‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Star Caleb Castille Shares Behind the Scenes Action Shot Ahead of Season 13

by Joe Rutland

Caleb Castille is pumped for Sunday’s Season 13 opener for “NCIS: Los Angeles” on CBS. He’s sharing some behind-the-scenes action.

Castille plays NCIS Special Agent Devin Roundtree and he also served with the FBI.

In an Instagram post he shared with “NCIS: Los Angeles” fans, Castille shows off a couple of photos as well as videos. He’s giving fans some quick looks at what is coming up this season.

Outsiders, make your appointment for Sunday at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central. Here’s the post from Castille.

This long-running spin-off from “NCIS” stars Chris O’Donnell as G. Callen and LL Cool J as Sam Hanna. Both are NCIS Special Agents.

Other stars include Daniela Ruah, Eric Christian Olsen, and Linda Hunt. “NCIS: Los Angeles” is the longest-running spin-off from the franchise.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Gets Company From Other ‘NCIS’ Shows on Monday Nights

Another thing to watch this season is the fact that there are three “NCIS” shows airing over Sunday and Monday nights. After “NCIS: Los Angeles” airs on Sunday night, the original “NCIS” and another spin-off, “NCIS: Hawai’i,” airs on Mondays. This could lead the series to have some possible crossover episodes in the future.

Hunt, who plays Hetty Lange, is back on set this season. Fans did not see her much behind her desk last season as in previous seasons. Hunt had stayed at her Los Angeles area home because of COVID-19 protocols. But this season has the long-standing character back among familiar faces.

Keep an eye also for Callen trying to make sense of his own life with Hetty in the background. That’s one of the majorly intriguing storylines ahead in Season 13.

Daniela Ruah Publicly Displays Her Support for Show’s Crew Members

“NCIS: Los Angeles” star Daniela Ruah showed her support for crew members of the show as well as the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees.

Ruah, who plays Kensi Blye, recognized the difficult work of crews and acknowledge their difficult work.

“When I hashtag the words ‘Best crew in Hollywood’ I truly mean what I say,” Ruah wrote in the Instagram post. “These are the women and men who make the show tick, they are the heartbeat. In the TV/movie/streaming industry, many crew members work insane hours, are underpaid, and only get an 8-hour turnaround. It means that once you clock out, you have 8 hours to be back the next day.”

The IATSE states their employees don’t have enough time to do anything beyond work. Eight hours on, then eight hours off, does not give them much time between shifts.

Outsiders, make sure to catch Ruah and her “NCIS: Los Angeles” co-stars on Sunday night.