Hawaii's cast and creators react to the series' cancellation

NCIS: Hawaii Cast members and co-creators are digesting the news that the series will not return for a fourth season following its cancellation by CBS this afternoon.

“I'm having a really hard time processing this,” Tori Anderson, who played FBI agent Kate Whistler, wrote on X. “Thank you to our amazing crew who makes every day feel like I'm living a dream. I want to say thank you to all the fans. My heart breaks for you too.”

NCIS: Hawaii It was the first series in the franchise with a female protagonist – also a woman of color – Vanessa Lachey as Special Agent in Charge Jane Tennant.

Anderson noted the cancellation, saying, “This is a huge loss for acting,” and concluded with, “I love you so much.”

Jason Anton, who played cyber intelligence specialist Ernie, shared his disappointment on Instagram. “This work is brutal and makes no sense. But we had a lot of fun. Love you all and Mahalo.

Co-creator/executive producer Christopher Silber remembers the film's beginnings NCIS: Hawaii On X.

“Four years ago, @jannash100 @matbosak And I started something very special. We joined an amazing cast, writers and crew… and gathered in Hawaii to perform. But it ended up creating Ohana. I am so grateful to all of you.

Fellow co-creator/executive producer Matt Bosak, who served as director of the series, retweeted Silber's reaction while also sharing his own thoughts on the cancellation.

NCIS: Hawaii It was a dream. And while it's over, I'm forever grateful to my partners @csilb and
@JanNash100, our amazing crew, led by @VanessaLachey, the entire crew, and this amazing island I call home…” “I'm proud of the stories we've been able to tell over these three seasons. To tell fun maritime crime mysteries but also dig into ideas about family, life, love, and identity… to all the fans, especially those who saw themselves in these characters, mahalo nui loa. hui ho. ”

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Cast member Kian Talan, who played Lachie's son, reposted Deadline's story about the cancellation to his IG story with a heart emoji.

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