The “NCIS: Los Angeles” Season 8 finale is almost here and fans are wondering how big it will be compared to earlier seasons. The show is known for its big season finales which makes it hard to imagine how the coming one can eclipse the others. Daniela Ruah revealed that the current season will end with a bang. She further teased that the viewers will be floored to what’s coming.
The actress, who plays Kensi in “NCIS: Los Angeles” Season 8, even went on to say that the coming season finale will have one of their show’s edge-of-your-seat moments. But, it will not be something that’s going to be easily resolved reports TV Line. In fact, it is something that will stick for the remainder of the show or until the series finale. Ruah said, “It's not just a Season 8 thing, it's something that's going to be present forever.”
Fans are not sure whether to be excited or stressed over Ruah’s statements. If there is anything that the show has proven, it is that it can draw out a story very well. Last season’s finale nearly had Kensi killed. “NCIS: Los Angeles” Season 8 premiered with her in a coma and then her physical therapy took quite a while. This was to give way to Ruah’s real life pregnancy and maternity leave.
With the game changer that Ruah teased, fans of Kensi and Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) are undoubtedly hoping that a proposal is what the actress is talking about. Many speculate that an actual proposal could very well happen in the “NCIS: Los Angeles” Season 8 finale according to Buddy TV. Others, on the other hand, think that Ruah points to a bigger twist in the story than an engagement for her character. But, with several episodes left in the season, it is still difficult to venture a guess.
Everybody is hoping though that it will not be another heartbreaker since it will be coming too soon after Miguel Ferrer’s death. What won’t be a guessing game will be “NCIS: Los Angeles” Season 8’s renewal. CBS has already announced that the show will get a ninth season.© 2018 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.