New NCIS Hawaii Season 1 Spoilers For March 14, 2022 Episode 16 Revealed

New NCIS Hawaii Season 1 Spoilers For March 14, 2022 Episode 16 Revealed

Hey, “NCIS: Hawaii” fans. We hope you guys totally got all the action and drama you wanted from episode 15 tonight. Now that episode 15 has been delivered, we are back on here to get you guys ready for the next, new episode 16 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current, premiere season 1, which is set to make its arrival next Monday night, March 14, 2022.

We were able to snag up a few, new, official teaser descriptions for this new episode 16 from CBS’ official episode 16 press release. So, sit back and relax while we tell you all about them.

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To start, CBS revealed that this new episode 16 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current season 1 has officially been titled, “Monster.” It sounds like episode 16 will feature some very interesting, intense, dramatic, possible action-filled, suspenseful and emotional scenes as Kai goes undercover in a local restaurant. It’s revealed that Alex has been keeping a big secret hidden and more.

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We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Kai situation. Yep, it turns out that a notorious criminal kingpin will be a big focus in this episode. Apparently, it’s believed that this criminal kingpin has a connection to a certain local restaurant. So, we’re going to see Kai go undercover as a chef at this restaurant to see what he can uncover.

CBS’ official description for this Kai undercover situation reads like this, “Kai goes undercover as a chef in a local restaurant to gather intel on a notorious criminal kingpin who has a connection to the eatery.”

The second and last teaser scoop for this new episode 16 lets us know that Jane will be digging up some information in this episode. When she does, she’s going to find out that a certain school that’s located on the mainland actually recruited Alex to play baseball for them with a scholarship offer, and Alex didn’t bother to tell anyone about it.

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CBS’ description for this Jane and Alex storyline reads like this, “Jane discovers that a school on the mainland has recruited Alex on a baseball scholarship, which he’s kept secret from his family.”

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Episode 16 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Moses Good as character (Wally), Anthony Ruivivar as character (Daniel Tennant), Ron Menzel as character (Donovan Mance), Andre Pelzer as character (Natchez), Danny Hogan as character (Saugus).

Season regulars continued: Aaron Abrams as character (Chris Polis), Kate Cobb as character (Jenny Alika), Johnny Cannizzaro as character (Ryan Delucci), Brad Berryhil as character (Harvey Colms), Corey Rieger as character (Anders), Rafael Cabrera as character (Watts) and David Bertin Greene as character (Alonzo Descanso).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 16 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).

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Episode 16 was written by Ron McGee, and it was directed by Leslie Hope.

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CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 16 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current, premiere season 1 is indeed scheduled to debut next Monday night, March 14, 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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