CBS Cancels ‘NCIS: Hawaii’ After Three Seasons

CBS has decided to cancel “NCIS: Hawai’i” after its current third season, making its May 6 finale the series finale.

As the fourth installment in the “NCIS” franchise, “Hawaii” joins predecessors “NCIS: New Orleans” and “NCIS: Los Angeles” in wrapping up after seven and fourteen seasons, respectively.

Despite this setback, the franchise remains robust. The flagship “NCIS” series recently earned a renewal, with CBS also developing a prequel centered on a young Jethro Leroy Gibbs. Additionally, Paramount+ is gearing up for a spinoff featuring fan-favorites Cote de Pablo and Michael Weatherly, while “NCIS: Sydney” secures its return for a second season.

Vanessa Lachey starred in “NCIS: Hawai’i” as Jane Tennant, the first female Special Agent in Charge of NCIS Pearl Harbor. The drama addressed high-stakes cr1mes in the sun-drenched paradise of Hawai’i, with a strong ensemble including LL Cool J making recurring appearances.

While CBS has renewed most of its scripted lineup, recent cancellations include “CSI: Vegas” and “So Help Me Todd.” This news follows earlier announcements of the impending conclusions of “Young Sheldon,” “Bob Hearts Abishola,” and “Blue Bloods.”

Despite its discontinuation, “NCIS: Hawaii” left a legacy of engaging storyline and unforgettable characters.

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  1. What has happened to CBS??? They are canceling all of the best shows that have kept them on top!!!!!! Blue Bloods still has so much life left in it! Even the stars aren’t ready for it to be over!!! WAKE UP CBS!!!!!!!!

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