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As the NCIS season draws to a close, fans brace themselves for two major finale events, each carrying significant weight following the cancellation of NCIS: Hawai’i. It’s been a whirlwind season for the NCIS universe, highlighted by the landmark NCIS 1000th Episode celebration spanning all its shows, alongside a heartfelt tribute to David McCallum’s Donald Mallard, an enduring character in the franchise’s storied history.

With both the flagship NCIS and NCIS: Hawai’i airing limited seasons due to the 2023 Writer’s Guild of America strike, each of the nine episodes has been jam-packed with drama, suspense, and character development. Now, as the two series air back-to-back, they are poised to conclude their seasons on the same night. NCIS: Hawai’i bids farewell with its third and final season finale, while NCIS wraps up its historic 21st season.

Amidst the anticipation of these finales looms the specter of CBS’s recent decisions regarding the future of the NCIS universe. With some spinoffs in the pipeline and others facing cancellation, the stakes have never been higher. Fans eagerly await the culmination of these seasons, knowing that each finale carries enormous implications now that CBS has made its final choices about which series will continue and which will reach their conclusion.

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