NCIS Hawaii premiere: Fans praise Vanessa Lachey's 'amazing' debut 'My favourite show'

After much anticipation, the first episode of an all-new NCIS spin-off series finally premiered on CBS. With The first female Special Agent in Charge of NCIS Pearl Harbor, Jane Tennant (played by Vanessa Lachey) viewers who were largely impressed took to social media to share their responses.

Fans of the NCIS franchise tuned in to the first episode of NCIS: Hawaii with initial excitement and were left impressed after the premiere ended.

Many of the viewers took to Twitter to share their reactions about the episode, with one praising the entire show: “All I can say is fire, great cast and amazing addition to the NCIS team.

Another shared their excitement for the rest of the season: “So far so good! Definitely liking the locale and looking forward to getting to know these characters more.”

A third wrote: I’m loving NCIS: Hawaii show already and it became my favorite TV show.”

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Whereas a fourth confessed they planned to watch the premiere twice: “I’m definitely going to end up re-watching this episode to catch what I missed, but I think I’m digging NCIS Hawaii so far.”

The episode transported fans to Hawaii and followed single mother Jane Tennant as she was forced to balance her personal life with work.

Viewers got a glimpse of this, as she was pulled out of coaching her daughter’s soccer game to investigate the crash of a highly classified plane.

At the scene of the accident, Jane ran into Navy Capt. Joe Milius (Enver Gjokaj) and later learned the aircraft had been flown by Lt. Commander David Walters.

This was made clear when Lucy showed up at Kate’s home that night and although the pair weren’t a couple, there were signs of a passionate past.

These characters are set to become the first LGBTQ special agent to star in any pilot episode.

Although Tammy Gregorio (Vanessa Ferlito) was a gay character in the NCIS franchise, she made her first appearance in season 3.

Speaking on the inclusion of LGBTQ characters, executive producer Jan Nash, she revealed: Our desire was to create a show that had a really diverse and we meant that in every way — palette of characters. And having these two characters was part of that.”

Other fans shared their thoughts on Twitter: “Great series premiere! I enjoyed it! I can’t wait to see what happens next week!”

One viewer who will be staying tuned wrote: “Enjoyed watching I’ll be back next week”

“The season premiere of NCIS Hawaii was pretty awesome, can’t wait till next week!” another shared.

With an overwhelmingly positive response, fans will have to continue tuning in every week to see what other cases the NCIS: Hawaii team will tackle.

NCIS Hawaii airs every Monday at 10pm Eastern Time on CBS.

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