“NCIS: Hawai’i” is teasing next week’s episode with a tense episode. Here’s everything we know about what’s coming next.
The upcoming episode of “NCIS: Hawai’i” looks eventful to say the least. CBS recently released its trailer, along with a few other hints of what fans should expect.
Episode 11 is titled “The Game,” and airs January 17. In the teaser, Lucy is seen going undercover in tense game of poker. Her plan seems to backfire, as viewers see her character being held at gunpoint. Watch the trailer below.
The network’s description of the episode makes sense with what the teaser reveals. It also suggests that Lucy will be dealing with complicated emotions in her personal life.
“When evidence to put away a drug kingpin is stolen, Lucy goes undercover at an underground poker tournament to find out which high-roller is behind the crime; Lucy’s feelings are in turmoil when Whistler’s ex-girlfriend arrives in town,” the description reads.
Fans are sharing their excitement in the comments section.
“I am so excited [a]bout the whole episode,” one fan says.
Power Couple on ‘NCIS: Hawai’i’
Viewers are hopeful that Lucy and Kate will continue to stay a strong couple, amidst the likelihood of drama in Episode 11. The show’s latest Instagram post shows a cute moment between both women at a fancy dinner date.
Fans are rooting for the power couple in the comments. Perfectly nicknamed #Kacy, some viewers say that they watch the “NCIS” spinoff for them in particular.
“This is the only NCIS show i watch. Cheers to the writers of this show.. keep up the amazing job,” @wapoose7 says.
“I instantly fell in love with series, so much women power and right in the first episode this beautiful romance ❤🌹 that’s the way to go 😍❤️” @magdasoph writes.
“I’m rooting for them, but I think Whistler is gonna break Lucy’s heart,” @lkdeuce adds.
We hope that the upcoming episode gives us some answers.
Will ‘NCIS: Hawai’i’ Be Renewed?
There is no word yet on whether or not CBS will renew “NCIS: Hawai’i” for a second season. Its Monday night ratings make fans optimistic, averaging at 5 million viewers an episode. In addition to this, the series is definitely receiving a full first season. Vanessa Lachey recalls the moment she heard the news.
Before filming a scene, the cast found out that the network was picking up the show for a full season. It was hard for Lachey to contain her excitement.
“Ohhh, and fun fact! This episode was the one we found out we got a FULL season! So if I’m smiling too much, you know why! It was during the container scene when I saw Boom Boom!” Lachey tweets.