Hawai’i’ canceled after 3 seasons at CBS

CBS closes the case on one of its NCIS shows: After three seasons, NCIS: Hawaii has been cancelled.

Starring Vanessa Lachey as Jane Tennant, the first female special agent in charge of NCIS Pearl Harbor, the spinoff series follows her and her team as they balance their duties to family and country, investigating about high-stakes crimes involving military personnel, national security, and the mysteries of Hawaii itself.

News of the cancellation comes after the NCIS-verse celebrated its 1,000th episode with a special crossover event on April 15 on the flagship series that included characters from NCIS: Hawaii And NCIS: Los Angeles.

Vanessa Lachey and LL Cool J in ‘NCIS: Hawai’i’.

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This also follows CBS’ addition of actor and rapper LL Cool J to the cast as a recurring guest star in Season 3, after first making a surprise appearance in his role. NCIS: Los Angeles character, Special Agent Sam Hanna, in the season 2 finale. In addition to him and Lachey, NCIS: Hawaii stars Tori Anderson, Alex Tarrant, Noah Mills, Yasmine Al-Bustami and Jason Antoon. Matt Bosack, Jan Nash, Christopher Silber and Larry Teng are executive producers of the series.

Although this is sad news for fans of Hawaii, fans of the procedural franchise won’t have to wait too long for more content. CBS has already announced two new shows entering the NCIS-verse next season: NCIS: Origins will follow a younger version of Leroy Jethro Gibbs, and another show for Paramount+ that has yet to be named will feature Cote de Pablo and Michael Weatherly, reuniting as their NCIS characters Ziva David and Tony DiNozzo.

The season 3 finale of NCIS: Hawaiiwhich will now serve as the series finale, will air Monday, May 6 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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