Is NCIS: Hawaii Season 2 going to happen at CBS?
NCIS: Hawaii is the latest addition to the NCIS franchise. Will we get to see more? Is NCIS: Hawaii Season 2 going to happen?
We finally have an NCIS agency with a woman in charge. Vanessa Lachey is certainly proving why she landed the role of Jane Tennant in the new NCIS series, and there’s no doubt that we want to see more. The question is whether CBS is going to give us that.
Let’s be honest, though; we’re not expecting renewals to happen just yet. The series has just landed a full-season order, which is great news. However, CBS doesn’t tend to renew shows until around March or April of a TV season. So we’re looking at March 2022 at the earliest for a decision on this show.
What are the chances of getting good news? We’re pretty confident about them.
NCIS: Hawaii Season 2 is likely going to happen
The full-season order is the first good sign. It came just three episodes into the series. Now the series just has to hold steady.
The live TV ratings are on the low-ish side for an NCIS show, but then, NCIS Season 19 has dropped. We’ve got to remember that the shows are no longer on Tuesday nights. They’ve moved to Mondays and Mondays haven’t been great for CBS for a while.
NCIS and NCIS: Hawaii have pulled the ratings up compared to All Rise and Bull last season. This is why we’re saying a renewal is likely to happen. CBS will want to keep the good shows on the air to compete with ABC and NBC in the timeslots.
The series is 12th out of all 19 scripted shows in the demo. When looking at the audience, it sits higher in eighth place. These are good places to sit right now. It’s the second-best new drama on the network and third-best new drama overall on broadcast. It’s a no-brainer for CBS to renew it.
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NCIS: Hawaii airs Mondays at 10/9c on CBS in the United States and on Global TV in Canada.