‘NCIS: Los Angeles’: Are Kensi and Deeks Soon Going To Become Parents?

by Anna Dunn
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Two NCIS: Los Angeles characters may finally be having kids. Fans have been eagerly wondering whether or not Kensi and Deeks are going to finally have a baby. After the most recent episode, it looks like we’re going to get more information on that soon.

Kensi and Deeks have been on a long journey when it comes to building a family. They tried all last season. And for multiple seasons now, the show has toyed with the idea. It’s also made sure to question if its the smartest decision for these two people to even have kids. They both work incredibly high-risk jobs full time after all.

The recent episode, A Land of Wolves dropped multiple hints that the two are getting deeper in the adoption process. That’s their most likely route, as Kensi’s chances of actually being able to conceive are relatively slim.

And now, the two may start fostering a young girl, Rosa, who they helped rescue during a case. This could be huge for them if they’re able to obtain custody. In the episode, they tried to find next of kin. It was mentioned that if they couldn’t find any next of kin, Rosa would need foster parents.

In the meantime, though, she has to stay with someone, and they seem more than willing to take her in. Of course, it seems incredibly unlikely that this plot point that NCIS: Los Angeles has been toying with for years will get magically solved.

And considering how complicated and difficult adopting and fostering is, there’s sure to be some major road bumps along the way.

Here’s What to Expect from The Next ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Episode

There’s still plenty more of the season left, and while Kensi and Deeks deal with their personal lives, there’s also the matter of solving cases. The show is taking a break from new episodes next week, but then its coming back the next week with a double feature.

The first episode, Where Loyalties Lie, will see the team searching for missing Radar tech. It sounds pretty high stakes.

“When a civilian scientist working with the marines is killed, and her advanced radar technology stolen, the NCIS team must scramble to find the missing technology and the culprit,” the synopsis reads.

NCIS: Los Angeles will have to take a few breaks in the next months. The Olympics is going to put normal scheduling on hold and the show will also take a break on Super Bowl Sunday.

It typically airs on Sunday nights at 9/8 central. And if you’re a fan of other NCIS franchise shows, you can catch NCIS and NCIS: Hawai’i on Mondays starting at 9/8 central.

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