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Controversy Surrounds NCIS: Hawai’i Cancellation Amidst Viewership Data Release

The cancellation of NCIS: Hawai’i has stirred controversy long before CBS unveiled its latest viewership data. As the third spinoff from the famed police procedural franchise to end, following NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: New Orleans, the Lachey-led series had the shortest tenure on the air among its canceled counterparts. What exacerbates the frustration is that NCIS: Hawai’i concluded on a cliffhanger, leaving Tennant’s next case unresolved unless CBS reconsiders its initial decision.

CBS has a history of reversing cancellation decisions, as seen with SWAT following Shemar Moore’s public comments advocating for the series’ continuation. While Antoon’s criticisms of NCIS: Hawai’i’s sudden end may not carry the same weight as Moore’s efforts, they could stimulate discussions among co-stars and viewers, potentially prompting CBS to reconsider NCIS: Hawai’i Season 4. A proper send-off for the series, rather than leaving it with an unresolved cliffhanger, is the desired outcome.

If NCIS: Hawai’i’s cancellation is reversed, however, the public may face a wait to learn about its broadcasting schedule. While NCIS Season 22 retains its original timeslot, Mark Harmon’s NCIS: Origins will fill the spinoff’s former block, exploring Leroy Jethro Gibbs’ origins story in the agency. This necessitates CBS to find a new slot for Tennant’s team’s return. Regardless, affording them another opportunity to bid farewell properly outweighs any potential delay, ensuring closure for the show’s storyline.

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