NCIS crossover delayed – new release date announced for the New Year

CBS release new teaser for NCIS crossover event

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The NCIS franchise has continued to flourish since the original CBS came out in 2003. Despite the disappointing cancellation of NCIS New Orleans after seven seasons, spin-off NCIS Los Angeles is still getting millions of viewers each week and is currently in the middle of its 14th series. Meanwhile, NCIS is still going strong with season 20 and NCIS Hawaii growing in popularity thanks to its second outing. So it’s no wonder that viewers were thrilled to hear, for the first time ever, all three of the NCIS shows would be coming together.

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from NCIS, NCIS Los Angeles and NCIS Hawaii.

When is the new release date for the NCIS three-way crossover?

Last month, CBS announced the groundbreaking news NCIS, NCIS Los Angeles and NCIS Hawaii would be brought together for a three-way crossover special.

This would be the first time in the show’s extensive history the entire franchise would coincide for one epic storyline.

The network told viewers they should expect to see the three-hour special on Monday, January 2, on CBS.

But it has now been explained this will sadly no longer be the case.

During CBS’ coverage of the National Christmas Tree Lighting, it was revealed the NCIS, NCIS Los Angeles and NCIS Hawaii cross-over would be delayed by one week.

So instead of coming out on Monday, January 2, like originally planned, the event will air on Monday, January 9, in the USA.

An official reason for the delay hasn’t been given, unfortunately, so it is unclear why fans are having to wait longer.

Nevertheless, the synopsis for the special certainly makes it sound like the TV event will be worth waiting for.

In the opening NCIS episode called Too Many Cooks, agents from all three teams gather in Washington to attend a retirement party for a beloved FLETC instructor who they all had dealings with.

Sadly, they all find themselves investigating his unexpected suicide shortly after but not everything is as it seems.

NCIS LA’s Chris O’Donnell, LL Cool J and NCIS Hawaii’s Vanessa Lachey and Noah Mills are to guest star.

The special will then take fans to the beautiful island state of Hawaii for the second part.

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NCIS Hawaii’s Deep Fake is going to see Jane Tennant (played by Vanessa Lachey), Jimmy Palmer (Brian Dietzen) and Sam Hanna (LL Cool J) captured by a CIA agent needing intel.

Meanwhile, Jessie Boone (Noah Mills), Ernie Malik (Jason Antoon), Kate Whistler (Tori Anderson) and Alden Parker (Gary Gole) are going to learn of an asset that arrived in Hawaii which may be linked to several assassinations.

NCIS LA’s Callen (Chris O’Donnell) is also going to guest star in this episode.

The special will then conclude with NCIS Los Angeles and an episode called A Long Time Coming.

Agents Devin Roundtree (Caleb Castille) and Fatima Namazi (Medalion Rahimi) will be searching for Hollace Kilbride (Gerald McRaney) who is missing in action.

During their search, the pair are ambushed and discover every member of the team has a $200,000 bounty on their head through the dark web.

NCIS’ Gary Cole, Wilmer Valderrama and NCIS Hawaii’s Lachey and Yasmine Al-Bustami are all to guest star.

The NCIS three-way crossover special will air on Monday, January 9, on CBS in the USA. A UK release date hasn’t been announced.

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