CBS has launched a major promo for the one-two punch of NCIS and NCIS: Hawai’i that may populate Monday nights this fall.

By pairing the long-running and brand-new crimesolving procedurals, the promo  says, “We Merely Solved Mondays,” whereas offering fleeting glimpses on the latter, which stars Vanessa Lachey. (Watch it beneath.)
Airing Mondays at 9/8c (starting Sept. 20), NCIS Season 19 will brave the procedural’s fist time slot change ever.As TVLine reported, Mark Harmon, who virtually exited the sequence wholesale, could have a extremely restricted presence as former workforce chief Leroy Jethro Gibbs, whereas Katrina Laws is now a sequence widespread as Explicit Agent Jessica Knight and Gary Cole (The Good Fight) is approaching board as FBI Explicit Agent Alden Park. And that’s all on the heels of every Emily Wickersham (who carried out Bishop) and Maria Bello (as Jack Sloane) exiting the sequence this spring.

Welcome to Mondays — two hours of back-to-back mysteries with the return of #NCIS adopted by the model new sequence premiere of NCIS: Hawai’i.
— NCIS: Hawai’i (@NCISHawaiiCBS) August 13, 2021

Airing Mondays at 10 pm, NCIS: Hawai’i stars Lachey as Jane Tennant, the first female Explicit Agent in Price of NCIS Pearl Harbor. Her workforce accommodates Yasmine Al-Bustami (The Chosen) as Lucy, the eager, junior member; Jason Antoon (Claws) as Ernice, a cyber intelligence specialist; Tori Anderson (No Tomorrow) as Kate, an agent of the Safety Intelligence Firm who’s intent on climbing the expert ladder; Alex Tarrant (800 Phrases) as Kai, an space who after spending most of his grownup life working away from his home, has returned to Hawai‘i as an NCIS agent; and Noah Mills (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier) as Jesse, a former massive metropolis homicide detective who’ has settled in a model new life in Hawai‘i.
Furthermore, Kian Talan (Brainchild) performs Tennant’s oldest baby, Alex, a 16-year-old who’s strong-willed and mature previous his years.
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