The release date of NCIS: Hawaii episode 21 is on Monday, May 16 at 10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS. The first season of NCIS: Hawaii is coming to a close. NCIS Hawaii Episode 21 of the two-part finale begins with Enver Gjokaj. The good news is NCIS: Hawaii will come back with another new season.
In the previous episode of NCIS: Hawaii, Agent Kai Holman gets a call about a murdered federal prosecutor. Kai pulls the team away from weekend activities to investigate. Agent Lucy Tara was on a first date with a nice woman Kate. Agent Jane Tennant planned a romantic candlelight bath with red wine. Read the recap below. Are you eager to watch the new episode 21? If you’re looking for a few more tidbits about what’s to come. Here’s (www.tvacute.com) everything you need to know including the promo and release date.
NCIS: Hawaii Episode 21 Spoilers
NCIS: Hawaii Special Episode 21 is called “Switchback.” We have a feeling the penultimate episode will be a wild one. Captain Milius has returned to oversee a prisoner swap. He’ll have to fly to the Philippines, where the swap will take place. He’ll undoubtedly need security detail because it’s a perilous mission. Jane and Joe will spend some quality time together. It was fantastic to watch their love bloom at the beginning of the series. Unfortunately, Joe Milius was summoned away for another assignment on the island, so they had to part up. Jane is surprised to see Joe return. She will be a member of the security team. Despite having a team of protectors, Lucy is capable of handling herself. Can Kate and Lucy put their differences aside to concentrate on the next case together? What will their relationship’s fate be?
NCIS Hawaii Episode 21 Synopsis:– Captain Milius (Enver Gjokaj) returns to Hawai’i for a secret prisoner exchange operation, and brings in Jane to be his personal security escort in the Philippines, where the exchange will take place, on part one of the two-part season finales.
Where to Watch NCIS: Hawaii Episode 21
NCIS: Hawaii episode 21 will air on Monday, May 16 at 10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS. and available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+. Live TV services such as FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, YouTube TV, and DirecTV stream allow you to watch new episodes of NCIS: Hawaii on CBS.
NCIS: Hawaii Season 1 Episode 21 Cast
REGULAR CAST: Vanessa Lachey (Special Agent in Charge Jane Tennant) Alex Tarrant (Kai Holman) Noah Mills (Jesse Boone) Yasmine Al-Bustami (Lucy Tara) Jason Antoon (Ernie Malik) Tori Anderson (Kate Whistler) Kian Talan (Alex Tennant) RECURRING CAST: Mahina Napoleon (Julie Tennant)
GUEST CAST: Enver Gjokaj (Capt. Milius) Seana Kofoed (Commander Chase) Mark Gessner (CGIS Agent Neil Pike) Jason Downs (Breskov) Caitlin Mehner (Anna Freeloff) Adam Aalderks (David Freeloff) Iman Nazemzadeh (Dr. Dunne) Nicholas Bonanno (Commander Thomas Kelley) Donta Tanner (LCPL Mason Cartwright) Sam Bass (Hulking DSS Agent) Mary Thornton (Major Lydia Vail) Mark Wilson (State Department Official) WRITTEN BY: Noah Evslin DIRECTED BY: Jimmy Whitmore
NCIS Hawaii Episode 20 Recap
On Friday night, Agent Kai Holman is on duty when he receives a report about a murdered federal prosecutor and a missing sailor who could know who killed the prosecutor. Holman summons the team to investigate the crime, causing them to abandon their weekend plans. Jesse Boone was educating his daughter Grace (Chloe Csengery) about vehicles, but she claims he’s delaying teaching her to drive. Agent Jane Tennant planned to relax with a glass of red wine in a candlelit bubble bath. Ernie Malik, the agent, was at a painting class. Agent Lucy was on a first date with a nice woman at mini-golf to get over her sadness over FBI Agent Kate (Tori Anderson).
Seaman Neil Blake (Abraham Lim) is the missing sailor, who was written up for insubordination a few years ago and ordered to work with a behaviorist to address his anger issues. Blake has been a decent sailor from then till now, when he has supposedly fled a crime scene, despite being fatigued a lot due of his side work as a driver for some Uber-like app (he receives terrible ratings on the app). The crew investigates and discovers that it is connected to a secret deposition scheduled for Saturday at 10:00 a.m. involving a gun runner trafficking firearms to criminal cartels. Dunlap Armor is a family business, and the Dunlap brothers are feuding over it and attempting to accuse one another for various crimes. Carter Dunlap (Tom Lenk) has a meek cowardice about him, as though he’s afraid of the assassin who has slain practically everyone else involved in the case. Carter Dunlap is taken into an interrogation room by the team. Tennant confronts Carter with the fact that his brother is giving a very identical tale, with the exception that in the brother’s version, Carter is the one who hired the assassin, not the one who will use state evidence against Dunlap Armor. Tara learns from FBI Assistant Special Agent in Charge Michael Curtis (Derek Phillips) that FBI Agent Whistler turned down a promotion that would have put her in Washington, D.C. This does not impress Tara, who wishes to leave Whistler.