‘NCIS: Hawaii’ Is Going to Be Very Different From What Fans Are Used to Seeing

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Since February, there’s been constant talk of CBS introducing NCIS: Hawaii, another spinoff of the original hit crime drama NCIS. While the network refuses to confirm all the hearsay, multiple outlets have confidently reported that the show is, indeed, in development. Of course, all the speculation and reports are making us hungry for answers — and so, we set out to find all the details about the series that we could.

Below, get the full scoop on what we know about NCIS Hawaii so far:

What will NCIS: Hawaii be about?

Details about the show are scarce, but recently shared some interesting intel about the lead character. Though CBS didn’t confirm this to be true, a source allegedly told the outlet that the lead will be a character named “Jane Tennant” who will “break ground on-screen serving as the first Special Agent in Charge of ‘NCIS Pearl.'” Considering all of the men given the title of Special Agent in Charge (Mark Harmon in NCISChris O’Donnell and LL Cool J in NCIS: Los Angeles and Scott Bakula in NCIS: New Orleans), this would be a huge step forward for the franchise.

Will Mark Harmon be in the NCIS: Hawaii cast?

It’s unclear at this point who will be in the cast of NCIS: Hawaii, so anything’s possible. That said, it’s long been rumored that Mark is considering walking away from the show after starring on NCIS for 18 years. But then again, he is an executive producer on NCIS: New Orleans, which is wrapping up soon, so maybe he’ll have a hand in this show’s development as well.

As for who we know is involved — that is, according to Variety‘s sources — Chris Silber, Jan Nash and Matt Bosack are all set to be executive producers and writers. Chris is the current show runner and executive producer of NCIS: New Orleans, while Jan is also an executive producer and writer of the series. Matt, meanwhile, is a writer and supervising producer on the CBS show SEAL Team.

How can I watch or stream NCIS: Hawaii?

Because we don’t have any formal announcement from CBS to share, we don’t yet know what time slot the network will choose for NCIS: Hawaii. If it takes over for NCIS: New Orleans though, fans could expect to see episodes on Sundays at 10 p.m. ET. But it’s all up in the air at this point.

When the show does come out, the CBS crime drama will likely be available via the Paramount+ app, which is accessible on Android, iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, Chromecast, FireTV, LG, PS4, Roku, Samsung, Vizio, XBox One and XFinity devices. You can try the service out for free for a week — after that, a subscription costs $5.99 per month.

Like the other NCIS franchises, we’re hoping NCIS: Hawaii will also be available to stream for Hulu, Youtube TV, Sling TV, fuboTV and Amazon Prime Video subscribers.

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