‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Star Daniela Ruah Has Perfect Reaction to Last Night’s Season Premiere

by Joe Rutland

Another season of “NCIS: Los Angeles” is up and running on CBS, giving actress Daniela Ruah a chance to celebrate.

Now the new season kicked off on Sunday night. Ruah, who plays Special Agent Kensi Blye, shared a photo on Monday from her Instagram account.

Ruah reminds her followers that “NCIS: Los Angeles” kicked off on Sunday. She, though, appears to be out on a run. Take a look.

While she’s out and about in the Southern California sun, fans of the show are wondering what will happen this season.

‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ Features New Storylines For Many Of the Show’s Actors

There are some new storylines for “NCIS: Los Angeles” to consider. Callen, played by Chris O’Donnell, has questions about his past and wants some answers from Hetty, played by Linda Hunt.

Katya, played by Jana Kolesarova, is doing her best to get out of the way from Joelle, played by Elizabeth Bogush.

Then we have the saga of Kensi and Deeks, played by Eric Christian Olsen. It appears they want to grow their family out. Also, an informant is in danger and they are working to save him.

New episodes of “NCIS: Los Angeles” can be seen on Sunday nights at 9 p.m. Eastern, 8 p.m. Central, on CBS. If you happened to miss Sunday night’s season premiere, then go right here and catch all the action.

Actress Talks About Expanding Family on Show With Co-Star Olsen in Roles

Ruah addressed the Kensi-Deeks expanding family saga.

Ahead of the season premiere, Ruah said about her and Deeks’ desire for a bigger family is that “they just want a little kid to love.”

As the “NCIS: Los Angeles” storyline goes, we know that Kensi has had fertility issues. This will lead them to look at adoption as an option.

But they also know that there are some people who might criticize them. Why? They might want to adopt a baby from an Asian country.

“Kensi and Deeks ticked the box (on the adoption application) that race wasn’t an issue, but didn’t think what that might entail,” Ruah said. She added that they want this child “to relate to their natural-born culture and fit in.”

One other connection between Ruah and Olsen. This season, they will have opportunities beyond playing their roles. “NCIS: Los Angeles” will have Ruah directing an episode while Olsen is writing one.

For Olsen, this is not new. Back during the show’s 11th season, he wrote its 10th episode called “Mother.”

But Ruah is getting behind the camera for the first time. “NCIS: Los Angeles” will benefit from having these actors in other roles.