The actor reprises his role as LL Cool J in the spin-off after fourteen seasons on NCIS: Los Angeles.
Twist at the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Twenty four hours after the ending of NCIS: Los Angeleson tv for fourteen seasons, it turns out that the day when LL Cool J and his Sam Hanna badge is still far away. The actor made a surprise appearance in the season 2 finale of NCIS: Hawai’i, aired in the US last night. What’s most exciting for fans of the franchise is that this wasn’t a fleeting cameo – he’ll be back in Season 3, as a recurring one.
LL Cool J e Sam Hanna arrivano in NCIS: Hawai’i
In the season two finale of NCIS: Hawai’iSpecial Agent Sam Hanna put his skills to work for Jane Tennant (Vanessa Lachey), NCIS Officer at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. In order not to spoil the fun, we will not tell you how Sam immediately returned very useful to Jane, while we can say that the supervising agent John Swift (guest star Henry Ian Cusick), of the Office of Special Projects, a division of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service that specializes in undercover assignments in the franchise, thought it best to pick up the phone and let someone know that it would not hurt to expand the squad at Pearl Harbor, adding : “I have an idea with whom…”.
In a statement shared with TVLinestar Vanessa Lachey said she was “delighted” to have LL Cool J in the third season of NCIS: Hawai’i. “This is an amazing opportunity to continue to evolve the franchise NCIS. And what better way to do that than with Sam Hanna joining the team?” While the actress was cryptic about exactly how Sam will join the mix (“Here’s the fun part, you’ll figure out how we’re going to solve all cases together.” , she said), she is sure that “we’ll have fun on the set!”. After all, they already have crossover experience behind them. And it would seem to have been one of these, precisely the triple crossover with NCIS e NCIS: Los Angeles last January, to have played “an important role” in creating the conditions for a transfer of LL Cool J to Hawaii. “We all loved working on the triple crossover, so this transition felt natural,” Lachey said.