What else may viewers anticipate in the second half of the second season’s final episode? Here is everything we currently know about NCIS Hawai’i Season 2.
Are you prepared to finally say goodbye to NCIS Hawai’i Season 2? Then we can assure you that the much-anticipated second part of the finale episode will be here sooner than everyone thought! The show, which is a spin-off of the long-running series NCIS and the fourth series in the NCIS franchise, has captured audiences with its heartfelt storyline, characters, and compelling performances.
Especially if you tuned into streaming the second season, then you’ll know that the viewers were left on the edge of their seats with every episode and are eager to see what happens in the second part of the finale more so than ever! Hence, it’s time to brace yourself for more drama and action as the series continues to learn more about this captivating series’ final episode on CBS.
NCIS Hawai’i Season 2: When will Part 2 of the finale episode premiere on CBS?
Attention readers! It has been officially confirmed that the second part of the NCIS Hawai’i Season 2’s finale episode will definitely return to your television screen within a week. The episode is simply titled, “Dies Irae,” which will premiere on Monday, May 22, 2023 at the same time slot of 10/9c on CBS and later on Paramount Plus.
The official synopsis states, “When a figure Jane encountered during her time as an officer with the CIA, she and her colleagues seek help to apprehend a killer who’s threatening to destroy everything Jane has built.” The episode is directed by Tim Andrew and written by Matt Bosack & Jan Nash.
The episode will continue the plot from the first part of the finale episode, “Past Due,” in which the viewers got to see that when a former MI6 agent is murdered, the NCIS: Hawai’i team investigates and when Jane realizes the secrets of her past has been exposed, she goes to great lengths to track down the murderer. The episode is directed by Jimmy Whitmore and written by Christopher Silber & Yalun Tu.
We would like to mention that the network hasn’t released any new promos for the finale’s second part, so you should definitely check out the official promo for the first part to recap the plot:
NCIS: Hawai’i Season 2 Cast and Crew
The main cast members of the series include Vanessa Lachey as Jane Tennant, Ronda Kahana Williams as young Jane Tennant, Alex Tarrant as Kai Holman, Noah Mills as Jesse Boone, Yasmine Al-Bustami as Lucy Tara, Jason Antoon as Ernie Malik, Tori Anderson as Kathrine Marie “Kate” Whistler, and Kian Talan as Alex Tennant.
The recurring cast includes Enver Gjokaj as Captain Joe Milius, Mahina Napoleon as Julie Tennant, Julie White as Maggie Shaw, Sharif Atkins as Captain Norman ‘Boom Boom’ Gates, Seana Kofoed as Commander (Dr.) Carla Chase. The series was created by Christopher Silber, Jan Nash, and Matt Bosack who also serve as writers and executive producers alongside Larry Teng who directed multiple episodes.
NCIS: Hawai’i Season 2: A Quick Recap
The season started with Tennant’s team, along with NCIS agents Nick Torres and Jessica Knight, tracking The Raven’s whereabouts on the island of Oahu and learning about his plans to attack the world’s largest international maritime warfare exercise. The NCIS team investigates the world of illegal street racing after a Marine staff sergeant’s body is discovered in a junkyard.
Tennant is concerned Alex is hiding something from her, and Whistler is anxious about introducing Lucy to her co-workers.
The NCIS team suspects foul play when they investigate a fatal car crash involving a Navy officer who turns out to be an imposter. Whistler finds herself in danger when she goes undercover to learn the truth behind the accident. When a Navy sailor washes up dead, the NCIS team brings in special agent Pike to unmask the mystery and catch a possible serial killer on the island. Tennant meets Alex’s new girlfriend.
The NCIS team investigates the death of a Navy sailor and goes head-to-head with a ruthless local criminal organization while Lucy looks for a new apartment. When a Marine corporal dies in a tide pool after being exposed to fentanyl, the NCIS team must quickly find the source of the drugs; Alex talks to his parents about taking a gap year.
Ernie reveals personal news to Lucy. When the mother of a young boy goes missing, the NCIS team sets out to find her and learns they aren’t the only ones searching for her. When a naval officer is murdered while moonlighting in community theatre, the NCIS team recruits a familiar face to help lead them to a ruthless international killer.
Kai enlists Whistler to open an investigation into an old friend turned criminal. When Cmdr. Chase is abducted from her home by an Army Ranger accused of murder, the NCIS team must act quickly to find her and the suspect. Tennant, Jimmy Palmer, and Sam Hanna find themselves captured by a woman who claims to be a CIA agent and demands intel from the team.
Agent Pike is ambushed while working undercover with a local Japanese crime family, and Kai goes deeper into his investigation regarding an old friend turned criminal. When an elite special forces Marine captain is murdered, the NCIS team finds the suspect in a really unusual place. Following a close call at a meth lab explosion, the team learns Kai is being targeted by his old friend-turned-criminal and must take him down.
Lucy gets her first big case aboard her aircraft carrier. When the murder of a captain and his wife echoes a previous case, the team brings in a former team member to help determine if they are dealing with a copycat killer.
When a Navy deserter accidentally comes out of hiding, his family becomes a target, which drives the NCIS team and Charlie 1 to investigate who is after them. Lucy surprises the team by returning to Hawaii early. When Navy residents discover their vehicles were burglarized, the team connects it to a series of peculiar crimes and tracks down an unlikely bandit.
Whistler struggles with an uncooperative confidential informant, and Alex weighs his college options. Milius returns to Hawai’i as the NCIS team pursues a dangerous, high-value U.S. government target with the help of a unique informant; Tennant and Daniel deal with Alex’s acceptance into the Naval Academy. When Tennant interrogates a suspect during his helicopter transfer and the helicopter crashes, she must utilize her skills to save herself and the other passengers.
After the mysterious death of an astronaut in a highly sensitive Mars simulation, the NCIS team must send Ernie into the habitat to investigate alone. When Lucy receives a strange call on night watch from a man admitting to murder, the NCIS team sets out to find him. The discovery of a dead former MI6 agent uncovers secrets from Tennant’s past, forcing her to go to extreme lengths to track down the responsible party.
But there’s more! After the premiere of the finale episode of the second season, the series will return for a third season, which is scheduled to air sometime in the fall of 2023–34 streaming season on CBS.
— NCIS: Hawai'i (@NCISHawaiiCBS) February 21, 2023
NCIS: Hawai’i: Where to stream the episodes?
All the episodes of NCIS: Hawai’i are available to stream on Paramount+, FuboTV, and Netflix along with all the prior seasons of this major franchise on the streaming platforms.
The viewers can also stream the series by renting or purchasing on Vudu, Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, and Google Play, with a vast number of membership plans according to the preference of the users. Moreover, the series is also available to watch exclusively on CBS’s official website where the episodes are published after they air on the channel on Mondays in the 10/9c time slot. You are able to stream NCIS: Hawai’i for free on Pluto, and CBS based on the viewers’ location.
— NCIS: Hawai'i (@NCISHawaiiCBS) May 15, 2023
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