Daniela has opened up on Eric’s character (Picture: CBS)
Daniela Ruah has weighed in on the future of Marty Deeks on NCIS: Los Angeles – and she thinks there are some more twists to come.
The actress – who plays Kensi Blye on the US police drama – has opened up on her on-screen husband, and insisted the fact that actor Eric Christian Olsen seems to still be attached to the show is a promising sign.
Deeks’ role as a liaison between the NCIS and LAPD gets permanently axed, and the character won’t be able to become a NCIS agent in his own right through FLETC because of his age.
Asked about what’s to come for the married pair following the setback in this week’s double header, she told TVLine: ‘I don’t know if I’m allowed to reveal anything…
‘Listen, if Eric were leaving the show permanently, we would know about that by now, and that’s obviously not the case.
‘So, somewhere and somehow, things happen that change the course of where the story is going.’
Kensi gets caught up in a life-threatening situation (Photo by CBS via Getty Images) Photographer: CBS Photo Archive Provider: CBS via Getty Images Source: CBS
As if the job situation wasn’t enough, the couple will also be tested in another way.
Kensi accidentally plays into the hands of David Kessler (Frank Miltary) when she is summoned to get some intel from the old foe about a fellow escaped criminal.
The situation – which escalates after a prison escape – ends with the threat of when he decides to strike and kill Daniela’s character.
She added: ‘That seed has been planted, and it’s going to blow up in your face when you least expect it.
‘Deeks seems to be a lot more concerned than she is. But it’s always like that.
‘Listen, when my mom would fly to come see me before all this quarantine stuff, I would be a lot more concerned about her flying over here than when I’m the one flying over there.
‘When it’s not you and you’re not seeing through your own eyes, it always feels a lot bigger and worse than it is.’
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