This story was originally published Feb. 16, 2021 at 4:31 p.m. PST.
It's official! NCIS: Hawaii is coming to CBS.
The network announced on Friday that it has given a series order to the franchise's latest spinoff. The news was made official on CBS' official Twitter account, which was combined with the announcement of a season 13 pickup of NCIS: Los Angeles.
"We have officially renewed @NCISLA and ordered #NCISHawaii for the 2021-22 broadcast season. Get ready!" read the tweet.
According to The Hollywood Reporter,NCIS: NOLA showrunner Chris Silber would also spearhead the Hawaii spinoff, which hails from CBS TV Studios.
NCIS, one of CBS' biggest international hits and the most-watched series on TV, is a spinoff of JAG and introduced several key characters, including Mark Harmon's Jethro Gibbs, in a two-episode arc in 2003. The flagship series, currently in its 18th season, later spun off NCIS: LA in 2009, which is in its 12th season, and NCIS: NOLA in 2014, which is currently in its seventh. (Former JAG stars David James Elliott and Catherine Bell briefly reunited on NCIS: LA in 2019.)