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NCIS: Hawai’i Just Reached Another Milestone, But It’s Bad News

Weeks after CBS dropped an official announcement about letting NCIS: Hawai’i go with no decent ending, one of the network’s most successful shows is still making headlines proving that it won’t be forgotten that easily for quite some time in the upcoming months.

Having already set high standards for other NCIS spinoffs, NCIS: Hawai’i was the franchise’s pioneer in many aspects, and now it has got yet another big, but still disheartening achievement.

Despite all the fuss concerning the show’s cancellation and the season 3 finale’s major cliffhanger, NCIS: Hawai’i proved itself by becoming CBS’ most popular scrapped series while also setting a record for NCIS’ franchise as its shortest spinoff with 54 episodes only.

The police procedural drama’s other deriving series like NCIS: Los Angeles or NCIS: New Orleans were also ditched at some point, though they both surely lived a much longer life coming to their end after 14 and 7 seasons respectively.

Ever since its abrupt cancellation, NCIS: Hawai’i has been an object of everyone’s talk in the media as the fans have been vocal about their intention to call CBS out for scrapping the show and to make an attempt to bring it back to the screen.

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By the time of the series’ season 3 finale, the whole outrage took a completely new level as the last installment ended on a big cliffhanger suggesting something exciting was coming in the show’s lead Jane Tennant’s way, though now this mystery seems to be doomed to stay one forever.

As the NCIS franchise keeps itself busy preparing for launching two more new spinoffs, NCIS: Hawai’i’s fans are still speculating about whether the original series will give its canceled fellow show a leg up by introducing at least some of its characters in NCIS and thus giving them a proper development they deserved all along.

While everything that is going to happen in NCIS’ season 22 is shrouded in mystery, fans’ high expectations will become true or rather will be brutally disproved when the next installment arrives at CBS this fall.

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