New NCIS Hawaii Season 1 Spoilers For March 21, 2022 Episode 17 Revealed

New NCIS Hawaii Season 1 Spoilers For March 21, 2022 Episode 17 Revealed

Hey, “NCIS: Hawaii” fans. We hope that episode 16 delivered all of the action and drama that you could handle tonight. Now that episode 16 has officially made its run, we are back on here, once again, to deliver up some new spoiler scoops for you guys. In this article, we’ve got the 411 on what’s going down in the next, new episode 17 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current, premiere season 1, which is due out next Monday night, March 21, 2022.

We were able to get our hands on a couple of new, official teaser descriptions for this new episode 17 by way of CBS’ official episode 17 press release. So, we’re going to break those down for you right now. Let’s go.

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First off, CBS let us know that this new episode 17 of the first season of NCIS: Hawaii is officially named/titled,”Breach.” It sounds like episode 17 will feature some very scandalous, dramatic, interesting, intense, action-filled, suspenseful and emotional scenes as a ransomware attempt causes major danger! Whistler serves up an apology and more.

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We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the ransomware situation. Yep, it turns out that the whole friggin island of Hawaii could be in great danger in this episode as a ransomware attempt causes a dam to malfunction. This terrible development will prompt Ernie and the hacker team to hunt down the ransomware villain as quick as they can before time runs out and all the water and power is shut down!

CBS’ official description for the ransomware debacle reads like this, “When a ransomware attempt causes a dam to malfunction, Ernie and a team of hackers are tasked to find the culprit ,quickly, before all power and water is cut off on the island.”

The second and final teaser scoop for this new episode 17 lets us know that Lucie and Whistler will be serving up some possible emotional and interesting moments at some point. Apparently, these two will end up working together. So, that is going to give Whistler the opportunity to apologize to Lucy and try to fix their broken relationship.

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CBS’ description for this Lucy and Whistler storyline reads like this, “Lucy and Whistler work together, giving Whistler a chance to apologize to Lucy and mend their relationship.”

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Episode 17 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Napoleon Tavale as character (Thomas Priestley), Nicholas Koenig as character (Bryce McAffrey), Maury Sterling as character (Hank Braddock), Alex Quijano as character (Alan Mateo), Rafael Cebrian as character (Rodney Shine) and Brad Carter as character (Kevin Rooker).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 17 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 17 was written by Yakira Chambers, and it was directed by Christine Moore.

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CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 17 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current, premiere season 1 is indeed scheduled to make its way to the air next Monday night, March 21, 2022 at approximately 9 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

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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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