NCIS: Hawaii Episode 22 (Finale) – Will someone’s life be in danger?

NCIS Hawaii Episode 22

The release date of NCIS: Hawaii episode 22 is on Monday, May 23 at 10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS. In the two-part season finale of NCIS: Hawaii Captain Milius, will be present, and he and Jane Tennant will be cooperating to settle an increasingly serious issue.

Capt. Joe Milius and Jane Tennant were reunited in the episode penultimate episode, monitoring a Russia-US prisoner swap that went horribly wrong. As a result, Milius works to defuse tensions between Russia and the United States. Someone wants to go to war, whether it’s Russia or someone else.   Read the recap below. Are you eager to watch the new episode 22? If you’re looking for a few more tidbits about what’s to come.  Here’s ( everything you need to know including the promo and release date.

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NCIS: Hawaii Episode 22 (Finale) Recap: Did Lucy and Whistler break up?

NCIS: Hawaii Episode 22 Spoilers

NCIS: Hawaii Special Episode 22 is called “Ohana” It will be one of the most epic stories. This could be the season’s most critical episode since lives are at stake and there are certain to be explosions.  In the aftermath of the prisoner swap between the United States and eastern Europe, Captain Milius, played by Enver Gjokaj, continues to collaborate with Tennant and the rest of her squad. Jane Tennant (Vanessa Lachey) races to save her love interest, Capt. Joe Milius is attempting to save the globe. Could someone’s life be in danger? Who Is a cliffhanger possible? NCIS: Hawaii has already been renewed for a second season. We’ll just have to wait and see in detail.

There are also a number of personal storylines, such as Whistler attempting everything she can to win Lucy over.  In addition, towards the end of the two-part season finale, a romantic couple, NCIS’s Lucy (Yasmine Al-Bustami) and the FBI’s Whistler (Tori Anderson), eventually, get on the same page. Whistler follows cyber specialist Ernie’s (Jason Antoon) recommendation and makes a huge gesture in the hopes of regaining Lucy’s affection. We want to see these two happy!

NCIS Hawaii Episode 22 Synopsis: Captain Milius continues to work with Tennant and her team in the aftermath of the prisoner exchange between U.S. and Eastern Europe; Whistler takes Ernie’s advice and makes a grand gesture in hopes of winning back Lucy.

Where to Watch NCIS: Hawaii Episode 22

NCIS: Hawaii episode 22 will air on Monday, May 23 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 22 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)

NCIS Hawaii Episode 21 Recap

Corporal Mason Cartwright of the US Embassy in Manila is in Hawai’i for special training. He gets entangled in a marital squabble between Anna (Caitlin Mehner) and David Freeloff the night before he’s meant to start that specific training. Cartwright is stabbed once by David, and the unfortunate Marine dies before falling to the ground. Commander Chase (Seana Kofoed) states that David Freeloff stabbed Cartwright in a precise manner in order to kill him. The marital squabble was allegedly orchestrated in order to draw Cartwright to his death, according to closed-circuit video evidence. Agent Tennant’s investigation takes him to Captain Millius (Enver Gjokaj), who is preparing to carry out a prisoner swap: Russian spy Anton Breskov (Jason Downs) for US Navy Commander Kelly. Millius invites Tennant to join him in Manilla. The Coast Guard Investigative Service’s Special Agent Neal (Mark Gessner) arranges for Millius and Tennant to fly on a Coast Guard plane. Agent Tara apprehends Anna Freeloff, but the accomplice quits talking after some drivel about her not knowing any laws. David Freeloff is apprehended by the squad, but he isn’t much more chatty than his wife. Tennant tries to elicit information from Breskov on the journey to Manilla, but the spy easily evades her questioning. When they arrive, Millius wants to have supper with Tennant. Tennant believes Millius wants them to have supper with Breskov to see if they can get any important information from him. Millius does, however, get some alone time with Tennant in her hotel room, where they have sex. The Marshalls’ vehicle transporting the Freeloffs explodes the next day, killing both the inmates and the marshalls. When the Russians find out, the prisoner swap is jeopardized. Tennant, on the other hand, is able to calm everyone down and the trade takes place. Kelly, on the other hand, had a problem. He started convulsing and was foaming at the mouth. Something was done to him by the Russians. They could have poisoned him, but why would they do that when they were already planning a prisoner swap? On the Coast Guard plane, Commander Kelly is examined by a medical practitioner. he appears to be in good health but then experiences a seizure. Meanwhile, Alex Tennant (Kian Talan), Agent Jane Tennant’s son, is still on crutches. Agent Malek pays a visit to the Tennant household to see how Alex and Julie are doing, but he suffers from an athletic injury of his own.

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