We know NCIS: Hawaii has been picked up by CBS. It’s the first NCIS series with a female lead. Now eyes are on when it will premiere on CBS.
While we’re saying goodbye to NCIS: New Orleans, we’re going to head to Hawaii. Really, we should say back to Hawaii since we know that Hawaii Five-0 is set in the same universe as the NCIS shows.
Vanessa Lachey is the lead on this series, becoming the first female lead in the franchise. Her character will be the first female in charge at NCIS Pearl, where she’ll need to figure out a way to balance work and her life with her family.
As well as the original casting, Deadline reports that Tori Anderson and Kian Talan will join the series. Talan will be directly connected to Lachey’s Jane Tennant as her 16-year-old son Alex.
When will NCIS: Hawaii premiere on CBS?
Of course, eyes are on when the show will premiere. CBS has set the fall schedule, and there is some great news for those looking forward to the fourth NCIS spin-off. NCIS: Hawaii will be part of the fall schedule, which means it will premiere in 2021.
While the exact dates haven’t been given, we’re looking at the end of September. At the latest, it’s going to be by mid-October, but there doesn’t seem to be a reason for filming delays this summer, which was the reason for the fall premiere dates being pushed in 2020.
NCIS: Hawaii is being paired with the parent show. However, it’s not on a Tuesday night! Instead, the FBIs are taking over Tuesdays, with NCIS Season 19 moving to Mondays. Hawaii will air on Mondays at 10/9c.
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NCIS: Hawaii will air Mondays at 10/9c on CBS with episodes going to Paramount+ the following day.