The first 3-way crossover event for NCIS Universe will take place in January 2023.

When a hitman puts NCIS Special Agents in his sights, it will be the first time that NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, and NCIS: Hawai'i will all work together.

So far, NCIS and NCIS: Hawai'i have crossed over twice. Their most recent season premieres were one of those times. But NCIS: Los Angeles hasn't joined in yet. Its 14th season starts this Sunday at 10/9c.

When asked about the possibility of a three-way crossover, R. Scott Gemmill, who runs the LA show, told TVLine, "You know, that's a challenge." "There were three different shows during COVID, and we traveled.... We've been talking about it for a long time, so let's hope it happens. We're not going to give up, that's for sure."

In a recent TVLine Q&A, NCIS boss Steven D. Binder agreed with Gemmill and said that even a two-way crossover is hard to do because it takes a day to get to and from Hawaii and anyone on our cast who goes there has to be written out of one or maybe even two of our shows

Binder said that crossing over with Los Angeles is a little easier because they are just "down the street," but it all adds up. It seems easy, but it's really hard to keep track of the days and the shooting schedule.... I'm amazed at how often these shows do it!

The three-way crossover event for NCIS is set to air in January 2023, according to It will be about "a mysterious and highly trained hitman" who has his sights set on a few NCIS agents

At this point, it looks like Gary Cole, Wilmer Valderrama, and Brian Dietzen (who play Alden, Nick, and Jimmy on NCIS), Chris O'Donnell and LL Cool J (who play Callen and Sam on NCIS: Los Angeles), and Vanessa Lachey, Yasmine Al-Bustami, and Noah Mills (all from NCIS: Hawai'i) are on the RSVP list (who play team leader Jane, Lucy and Jesse).


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