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“Shocking CBS Cancellations: NCIS: Hawai’i and CSI: Vegas Gone! Here’s Why…”
CBS recently dropped a bombshell, canceling two of its hit shows, NCIS: Hawai’i and CSI: Vegas. Fans were left reeling, but the network has finally explained its controversial decision. According to TheWrap, it all boiled down to a rigorous analysis of each show’s performance and financials. With a slew of new shows in the pipeline, CBS had to make some tough calls, ultimately leading to the demise of Hawai’i and Vegas.
CBS Entertainment president Amy Reisenbach emphasized the need to keep the schedule fresh and momentum going. She admitted, “We had to make some really tough choices this year, everything came back really strong.” Unfortunately, neither CSI: Vegas nor NCIS: Hawai’i will get a second chance like S.W.A.T., or a move to Paramount+, as CBS CEO George Cheeks revealed, “Budgets are challenged, so we don’t have an unlimited amount of slots on Paramount+.”
But the CSI franchise isn’t dead yet. There’s a glimmer of hope as another show is in the works, though details remain scarce. Meanwhile, the NCIS universe soldiers on. The original series is gearing up for another season, joined by NCIS: Sydney, and the highly anticipated NCIS: Origins is set to debut this fall. Plus, there’s talk of a streaming spinoff featuring fan-favorites Tony DiNozzo and Ziva David.
The news hit hard for the stars of the canceled shows. Vanessa Lachey, from NCIS: Hawai’i, expressed her mixed emotions, while CSI: Vegas’ Marg Helgenberger bid farewell to her crime-solving partners with gratitude and fond memories.

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