NCIS: Hawai’i Canceled by CBS After Three Seasons


CBS has canceled NCIS: Hawai’i after three seasons. The NCIS spin-off was ordered to series amidst the cancelation of Hawaii Five-0 and was the first in the franchise to be female-led. It is currently averaging a 0.35 rating in the Adults 18-49 Live + Same Day demo, which is only enough for 13th place on CBS. On multi-platform, it’s averaged 10.0 million viewers in the first 35 days of viewing for the period between February 11 through March 3, 2024, which puts it in 10th place on CBS. Linear ratings are up 1% in the key demo this season, a healthier year-to-year trend than any other CBS scripted show sans fellow canceled spinoff series CSI: Vegas. 

This is the second consecutive season an NCIS spinoff has wrapped its run on the network, and the third time in four seasons. Nonetheless, the franchise remains strong with the upcoming prequel NCIS: Origins ordered to series, Australian import NCIS: Sydney renewed for a second season, and the code-named NCIS: Europe ordered for Paramount+. 

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