NCIS Hawaii Season 1, December 13, 2021 Episode 10 Delayed. Not Airing For A While
Hey, “NCIS: Hawaii” fans. Unfortunately, we have some really bad news to tell you right now. It turns out that the most recent episode 9 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current, premiere season 1, which aired last Monday night, January 6, 2021, was the Fall finale episode. That means CBS will not be airing the next, new episode 10 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current, premiere season 1 tonight, December 13, 2021.
This news does get worse. We’ve been informed by CBS that this will be a 3-week delay for NCIS: Hawaii. CBS intends to air the new episode 10 on Monday night, January 3, 2022 in its usual, 9 pm central standard time slot. So, definitely make sure you don’t forget that very important date and time.
So, what will CBS be airing instead of the next, new episode 10 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current season 1 over this three-week delay? We did find out that information. CBS is going to air repeat episodes of NCIS: Hawaii for this entire, 3-week delay.
Tonight, they will re-air the 5th episode of this season 1 titled, “Gaijin.” CBS’ official description for it reads like this, “When a Japanese sailor is killed on American soil and evidence links the case to the previous murder of the victim’s girlfriend back in Japan, NCIS must find the murderer before the wrong person is accused and the case triggers a diplomatic crisis. Also, Captain Milius makes a personal request to Tennant.”
Next Monday night, December 20, 2021, CBS will re-air the 6th episode of season 1 titled, “The Tourist.” CBS’ official description for it reads like this, “When Tennant and NCIS are tasked with finding a kidnapped globe-trotting social media star, they find that she is not who her husband, or her followers think she is. Also, the team is at odds with Whistler, who has an agenda of her own.”
On Monday night, December 27, 2021, CBS will re-air the 3rd episode of this season 1 titled, “Recruiter.” CBS’ official description for it reads like this, “Kai goes undercover with one of Hawai`i’s oldest surf gangs when a petty officer who’s trying to help wayward kids find a new path in the Marines is murdered.”
If any of you guys are interested in checking out these particular repeat episode of NCIS: Hawaii, you might still want to keep CBS on your watchlist. If you only want to watch the next, new episode 10 of NCIS: Hawaii season 1, you will certainly want to mark CBS off of your Monday night, primetime list until the January 3, 2022 date arrives.
Spoiler Warning: For those of you who are interested, we did collect a couple of new, official teaser scoops for the next, new episode 10 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current, premiere season 1. So, we’re going to reveal those to you right now.
First off, CBS let us know that episode 10 is officially titled,”Lost.” It sounds like episode 7 will feature some very scandalous, intense, dramatic, possible action-filled, suspenseful and emotional scenes.
CBS’ official description for episode 10 reads like this, “NCIS crosses paths with Whistler’s team while investigating a shipping container filled with contraband weapons. Also, Tennant debates arresting Alex’s friend’s dad, knowing it will cause her friend to move away on the CBS Original series NCIS: HAWAI`I.”
Episode 10 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Sharif Atkins as character (Norman “Boom-Boom” Gates), Nathaniel Ashton as character (Tommy Wilson), Michael Broderick as character (Dr. Andrew Wilson), Christopher Redman as character (Clark Lohan).
Guest stars continued: Kim Hawthorne as character (Dr. Laura Frost), Johnnie Purvis as character (Jason Roberts), Anthony Ruivivar as character (Daniel Tennant), Dustin McEwen as character (Russell Goodrick) and Ticondra Swartz as character (Agent Reyes).
The season regulars that will be featured in episode 11 are: Vanessa Lachey as character (Special Agent in Charge Jane Tennant), Alex Tarrant as character (Kai Holman), Noah Mills as character (Jesse Boone), Yasmine Al-Bustami as character (Lucy Tara), Jason Antoon as character (Ernie Malik), Tori Anderson as character (Kate Whistler) and Kian Talan as character (Alex Tennant).
Episode 11 was written by Jan Nash, and it was directed by Tim Andrew.
Again, CBS confirmed that the next, new episode 10 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current, premiere season 1 is scheduled to finally hit the airwaves on Monday night, January 3, 2022 at approximately 9 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.
Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “NCIS: Hawaii” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.
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