Get Everything you need to know about NCIS: Hawaii season 1 episode 19!
Is there a new episode of NCIS: Hawaii on CBS tonight? Is the crime procedural set to return following a post-crossover hiatus?
While it would be ideal to see the show return sooner rather than later, it does feel as though the story has been put on hold for at least a little while longer. There is no new episode on CBS tonight, and the plan is to resume it on April 18. This is not the final break of the season, but we are approaching the home stretch! We know that at the very least the final episodes will be consecutive; this will allow for a bit more story momentum as we watch Jane Tennant and the rest of the crew unravel.
What, then, distinguishes season 1 episode 19 from the rest? To be specific, this upcoming story is titled “Nurture,” and it centers on a shocking case involving local wildlife. It’s a critical issue for the team to resolve, and many viewers may benefit from the experience. Isn’t it nice to have a few stories where this could happen?
For a few additional details (if you haven’t already seen them), please see the complete NCIS: Hawaii season 1 episode 19 synopsis below:
“Nurture” – The NCIS team investigates a shipwreck that brought exotic animals to Oahu, posing a threat to the island’s native wildlife. Additionally, Alex suffers a career-ending injury, and Kai asks Melanie, a fish and wildlife agent, out on a date, on the CBS Television Network, Monday, April 18 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT), and available live and on-demand on Paramount+*.
Of course, we hope that by the end of this episode, Alex has found a glimmer of hope and Kai has made some progress in his romantic life! One of the things that this show has done quite well over the years is to ensure that some of the team has a life outside of work. After all, isn’t that delicate balance critical?
What are you most looking forward to seeing on NCIS: Hawaii season 1 episode 19 next week?
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