New NCIS Hawaii Season 1 Spoilers For May 23, 2022 Finale Episode 22 Revealed

New NCIS Hawaii Season 1 Spoilers For May 23, 2022 Finale Episode 22 Revealed

Hey, “NCIS: Hawaii” fans. It’s that time again, we’re back to drop another new spoiler session in your lap. In this one, we’re going to let you guys know how this very first season of NCIS: Hawaii will cap off when the next, new episode 22 hits the air next Monday night, May 23, 2022. That’s right, guys. Episode 22 is indeed the season 1 finale episode.

We were able to collect a couple of new, official teaser descriptions for this new episode 22 straight from CBS’ official episode 22 press release. So, we’re going to certainly dive straight into those right now. Let’s get to it.

To start, CBS revealed that there is an official name/title for this new episode 22. It’s called, “Ohana.” It sounds like episode 22 will feature some interesting, intense, dramatic, possible action-filled, suspenseful and emotional scenes as the aftermath of the prisoner exchange takes place. Whistler tries to win back Lucy and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the prisoner exchange aftermath situation. Yep, it turns out that we’re going to see the aftermath of the prisoner exchange between the USA and eastern Europe in this episode. During it, Captain Milius will continue to team up with Jane Tennant and her NCIS: Hawaii crew.

CBS’ official description for this prisoner exchange aftermath situation reads like this, “Captain Milius (Enver Gjokaj) continues to work with Tennant and her team in the aftermath of the prisoner exchange between the U.S. and eastern Europe.”

The second and final teaser description for this new episode 22 lets us know that Whistler has gotten some advice from Ernie that he will actually decide to use. This advice entails Whistler making a grand gesture to try and win Hope back.

CBS’ description for this Whistler, Ernie and Lucy storyline reads like this, “Whistler takes Ernie’s advice and makes a grand gesture in the hope of winning Lucy back.”

Episode 22 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Moses Goods as character (Wally), Enver Gjokaj character (Capt. Milius), Seana Kofoed as character (Commander Chase), Mark Gessner as character (CGIS Agent Neil Pike), Sharif Atkins as character (Norman “Boom Boom” Gates), Danielle Nuela Zalopany as character (Hina).

Guest stars continued: Iman Nazemzadeh as character (Dr. Dunne), Nicholas Bonanno as character (Commander Thomas Kelley), Sam Bass as character (Hulking DSS Agent), Mary Thornton as character (Major Lydia Vail), Mark Wilson as character (State Department Official), Lic Hand as character (Charlie 1), Izabella Miko as character (Alina Nikitin) and Billy Boyd as character (Colin McIntyre).

Episode 22 will feature one recurring star. That one person is: Mahina Napoleon as character (Julie Tennant).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 22 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 22 was written by Matt Bosack & Christopher Silber, and it was directed by Tim Andrew.

CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new, finale episode 22 of NCIS: Hawaii’s current, premiere season 1 is indeed scheduled to hit the air next Monday night, May 23, 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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