The upcoming season of NCIS LA may feature a major villain, as fans await Kessler’s haunting return.
The 14th season of CBS’ hit procedural drama NCIS Los Angeles will premiere in October. Although the most recent episode ended on a high note, fans believe that with the return of Sociopath David Kessler, things will soon turn dark for their favorite character (played by Frank Military).
Season 13 concluded in May with a few happy endings for the special agents.
Callen (Chris O’Donnell) was able to solve the mystery of the deep fake and proposed to Anna (Bar Paly).
After being approved to foster Rosa, Kensi (Daniela Ruah) and Marty Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) became parents (Natalia Del Riego).
Sam Hanna (LL Cool J) was spending more time with his father, while Fatima (Medalion Rahimi) offered dating advice to Rountree (Caleb Castille).
Although things appear to be ending happily for Kensi, fans believe her life will take a turn for the worse in season 14.
Kensi first met Kessler in the season 12 episode ‘Raising the D3ad,’ when she assisted in his arrest.
The sociopath was convicted of being an arms dealer, as well as a number of other cr1mes, including minor human trafficking.
When he finally met Kensi, he revealed just how much he knew about her life, including her marriage and fertility issues.
He then threatened that he was preparing “to hunt you down, have sex with you, and then k1ll you, possibly not even in that order.”
Things changed when Kessler was granted a presidential pardon and sought vengeance for his imprisonment.
Kensi then admitted she was afraid of Kessler after he sent her a postcard with a photo of himself at the Santa Monica and expressed her desire for him to be with her.
The agent had become so terrified that she had begun to dream about him and even shouted his name in her sleep.
Because season 13 was so focused on Katya (Sasha Clemanties), who was eventually k1lled, fans anticipate some new antics from familiar faces in the upcoming installment.
With Kensi and Deeks’ new parental responsibilities, they would have more to lose if Kessler returned.
R. Scott Gemmill, the show’s executive producer, spoke with TV Line about these possibilities.
“That’ll be something else that we’ll resolve next season, there’s a couple of things,” he said.
“I think one of the great things for us is that we can drop a story in and let it settle, fester, and bubble away until it rears its ugly head again.”
“Whether it’s Katya, Kessler, or any of the other countless conflicts we’ve had over the years.”
“I think for sure, we’ll put that one to bed because nobody wants to live with that over their shoulders for the rest of their lives,” Gemmill said.
Fans will have to wait and see how Kessler returns and if it jeopardizes Kensi’s hopes for a happy family.
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