It's a hour of escape each week into a world that most Americans don't experience.
Still, throughout the show's eight-year run, the series—at its core—is about four unlikely special agents who truly are the epitome of love and family.
Within four to six months, a lot of people recover fully—but the basis of this is [that] Kensi’s job is her life.
When that is compromised in any way, shape, or form, that’s a very difficult thing for her to handle.
I want people to know it’s OK to reach out for help.
Watching such a strong character navigate that—and not playing the one dimensional, like I’m going to be better in one or two episodes—[is crucial]," Olsen explained.
So, what's next for their beloved special agent?
And what was it like for Ruah to take on this story? Glamour: What was your first thought when you heard about the story?
"Hands down, it's the best work Dani has ever done on the show.
[This story with Deeks and Kensi has] been some of my favorite moments on the show ever."In last night's episode (on January 8), viewers saw Kensi sit down with the team psychologist and come to grips with some tough questions—mainly, whether she'll ever be able to return to work and be 100%.