NCIS: Hawaiʻi Season 3: Will the crime series continue?

“NCIS: Hawaiʻi” is an American crime series from CBS, of which there are now two seasons. Find out here whether a third season will be added.

As the name suggests, “NCIS: Hawaiʻi” is another offshoot of the well-known crime series “NCIS”. Alongside “NCIS: Los Angeles” and “NCIS: New Orleans,” the series is the third spin-off in the “NCIS” universe. Just like the original series, “NCIS: Hawaiʻi” revolves around a group of investigators who, in this case, solve criminal cases in Hawaii. The series has been on the air since 2021 and now comprises two seasons. You can stream the first season on Paramount+. We’ll let you know if a third season will be released.

Will “NCIS: Hawaiʻi” Continue with Season 3?

Fans of “NCIS: Hawaiʻi” can breathe a sigh of relief because a third season of the series will be released. CBS has now officially confirmed this. In the U.S., the new season will probably start in the fall of 2023.

What’s next after “NCIS: Hawaii” Season 2?

The success of the “NCIS” franchise seems to have no end. And also “NCIS: Hawaii” is not excluded. Even if this spin-off doesn’t quite come close to the astronomical ratings of other “NCIS” offshoots, “NCIS Hawaii” still attracts a solid number of viewers in front of the TV. CBS will not give up so quickly and so in February 2023 a season 3 was ordered by the channel. Even though there is officially no release date for the third season of “NCIS: Hawaii”, it can be assumed that the crime series will be seen in the USA in autumn 2023.

Exciting crime thriller alternatives to “NCIS: Hawaiʻi”

To bridge the time until the third season of “NCIS: Hawaiʻi”, we have a few tips with similar series for you:

“Criminal Minds”: The series about a group of FBI profilers now comprises 15 seasons. You can stream them all on Disney+.

“Castle”: Crime writer Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) must help FBI agent Beckett (Stana Katic) solve murder cases. All eight seasons are available to stream on Disney+.

“The Blacklist”: The series about felon Raymond Reddington (James Spader), who delivers criminals to an FBI agent (Megan Boone), is available to stream on Netflix.