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'NCIS: LA' Promo Reveals the First Victim in Season 3

August 30, 2011 (8:08 am) GMT
Proving that she will do anything to protect the whole NCIS team, one beloved member is going to take a bullet in the premiere episode.
'NCIS: LA' Promo Reveals the First Victim in Season 3

One major character on "" will take a bullet in early season 3 and the identity is revealed in the promo for the first episode. As seen in the video, [SPOILER ALERT!] Henrietta "Hetty" Lange () gets shot to prove that she is willing to do anything to save her team.

The team then travels to Romania to search for Hetty and save her, but they are being tracked and clueless about whom they are up against. At the same time, Callen () discovers new information about his past.

Explaining the decision to feature Hetty getting shot, executive producer Shane Brennan tells Entertainment Weekly, "Linda is always up for anything, and it seemed right." As for how the story ties together Hetty and Callen, he said, "It seemed like the right way for us to get into revealing a big piece of Callen's backstory and, in the process, her backstory."

"We find out as much about Callen as we do about Hetty in this first episode," Brennan went on teasing. "It was really, I guess, a way of us exploring the hidden relationship between Callen and Hetty."

The new episodes of "NCIS: LA" will start airing Tuesday, September 20 at 9 P.M. on CBS, right after "" premieres its ninth season.



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