With Vanessa Lachey’s Jane Tennant, ‘NCIS: Hawaii’ already has a plot problem.
The universe of NCIS is going to expand dramatically. NCIS: Hawai’i is planned to premiere in the autumn of 2021, and pop culture lovers and veteran followers of the NCIS franchise are looking forward to it.
The spinoff was initially rumored in February 2021, and though certain specifics are still missing, some big announcements have been made in recent days. Most importantly, showrunners disclosed that actress Vanessa Lachey will play Jane Tennant in NCIS: Hawai’i.
Despite the wonderful news, some fans have expressed concern about how Lachey’s presence in the upcoming series relates to a major storyline point.
‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ is set to premiere on television in the near future.
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‘NCIS: Hawaii’ Could Be a Huge CBS Crossover Hit
Fans of NCIS have been speculating for years that a brand-new season would be released shortly. The speculations were validated when showrunners at CBS stated that NCIS: Hawai’i would premiere in the spring of 2021.
The announcement came shortly after the cancellation of NCIS: New Orleans, with the final episode expected to air in May 2021.
Over the past few weeks, more information has surfaced regarding the plot and filming details of the upcoming spinoff — and fans now know that the series will be filmed on location in Hawaii, providing a sense of authenticity and realism. NCIS: Hawai’i has a lot riding on it as the fourth series in the franchise, and many fans are expecting a lot of crossover episodes with past NCIS shows.
Vanessa Lachey was just cast as a lead in the CBS series ‘NCIS: Hawai’i.’
Fans of ‘NCIS: Hawaii’ are perplexed by one CBS connection.
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