NCIS: Hawaii Season 2 Episode 19, titled “Cabin Fever,” is set to air on Monday, May 1, 2023, at 10 pm (ET) on CBS. Unfortunately, there is no official release date for UK and international viewers at this time. This episode will take the team on a thrilling adventure after the mysterious death of an astronaut in a Mars simulation.
NCIS: Hawaii Season 2 Episode 19
Investigating a Sensitive Mars Simulation
In “Cabin Fever,” the NCIS team is tasked with investigating the mysterious death of an astronaut in a highly sensitive Mars simulation. Ernie will be sent into the habitat alone to carry out the investigation, as the team works to uncover the truth. The episode will be available to stream live and on-demand on Paramount+.
Recap: Season 2 Episode 18 “Bread Crumbs”
In the previous episode, titled “Bread Crumbs,” Tennant interrogates a suspect named Harriman during his helicopter transfer. However, the helicopter crashes, leaving Tennant to rely on her skills to save herself and the other passengers. The events of this episode set the stage for the thrilling adventures to come in Episode 19.
The Race to Capture a Criminal
As Tennant and the team work to bring Harriman to justice, they face numerous obstacles and challenges. Stranded on a deserted island, Tennant must rely on her instincts and training to outmaneuver the dangerous criminal. As the search continues, the team uncovers hidden secrets that could change the course of their investigation.
NCIS: Hawaii Season 2 Episode 19 Cast
- Vanessa Lachey as Jane Tennant
- Alex Tarrant as Kai Holman
- Noah Mills as Jesse Boone
- Tobias Jelinek as Paolo Castile
- Jake Matthews as Aaron Patel
- Cara Mitsuko as Lara Uchida
- Gloria Reuben as Commander Tannon McCarthy
- Dylan Bruce as Major Thomas Mullen
Don’t Miss the Suspenseful Episode
Be sure to tune in for NCIS: Hawaii Season 2 Episode 19, “Cabin Fever,” airing on Monday, May 1, 2023, at 10 pm (ET) on CBS. Join the NCIS team as they race against time to uncover the truth behind a mysterious death and bring a dangerous criminal to justice.