an actor these days to play multiple different roles on the franchise — it’s largely a function of them going on for so many years that you do want to find ways in which to use quality people on multiple occasions.
The NCIS franchise is also not the first to practice this sort of phenomenon, as we’ve seen it from Law & Order in the past to go along with even Doctor Who overseas in the UK..
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One of the most fun things about where we are with NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 is that there is still a particular air of mystery surrounding what is coming up in the future. Even though it’s pretty clear at the moment that the initial storyline this year will be about the Mexico trip and its aftermath, we’re assuming that the local authorities are not going to be spending the rest of their careers trying to figure out what to do with Mosley and Hetty. Sooner or later this will shift into the background and something new will emerge. That may just be a storyline about the Deeks – Kensi wedding, but only that will last for so long.
The next episode of NCIS: Los Angeles season 10 will air on CBS Sunday night. Watch a preview for that now over at the link here.
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