The upcoming newest addition to the NCIS franchise, NCIS: Hawaii has added Noah Mills (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier) to its cast, alongside previously announced actors Vanessa Lachey (Call Me Kat), Yasmine Al-Bustami (The Chosen, The Originals), and Jason Antoon (Claws), according to The Hollywood Reporter. In the show, Lachey plays the role of Jane Tennant, the first female Special Agent in Charge of NCIS Pearl Harbor, where she takes control of her team while attempting to balance her work and her family.
Al-Bustami will play Lucy, an inexperienced member of Jane’s team, while Antoon will play Ernie, the NCIS team’s cyber intelligence specialist. Mills is slated to play the role of Jesse, a former big-city detective who ventures to find a new life in Hawaii. Alongside his devotion to his police work, Jesse also makes his role as a father his top priority. In addition, he serves as Jane’s closest confidant.
Mills’s most recent credits include his appearance on Disney+’s The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, The Enemy Within, The Baker and the Beauty, and 2 Broke Girls. Matt Bosack (SEAL Team) and Jan Nash (Rizzoli & Isles) will executive produce the series. NCIS: Hawaii is the first of the long-running franchise to feature a female lead. NCIS is currently on its 18th season, while NCIS: Los Angeles is on its 12th season and NCIS: New Orleans is concluding with its seventh season.