Reasons for NCIS Hawaii’s Cancellation

“NCIS: Hawai’i” fans were left disappointed as the series met its end. CBS cited factors like scheduling freshness, ratings performance, and cost per episode for the cancellation, echoing similar decisions for other shows like “Blue Bloods” and “So Help Me Todd.”

CBS Entertainment president Amy Reisenbach emphasized the need to keep the schedule dynamic, especially given the impact of the SAG-AFTRA strikes and budget constraints, with Paramount+ also influencing decisions. Despite the network’s rationale, the stars of “NCIS: Hawai’i” expressed confusion and dismay over the show’s fate.

Vanessa Lachey Voiced Her Disappointment and Confusion Over the Demise of NCIS: Hawaii.

Vanessa Lachey of “NCIS: Hawai’i” expressed her sadness over the show’s cancellation on Instagram, expressing remorse for not having more time or a meaningful goodbye. She lauded her actors and staff and encouraged others to recruit them. Co-star Tori Anderson grieved the loss of X, underlining the show’s representation, particularly as the first in the genre to have a female actor portraying a lesbian role. Despite the cancellation, CBS is still devoted to the “NCIS” property, with CBS Entertainment president Amy Reisenbach estimating that the original series may go for “1,000 more episodes.” Fans will have to remain tuned to see if the prophecy comes true.

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