“NCIS: Hawaii,” which premiered in 2021 as a spinoff of CBS’ military police procedural “NCIS,” concluded this year, with its cancellation announced roughly a month ago. The series finale aired on May 6, leaving many viewers perplexed and angry at the sudden end.

The official cancellation was announced two weeks before the season 3 finale, leading fans to expect an unresolved conclusion to the storylines. As anticipated, the episode ended with a cliffhanger: the main characters gathered at a party for Jane, portrayed by Vanessa Lachey, before Jane returned home to her former mentor Maggie, who ominously said, “Janie, you’re probably going to need a drink for what’s coming next.”

This unanswered ending has sparked outrage and dismay among fans, who have taken to social media to vent their frustration. Many criticized the network for canceling the show with such an open-ended finale, leaving them guessing about Jane’s imminent revelation.

Inspired by the reaction to the cancellation of “So Help Me Todd,” some fans are starting their own campaign to bring “NCIS: Hawaii” back, though specific methods have yet to be defined. With dedicated fans ready to fight for a proper conclusion, CBS may face ongoing backlash over the decision.

By chrysos