Follow a team of Naval criminal investigators who operate on the Hawaiian islands.Follow a team of Naval criminal investigators who operate on the Hawaiian islands.Follow a team of Naval criminal investigators who operate on the Hawaiian islands.
The world's most successful television series continues on the seductive shores of Hawai'i as the first female Special Agent in Charge of NCIS Pearl Harbor takes command. She and her team balance duty to family and country, investigating high-stakes crimes involving military personnel, national security, and the mysteries of the island itself. This NCIS: Hawai'i team is a skilled mix of mainland transplants who've re-located to the tranquility of the Pacific and wizened locals who know their mahalo from kapu. —CBS
The Pilot had a rushed feel to it, a plot with little 'story.' Contrast that with the first episode of NCIS, where the focus remained on Gibbs and one other character, a SS Agent about to join Gibbs' team. A person new to a storyline needs direction so they can find someone to identify with, and this first episode lacked that focal point. Too many character introductions, with ancillary characters attached to secondary ones, attached to . . . We need more than a recycled opening of a Jack Ryan story, and the typical token PC correct players Hollywood now thinks they must add to every show. Inclusion is a good thing, but not when that's getting jammed down our throats with every new entry in prime time TV. Can we have a normal mix of players that reflects reality, please? We don't need a same-sex relationship in every show we watch. We do need some genuine chemistry between characters, and you don't get that from wooden acting or dialogue that lacks any hint of spark.
- Sep 21, 2021
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