Hawaii’ Canceled by CBS After 3 Seasons

CBS is closing one of its NCIS external offices.

The network canceled NCIS: Hawaii after three seasons. The season – and now series – finale of the series is set to air on May 6.

The series, which stars Vanessa Lachey and adds the former NCIS: Los Angeles star LL Cool J to its cast this season, will likely end up as the most-watched show to be canceled this season – topping two other canceled CBS shows, The Experts: Las Vegas And So help me Todd. NCIS: Hawaii averaged approximately 7.8 million viewers over Nielsen’s seven-day linear ratings this season, and reached 10 million viewers over 35 days of multi-platform viewing.

These numbers would make renewals easier almost anywhere else, but they place NCIS: Hawai’i only in the middle of the pack at CBS. The network will also introduce a new NCIS series for the 2024-25 season, a subtitled prequel Origins which follows a younger version of Leroy Jethro Gibbs (played by Austin Stowell). Flagship NCIS and the latest spin-off, NCIS: Sydney, should also return. (Paramount+ also gave the green light to another NCIS(verse series which will see Cote de Pablo and Michael Weatherly reprise their roles from the original series.)

In three seasons and 54 episodes, NCIS: Hawaii will have the shortest run of any series in the franchise so far (excluding the one-year one Sydney). The end of the series will also mean that CBS will not film a series in the state of Hawaii for the first time since 2010: NCIS: Hawaii follow up Hawaii five-0 And Magnum PI in the Aloha State.

NCIS: Hawaii comes from CBS Studios and also stars Alex Tarrant, Noah Mills, Yasmine Al-Bustami, Jason Antoon, Tori Anderson and Kian Talan. Matt Bosack, Jan Nash, Christopher Silber and Larry Teng serve as executive producers.

With the cancellation, CBS has now made decisions on all of its scripted series. Keep track of every network cancellation, renewal and new series order with THR’s broadcast dashboard.

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