‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ Won’t Get 4th Season After CBS Cancels the Series

NCIS: Hawaii (Credit: CBS)

It’s case closed for NCIS: Hawai’i.

CBS has canceled the law enforcement drama after three seasons, according to a Friday article published by The Hollywood Reporter.

The show’s producers and cast had been waiting to find out if the NCIS spinoff would be renewed for a fourth season.

With the cancellation, the series will now conclude with the season 3 finale airing on Monday, May 6 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

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The police drama follows a fictional team of elite special agents from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service based in Hawaii.

Vanessa Lachey leads the cast as Jane Tennant, the first female Special Agent in Charge of NCIS Pearl Harbor. She and her team investigate high-stakes crimes involving military personnel and national security.

LL Cool J joined the cast this season following the cancellation of NCIS: Los Angeles, and reprised his role as Sam Hanna.

The series also stars Alex Tarrant, Jason Antoon, Kian Talan, Noah Mills, Tori Anderson, and Yasmine Al-Bustami.

The drama comes from CBS Studios and premiered in September 2021.

NCIS: Hawai’i is averaging about 7.8 million viewers this season, according to Nielsen figures. The viewership per episode climbs to about 10 million over 35 days of multiplatform viewing on TV and streaming.

This week, CBS renewed The Equalizer for a fifth season. The crime drama posts similar ratings with an average 7.8 million weekly viewers, and 10 million viewers in the live+ 35-day multiplatform category.

Also this month, the network rescued S.W.A.T. after previously canceling the show, and it ordered new seasons of its the FBI dramas — FBI; FBI: International; and FBI: Most Wanted.

FBI is the most popular drama in the franchise and averages 9.11 million viewers per episode, and over 12.3 million multiplatform viewers in the live+ 35-day multiplatform metric.

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