NCIS Hawaii Season 1, January 10, 2022 Episode 11 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

NCIS Hawaii Season 1, January 10, 2022 Episode 11 Delayed. Not Airing Tonight

Hey, “NCIS: Hawaii” fans. Unfortunately, we are back on here ,right now, because we’ve got some bad news to tell you. For some reason, we’re not aware of, CBS will not be airing the next, new episode 11 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current, premiere season 1 tonight, January 10, 2022.

That’s right, guys. NCIS: Hawaii will be MIA (missing in action) tonight, but there is some light in this very dark tunnel of sadness. This delay is just for tonight. CBS has informed us that they do plan to air the new episode 11 next Monday night, January 17, 2022 in its usual, 9 pm central standard time slot. So, definitely be sure to commit that very important date and time to memory.


We did take a look at what CBS is going to air in place of the next, new episode 11 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current season 1 tonight. Apparently, CBS has a repeat episode of NCIS: Hawaii lined up for tonight. It will be the 7th episode of this season 1 titled, “Rescuers.”

CBS’ official description for it reads like this, “When a Navy petty officer is murdered, Jane and the team investigate while protecting the victim’s friend and colleague.”

If any of you guys are interested in checking out that particular repeat episode of NCIS: Hawaii, CBS might still be the channel for you tonight. If this is not the case for you, you will definitely want to remove CBS from your watchlist tonight.

Spoiler Warning: For those of you who are interested, we were able to get our hands on a couple of new, official teaser descriptions for the next, new episode 11 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current, premiere season 1 via CBS’ official episode 11 press release. So, we’re going to run those by you real quick.


To start, CBS revealed that this new episode 11 has been given an official title. It’s called, “The Game.” It sounds like episode 11 will feature some very scandalous, intense, dramatic, action-filled, interesting, suspenseful and emotional scenes.

CBS official description for episode 11 reads like this, “When evidence to put away a drug kingpin is stolen, Lucy goes undercover at an underground poker tournament to find out which high-roller is behind the crime. Also, Lucy’s feelings are in turmoil when Whistler’s ex-girlfriend arrives in town.”

Episode 11 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Lauren Cook as character (Det. Dalia Reed), Nick Gracer as character (Trey Santos), Scott Lawrence as character (Judge Malcolm Keen), Bruce Altman as character (Ike Diamond), Omar Bustamante as character (Ray Carr).

Guest stars continued: Juliana Folk as character (Cara), Mike Cabrera as character (Stanley Zhao), Herman Hyman Stern as character (Maury Chauvin), Justin Scott as character (Big Rick the Dealer), Tanoai Reed as character (Bodyguard 1) and David Anthony Buglione as character (Bodyguard 2).


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 Noah Evslin & Amy Rutberg, and it was directed by James Hayman.

Again, CBS confirmed that the next, new episode 11 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current, premiere season 1 is scheduled to finally hit the air next Monday night, January 17, 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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