NCIS Hawaii delayed: CBS viewers left ‘in tears’ as show goes off air in schedule shake-up

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NCIS: Hawaii has continued to grip CBS viewers week after week after Jane Tennant (played by Vanessa Lachey) was introduced to the iconic drama franchise earlier this year. Now in full swing with the seventh instalment titled Rescuers airing in the US on November 8, fans have come to love the dynamic between Jane and her team. However, those expecting to see more of the action-packed and sun-soaked sequences are set for a lengthy wait.

That’s because NCIS: Hawaii will not be returning to its usual Monday night slot next week (November 15).

As part of a shake-up to the entire franchise, NCIS: Hawaii had landed the time slot right after the flagship NCIS series.

Now in its 19th season, CBS took the decision to move NCIS from its typical Tuesday night slot to Mondays with NCIS: Hawaii debuting on the same night right behind it.

But it isn’t just next week that NCIS: Hawaii won’t be airing along with Nick Torres (Wilmer Valderrama), Timothy McGee (Sean Murray) and co in NCIS.

That’s because the following Monday (November 22) will also be void of a new NCIS: Hawaii episode.

However, there is some consolation as Tennant and her team do have a return date rather than an uncertain delay.

The NCIS: Hawaii Twitter account confirmed: “We’re off for a few weeks but don’t worry. #NCISHawaii will be back with a new episode on 11/29.”

Bosses haven’t released a specific reason why the next episode, titled Legacy, has been pushed back but it’s likely down to filming and production timetables.

Nevertheless, the news that NCIS: Hawaii fans would be without a new episode until the end of the month didn’t go down too well with the fandom.

Responding to the tweet, Teresa replied: “You will be missed #NCISHawaii.”

User @CauseRSisEpic added: “Gonna watch all the episodes again and again to cope [sad emoji].”

“Crying [cry emoji],” Elaine emotionally put while Jennifer simply questioned: “Whyyyyyyy???????”

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And @leggomich24 simply summarised: “NOOOOOOOOO [cry emoji].”

However, some fans tried to remain positive with Carlene weighing in: “I love this show!!! The wait will be worth it!#NCISHawaii.”

And this sentiment was echoed by co-creator and writer Matt Bosack.

He penned to his 668 followers: “Waiting is the worst, but it’ll be worth it! Until then, catch up on the first seven episodes on @paramountplus! #NCISHawaii.

Unfortunately for fans wanting a sneak peek at what Legacy will hold, CBS is still yet to release a promo.

However, with three weeks to go until its premiere, it’s likely a sneak peek will emerge in the week before.

In the meantime, Hawaii and NCIS are available to stream on Paramount Plus as the flagship team continues to adapt to life without Agent Gibbs (Mark Harmon).

NCIS: Hawaii returns to CBS in the USA on Monday, November 29. A UK release date is yet to be announced.

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