NCIS Los Angeles (2022): S13E11 – All the Little Things


The twelfth season of NCIS: Los Angeles, an American police procedural drama television series, began airing on CBS on 08 November 2020 and ended on 23 May 2021. The season included 18 episodes.


Kensi and Deeks are called to the USS Allegiance to help uncover the identities of the parents of a newborn baby found in the ship’s cargo space. The search turns dire when the agents learn that the mother gave birth prematurely and is at-risk of bleeding out. Upon finding the birth mother, Deeks and Kensi are shocked to learn the young sailor’s pregnancy was a result of being raped by a civilian contractor nine months prior, leaving Callen and Roundtree to make the arrest.

Meanwhile, Kilbride calls in former OSP team member Nate Getz for advice on helping Callen, who is frantically searching for Hetty, with aid from Zasha Gagarin and Harris Keane, after a United States drone strike on Al Qaeda occurs at her last known location in Syria. The two also discuss the Droma Project – the CIA operation in the 1970s run by Hetty that groomed young children, including a freshly orphaned Callen, into future American operatives. The two fear that the information unravelled by the Droma Project could not only destroy the relationship between Hetty and Callen, but permanently fracture the entire OSP team. The episode ends with Anna Kolcheck, Callen’s girlfriend, walking into the boatshed while talking to Callen, only for Callen to already be there and clueless to the conversation. Callen then video chats with the deepfake version of himself on Anna’s phone, who indicates the two have met previously, warning the former that “he is coming for him”.

NCIS Los Angeles Series 13

You can find a full index and overview of NCIS Los Angeles Series 13 here.

You can find a full index and overview of the NCIS Franchise here.

Production & Filming Details

  • Release Date: 13 March 2022.
  • Running Time: 39-44 minutes.
  • Country: US.
  • Language: English.


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