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“NCIS: Hawai’i Finale Marks End of an Era: LL Cool J Bids Farewell as Show Gets Axed! Fans Disappointed as CBS Pulls the Plug on Hit Spin-Off Drama.”

LL Cool J, known for his iconic role as Special Agent Sam Hanna, made his final appearance on Monday night’s NCIS: Hawai’i season three finale, leaving fans devastated as the show was cancelled by CBS. LL joined the Hawai’i-set series as a recurring guest star following the cancellation of NCIS: Los Angeles last year, a role he had portrayed since 2009.

Despite the disappointment of the cancellation, fans can still catch LL Cool J on their screens in his latest project. The 56-year-old rap legend has been announced as one of the headliners for Today’s 2024 Citi Concert Series, set to take place at Rockefeller Plaza this summer. The lineup features a star-studded list of musicians, including alt-rock trio Wallows, Meghan Trainor, Chance the Rapper, and Bleachers, with LL Cool J’s performance date yet to be announced.

The news of NCIS: Hawai’i’s cancellation came as a shock to many, especially given the show’s growing popularity. CBS Entertainment president Amy Reisenbach explained the decision, citing the need to keep the schedule fresh and make tough choices to maintain momentum.

LL Cool J’s departure from NCIS: Hawai’i undoubtedly leaves a void in the cast, as he had quickly become a beloved member of the ensemble. In an exclusive interview with HELLO!, co-stars Jason Antoon and Seana Kofoed shared LL’s enthusiasm for joining the show, noting his love for the island vibe and camaraderie among the cast. LL’s presence on set brought a unique energy and dynamic to the show, earning praise from his fellow actors for his talent and personality.

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