NCIS Hawaii fans convinced trailer has sealed Hawaii 5-0 crossover after glaring clue

NCIS: Hawai'i new series official trailer 2021

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The NCIS universe has been given an almighty shake-up in 2021 with Jane Tennant (played by Vanessa Lachey) and her NCIS: Hawaii team joining the CBS franchise. And the spin-off promises to deliver on the crime drama’s typical blend of emotive storylines and high-octane action – especially if the first trailer is anything to go by. However, it isn’t just seeing Tennant and her team in action which has caught the eye as a crossover with axed CBS series Hawaii Five-0 is now looking on the horizon according to some eagle-eyed fans.

Hawaii Five-0 came to close on CBS back in 2020 after a decade on air.

And the crime drama was no stranger to venturing into the NCIS universe, with the likes of leading characters Steve McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) and Danny Williams (Scott Caan) venturing into the world of NCIS: Los Angeles.

Back in 2012, in the second season of Hawaii Five-0 and third season of NCIS: LA, Callen (Chris O’Donnell) and Sam Hanna (LL Cool J) teamed up with their counterparts to tackle a case which involved a person of interest for both teams.

However, almost a decade on, there hasn’t been any other crossovers but with the NCIS genre venturing back to the sun-soaked location, a reunion of sorts has long been tipped.

Now following the release of the action-packed NCIS: Hawaii trailer, some clues seem to suggest the crossover could be on its way.

On Reddit, one NCIS fan shared the trailer for the upcoming spin-off to see what fans thought.

And Redditor DizzyAd717 pointed out a number of clues to suggest a return for Hawaii Five-0’s McGarrett and Williams as well as their team SWAT Team 49 could be on the cards.

“Some analysis,” they began before sharing the clues they spotted in the trailer. “The SWAT Bearcat used to ram into the warehouse looks similar to the one used in Five-0 and Magnum P.I.

“Maybe SWAT Team 49 (the bearcat’s team number) will make another appearance. This could be a reference to Five-0 ramming into the warehouse in 1×01.”

The moment in question comes just before the halfway mark in CBS’ 30-second trailer for the new series.

In a split-second shot, the vehicle speeds through a warehouse wall, disturbing a group of criminals who hastily try to make their escape.

Unfortunately, the identity of the drivers of the bearcat remains under wraps – so could it be the Hawaii Five-0 pair making an explosive return?

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Fans will have to wait until NCIS: Hawaii debuts to find out for sure but it wasn’t the only thing to catch the eye from the trailer.

Another eagle-eyed fan spotted a key feature that may suggest a crossover with the flagship NCIS series could be on the horizon.

A few seconds in Jane Tennant and her team approach a crime scene which appears to be a car crash.

Jane makes a comment about needing her “caffeine fix” as team members cordon off the area and police cars approach.

But in the same Reddit thread, user MonkGlonk pointed out: “Maybe a bit premature of a call but appears Dodge may have won the car contract again (like on mothership, whereas NOLA had Ford’s). 

“Looks like a fully blacked-out Durango in the background of the city crime scene (about 9 seconds in). It has red and blue lights in the window so not HPD (Hawaii in general uses blue and white lights) and therefore most likely federal = NCIS?”

Could the police car behind, therefore, belong to Gibbs (Mark Harmon) or another member of the main NCIS team?

All these questions and more are bound to be answered when the series kicks off on NCIS next month.

NCIS: Hawaii premieres on CBS in the USA on September 20. A UK release date is yet to be announced.

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