NCIS Hawaii release date: When will new NCIS series start?

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NCIS Hawaii will see another lot of agents delving into mind-boggling investigations but this time it will be set on the island state. So when is the release date for the next CBS drama? Here’s everything we know so far about the upcoming series.

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from NCIS.

The original NCIS series was initially a spin-off from JAG, introduced during a two-part crossover special.

Agent Leroy Gibbs (played by Mark Harmon) led the team back in 2003 and continues to do so 18 series on.

The cast of NCIS has changed dramatically over the past few years with only Gibbs, Ducky (David McCallum) and Timothy McGee (Sean Murray) who have appeared in every season.

The success of NCIS though meant CBS didn’t stop there and welcomed two more spin-off shows.

NCIS Los Angeles began in 2009, with Operations Manager Hetty Lange (Linda Hunt) leading the way from behind the desk.

Out on the field though include Agents Callen (Chris O’Donnell), Sam Hanna (LL Cool J), Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) and now Marty Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) who used to work as a liaison officer.

Then seven years ago, it was time for another spin-off show to start in the shape of NCIS New Orleans with Agent Dwayne Pride (Scott Bakula) at the reigns.

Now, the franchise will be expanding yet again with a new series on the horizon.

When will NCIS Hawaii start? 

CBS is reportedly working on finalising deals to secure the future of NCIS Hawaii.

The drama will be made by NCIS New Orleans executive producers Christopher Silber and Jan Nash, as well as SEAL Team writer and producer Matt Bosack.

So far though, a release date hasn’t been revealed just yet as it is still very early days in terms of giving the drama the green light to start filming.

Express.co.uk will update this article once more information has been released.

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If NCIS Hawaii does successfully get off the ground, then CBS will be able to use the production base on the islands which were originally built for Hawaii Five-0.

CBS is also behind drama Magnum PI which could mean the potential for a crossover between the series and NCIS Hawaii.

NCIS Los Angeles did a crossover episode with Hawaii Five-0 in 2012 with Sam and Callen visiting the state for an investigation.

But this isn’t the first time the network has tried to create another spin-off show.

Back in 2013, NCIS LA featured Red, a mobile NCIS team where all of the agents work, travel and live together in mobile command centres.

The Red team was introduced for two episodes, led by Special Agent Paris Summerskill, who was played by 24 and Grey’s Anatomy star Kim Raver.

Unfortunately, the spin-off show wasn’t picked up and Summerskill and the rest of the team weren’t seen again.

So is CBS going to be more successful this time around with NCIS Hawaii?

The NCIS franchise is available to watch on CBS.

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