NCIS fans were heartbroken recently when CBS announced that NCIS: Los Angeles would be ending after the 14th season.
So, what does this mean for NCIS and its spinoff NCIS: Hawai’i? Here’s everything we know…
Is NCIS going to be canceled?
Following the cancellation of LA, fans couldn’t help but express their displeasure on Twitter, with one user writing: “I’m very disappointed that #NCISLosAngeles will be cancelled after this season. The NCIS series is one of the few television shows that I enjoy. I hope #NCIS and #NCISHawaii can continue for a few more seasons.”
While the ratings are slightly lower than in season 19, NCIS is still one of America’s most-watched shows, so the drama is unlikely to be cancelled before season 21.
Furthermore, NCIS drew a massive 7.7 million viewers during the franchise’s recent crossover event, which saw the show team up with spin-offs NCIS: Hawai’i and NCIS: LA. With seven-day playback, this figure increased to 11.25 million.
Is NCIS: Hawai’i going to be canceled?
While CBS has yet to renew the drama for a third season, we wouldn’t be surprised if it did. The drama has not only shown no signs of slowing down, but it also attracted over seven million viewers during the crossover event, a series high. The episode gained an additional 3.19 million viewers in live plus seven-day playback, bringing the total to 10.55 million.
Vanessa Lachey, who plays Jane Tennant on the show, took to Twitter to thank fans for their support. She stated: “Wow!!! I’m astounded! Last night, the NCIS Triple Crossover was the most watched television across all networks combined, and the highest since the NCAA finals in 2021! I shouldn’t be surprised because YOU FANS ROCK! Mahalo.”
The original series and Hawai’i had higher ratings than NCIS: LA, with the now-cancelled spin-off drawing 6.7 million viewers on the premiere night, which grew to 9.96 million from seven-day playback numbers.
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