Hawaii Five-0 (2010 TV series)

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Hawaii Five-0
Hawaii five-o.png
Hawaii Five-0 Title Card
Genre
Based on Hawaii Five-O by Leonard Freeman
Developed by
Starring
Theme music composer Morton Stevens
Opening theme "Hawaii Five-0 Theme"
Ending theme "Hawaii Five-0 Theme"
Composer(s)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s)
  • English
  • Hawaiian
No. of seasons 8
No. of episodes 175 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Peter M. Lenkov
  • Alex Kurtzman
  • Roberto Orci
Producer(s) Peter M. Tassler
Location(s) Hawaii
Cinematography
  • Kristen Rao
  • Michael Martinez
Editor(s)
  • Rodrick Davis
  • John Pensky
  • Casey Rohrs
Running time 42 minutes
Production company(s)
Distributor CBS Television Distribution
Paramount Home Media Distribution (DVD)
Release
Original network CBS
Picture format HDTV 1080i
Original release September 20, 2010 (2010-09-20) – present
Chronology
Related shows Hawaii Five-O
External links
Website www.cbs.com/shows/hawaii_five_0/

Hawaii Five-0 is an American action police procedural television series, which premiered on Monday, September 20, 2010 on CBS. The series is a reboot of the original series, which aired on CBS from 1968 to 1980. Like the original, it follows an elite state police task force set up to fight crime in the state of Hawaii. The series is produced by K/O Paper Products and 101st Street Television in association with CBS Productions, originally an in-name-only unit of but folded into CBS Television Studios, which has produced the series since the beginning of season three.[1] On March 25, 2016, CBS renewed the series for a seventh season, which premiered on September 23, 2016.[2][3] On March 23, 2017, CBS renewed the series for an eighth season, which premiered on September 29, 2017.[4][5]

Premise

The series covers the actions of a small, specialized DPS task force in Hawaii, headed by Lt. Commander Steve McGarrett, USNR. The task force answers only to the Governor of the state of Hawaii and is given immunity and means to investigate crimes ranging from terrorism to kidnapping. McGarrett chooses as his partner Honolulu PD Detective-Sergeant Danny "Danno" Williams. He fills out the team by selecting HPD lieutenant Chin Ho Kelly, his father's protégé, and Chin's cousin, Kono Kalakaua, a rookie HPD officer. DHS Special Agent Lori Weston is also assigned to the team later on, although she is later forced to return to the DHS by the governor. They are assisted by Dr. Max Bergman, a medical examiner for the County of Honolulu, and Jerry Ortega, Chin's high school classmate and a conspiracy theorist. Steve later adds Lou Grover, a HPD SWAT commander, and for a brief time Catherine Rollins, Steve's girlfriend and a former USNR lieutenant. Following Max, Chin, and Kono's departures, McGarrett fills in their spots by hiring high-achieving HPD academy washout Tani Rey. The team is now assisted by Noelani Cunha as the medical examiner. The team also assisted by two confidential informants: Kamekona Tupuola, and Kono's husband Adam Noshimuri, as well as Duke Lukela, their HPD liaison and Junior Reigns, a Police Candidate and former Navy SEAL, who is determined to join the team.

Cast and characters

Main cast

  • Alex O'Loughlin as Lieutenant Commander Steven J. "Steve" McGarrett, USNR. A decorated former Navy SEAL, McGarrett is head of the Five-0 Task Force and son of retired HPD Sergeant John McGarrett. John's murder and storyline forms the premise of Steve's return to Hawaii and the formation of the Task Force.
  • Scott Caan as Detective Sergeant Danny "Danno" Williams, HPD. He is a divorced single father who transferred from Newark PD in New Jersey to be with his daughter and is the de facto second-in-command of Five-0.
  • Daniel Dae Kim as Detective Lieutenant Chin Ho Kelly, HPD (seasons 1–7). A veteran HPD detective, he was John McGarrett's former rookie and provides technical expertise and local know-how. Kim departed the series in late June 2017 prior to the start of production of the eighth season due to a salary dispute with CBS. Kim had been seeking pay equality with co-stars Alex O'Loughlin and Scott Caan, but CBS's final offer to Kim was 10–15% lower than what O'Loughlin and Caan make in salary.[6]
  • Grace Park as Officer Kono Kalakaua, HPD (seasons 1–7). A former surfer, she was personally recruited by McGarrett while still in her final days at the HPD Academy. She is the cousin of Lieutenant Kelly. Park departed the series in late June 2017 prior to the start of production of the eighth season due to a salary dispute with CBS. Park had been seeking pay equality with co-stars Alex O'Loughlin and Scott Caan, but CBS's final offer to Park was 10–15% lower than what O'Loughlin and Caan make in salary.[6]
  • Taryn Manning as Mary Ann McGarrett, (season 1; recurring subsequently) Steve's sister who lives on the mainland and occasionally visits Hawaii.
  • Masi Oka as Dr. Max Bergman (seasons 2–7; recurring previously), the eccentric and well-respected County of Honolulu medical examiner.
  • Lauren German as Special Agent Lori Weston (season 2; guest previously).[7] A senior DHS agent assigned to Five-0 to provide oversight.
  • Michelle Borth as Lieutenant Catherine Rollins, USNR (seasons 3–4; recurring previously and subsequently). A former Navy Intelligence officer and McGarrett's ex-girlfriend.
  • Chi McBride as Captain Lou Grover, HPD (season 4–present; recurring previously). A transfer from Chicago PD and has two children with his wife Renée.
  • Jorge Garcia as Jerry Ortega (season 5–present; recurring season 4), a conspiracy theorist who assisted Five-0 during several investigations and is eventually hired as a "consultant".
  • Meaghan Rath as Officer Tani Rey (season 8–present),[8] whom McGarrett recruits from her job as a hotel pool lifeguard after being kicked out of the police academy, despite being a first-rate candidate. She initially declines to join but later joins as a team member.
  • Taylor Wily as Kamekona Tupuola (season 8–present; recurring previously),[9] a rehabilitated ex-convict, turned entrepreneur and owner of the Waiola Shave Ice, Kamekona's Shrimp Truck, and Kamekona's Helicopter Tours. He is a CI for the Five-0 Task Force and their friend.
  • Dennis Chun as Sgt. Duke Lukela (season 8–present; recurring previously),[9] HPD officer who often acts as a liaison to Five-0. He was one of the few HPD cops who was not antagonistic towards Danny or the other Five-O members from the beginning, as he was colleagues with Steve's father and also personally knew Chin and Kono's family. In "Hookman", he was shot by Curt Stoner (Peter Weller), but survived and recovered. Chun is the son of Kam Fong Chun, who played Chin Ho Kelly in the original series.
  • Kimee Balmilero as Dr. Noelani Cunha (season 8–present; recurring previously)[9]
  • Beulah Koale as Junior Reigns (season 8–present),[8] a former Navy SEAL who asks McGarrett, a fellow SEAL, for a job. Initially turned down he returns to McGarrett a second time. McGarrett later introduces him to Duke Lukela and informs him that before becoming a member of Five-0 he will need to join and finish the Police academy.
  • Ian Anthony Dale as Adam Noshimuri (season 8–present; recurring previously),[8] Kono's husband, and a confidential informant to Five-0.

Recurring cast

Episodes

Season Episodes Originally aired Nielsen ratings
First aired Last aired Rank Viewers
(in millions)
1 24 September 20, 2010 (2010-09-20) May 16, 2011 (2011-05-16) 22 11.26[10]
2 23 September 19, 2011 (2011-09-19) May 14, 2012 (2012-05-14) 26 11.83[11]
3 24 September 24, 2012 (2012-09-24) May 20, 2013 (2013-05-20) 35 10.36[12]
4 22 September 27, 2013 (2013-09-27) May 9, 2014 (2014-05-09) 21 11.66[13]
5 25 September 26, 2014 (2014-09-26) May 8, 2015 (2015-05-08) 20 12.28[14]
6 25 September 25, 2015 (2015-09-25) May 13, 2016 (2016-05-13) 25 11.04[15]
7 25 September 23, 2016 (2016-09-23) May 12, 2017 (2017-05-12) 15 12.15[16]
8 24[17] September 29, 2017 (2017-09-29) TBA TBA TBA

Crossovers

Crossover between Episode(s) Type Actors crossing over Date aired
Series A Series B
Hawaii Five-0 NCIS: Los Angeles "Ka Hakaka Maikaʻi"
(Hawaii Five-0 2.6)
Guest appearance Appearing in Series A: Daniela Ruah October 24, 2011
Joe White calls in Agent Kensi Blye from NCIS: Los Angeles Office to review the video of John McGarrett, Governor Jameson, and Wo Fat for Steve, but only recognizes the word "Shelburne".
Hawaii Five-0 NCIS: Los Angeles "Pa Make Loa"
(Hawaii Five-0 2.21)
"Touch of Death"
(NCIS: Los Angeles 3.21)
Two-Part Crossover Appearing in Series A: Chris O'Donnell, LL Cool J
Appearing in Series B: Scott Caan, Daniel Dae Kim
April 30, 2012
May 1, 2012
Agents Sam Hanna and G. Callen of NCIS: Los Angeles are called in to assist Five-0 finding a suspect, Dracul Comescu. Later, Callen and Sam must return to Los Angeles to stop a possible smallpox outbreak from becoming a reality with Danny Williams and Chin Ho Kelly coming along to help.
MacGyver Hawaii Five-0 "Flashlight"
(MacGyver 1.18)
One-Part Crossover Appearing in Series A: Daniel Dae Kim, Grace Park, Taylor Wily March 10, 2017
The Phoenix Foundation team of MacGyver gets rerouted to Hawaii after a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hits the coast of Hawaii. While aiding Detective Chin Ho Kelly and Officer Kono Kalakaua from Five-0 task force, they also have to deal with the Chinese intelligence soldiers who use the earthquake to steal top-secret weaponry that the scientists are currently developing.

Production

History

The idea to bring Hawaii Five-O back to television had been under consideration well before the 2010 version was announced. The first attempt was a one-hour pilot for a new series that was made in 1996 but never aired, although a few clips were found years later and are available online. Produced and written by Stephen J. Cannell, it was intended to star Gary Busey and Russell Wong as the new Five-0 team. Original cast member James MacArthur briefly returned as Dan Williams, this time as governor of Hawaii, with cameos made by other former Five-O regulars. Another attempt was made to turn the project into a film by Warner Bros. but that also was scrapped.[18]

On August 12, 2008, CBS announced that it would bring Hawaii Five-O back to the network schedule for the 2009–10 television season. The new version would be an updated present-day sequel, this time centering on Steve McGarrett, who succeeds his late father Steve (Jack Lord's character in the original series) as the head of the unit. Edward Allen Bernero, executive producer and showrunner of Criminal Minds, was to helm the new take, which he described as "Hawaii Five-O, version 2.0". It was also to incorporate most of the iconic elements from the original, including the "Book 'em, Danno" catchphrase, into the remake. Bernero, who was a fan of the original, and had a ring tone of the series' theme song on his cell phone, had always wanted to bring the series back to TV.[19] This version did not go beyond the script stage.

In October 2009, it was announced that Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci had signed on to script a pilot episode, and that Peter M. Lenkov would serve as the series showrunner.[20] Kurtzman and Orci decided to reboot the original concept similar to their work on the 2009 Star Trek film, rather than a sequel to the original series. Production on the pilot was shot in and around Honolulu from February to April 2010.

On May 17, 2010, the Hawaii Five-O remake was picked up by CBS, which scheduled it for Monday nights in the 10–11 p.m. time slot.[21][22] The news was good for the state of Hawaii, which hopes that the remake will pump new life into the economy. Production of the remainder of the first season started in June 2010.[23][24] On June 24, 2010, the producers announced that it will use the warehouse at the former Honolulu Advertiser building as the official soundstage studio for the series starting in July 2010.[25] Exteriors representing Five-0 headquarters in the series are located at the Judiciary History Center of the Supreme Court Building in Honolulu, directly across the street from Iolani Palace, which represented Five-O headquarters in the original series.

On October 21, 2010, CBS announced that the first season had been given a full season order of 24 episodes.[26] Subsequent seasons have consisted of between 23 and 25 episodes.

This revival series uses a zero as the last character in its title instead of the letter "O" that is used in the title of the original series. According to Los Angeles Times, a CBS insider said that the disambiguation was necessary because of search engine results.[27] When Variety conducted its own search engine test on Google, it found that "Hawaii Five-0" (with the zero) had 263,000 results while "Hawaii Five-O" (with the letter O) had over 1.7 million.[28]

Online voting by viewers determined the ending of the January 14, 2013 episode "Kapu" ("Forbidden"), with two zones, Eastern and Central Time Zones, and Mountain and Pacific Time Zones, each getting their own result. Each alternative ending could be seen online after the episode aired.[29][30]

In October 2013 it was announced that the show was planning a fan built episode.[31] Fans of the show were able to vote on several elements of the show including scene of the crime, victim, murder weapon, suspect and take down. Once production began fans were also able to vote for props, cast wardrobe, music, and the episode title.[31] The episode aired on April 4, 2014, and was titled "Hoʻi Hou" ("Reunited")[32][33]

Casting

In February 2010, it was announced that Daniel Dae Kim had been cast to play Chin Ho Kelly, an ex-cop trained by Steve McGarrett's father. He was the first actor cast for the remake.[34] Several days later, Alex O'Loughlin was cast as Steve McGarrett,[35] the son of ex-cop John McGarrett (portrayed by William Sadler). The producers pay homage to the original series throughout the first year by making one of Steve's hobbies restoring his father's 1974 Mercury Marquis, which is in fact the actual car driven by Jack Lord in the latter half of the original series' run.[36] Actress Grace Park was later cast as rookie detective Kona "Kono" Kalakaua.[37] Although in the original series, the character of Kono was male, the reboot series swapped the cop's gender in order to steer clear of a task force void of women.[38] Scott Caan was cast as Danny "Danno" Williams. In the recurring cast are Jean Smart as Governor Pat Jameson and Masi Oka as the medical examiner Max Bergman. Oka was upgraded to series regular for the second season.[39]

Of note, several recurring roles have been filled by surviving members of the original cast. Al Harrington, who played Det. Ben Kokua in the original series, now plays a friend of McGarrett's, Mamo Kahike.[40] Dennis Chun, who had various guest roles in the original series and is the son of Kam Fong Chun (the actor that portrayed the original Chin Ho), has a recurring role as HPD Sgt. Duke Lukela in the remake.[41] James MacArthur, the last surviving main cast member from the original series, agreed to guest-star in a first-season episode; however, he died on October 28, 2010, before filming his appearance.[42]

Larisa Oleynik was cast as Jessica Kaye[43] (changed to Jenna Kaye in the episode broadcast),[44] scheduled to join the Five-0 task force in the show's 19th episode.[45] Oleynik appeared on a recurring basis for the remainder of the 2010–11 season, with an option to become a regular in season 2;[46] however, her character was killed off in season 2, episode 10. It was also announced that Terry O'Quinn would be joining the cast of the show in season two,[47] along with Lauren German, who would play Lori Weston, a former Homeland Security (and FBI agent) official assigned by the new governor to keep an eye on the team.[48]

Since the show began in 2010 Michelle Borth had a recurring role where she appeared as on and off Steve McGarrett's girlfriend, Lt. Catherine Rollins, a Navy Lieutenant. On March 26, 2012, CBS announced that Borth would become a cast regular on Hawaii Five-0 for season 3.[49][50] On March 27, 2014, it was announced that she would not be returning for the fifth season, with the reason for her departure left unknown.[51] On April 24, 2015 it was announced that Borth would return as a guest star for the shows fifth-season finale.[52] In July 2015 it was announced that Borth would have a recurring role in the first three episodes of the shows 6th season.[53] On September 8, 2016 it was announced that Borth would be returning as a guest for the shows 150th episode.[54] Christine Lahti was also cast in a recurring role as Doris McGarrett, the thought-to-be-deceased mother of Steve McGarrett.[55]

On July 10, 2013 ahead of the show's fourth season it was announced that Chi McBride would have a guest spot in the first episode of the season.[56][57] On November 21, 2013 it was announced that McBride would become a series regular beginning with the seasons 10th episode.[58][59] After appearing as a guest star in several season four episodes, Jorge Garcia who plays the character of Jerry Ortega (a conspiracy theorist and high school classmate of Chin's) was promoted to series regular commencing season five. This is the second time Kim and Garcia serve as regulars together with Lost being the first.[60]

Beginning with the second episode of the 2016–17 season, Claire Forlani had a recurring role as Alicia Brown, a retired criminal profiler who helped the team find a serial killer.[61]

On November 17, 2016, it was announced that Masi Oka who portrays Dr. Max Bergman would be departing the series after the thirteenth episode of the seventh season.[62]

On June 30, 2017, ahead of the series's eighth season, it was announced that series regulars Daniel Dae Kim and Grace Park would be departing the series due to a salary dispute with CBS. Kim and Park had been seeking pay equality with co-stars Alex O'Loughlin and Scott Caan, but did not reach satisfactory deals with CBS Television Studios. CBS's final offer to Kim and Park was 10–15% lower than what O'Loughlin and Caan make in salary.[6] An update of their characters would be given in the first episode of the new season.[63]

Following Kim's and Park's departures it was announced that longtime recurring cast member Ian Anthony Dale who portrays Kono Kalakaua's husband Adam Noshimuri had been upped to series regular for the eighth season. It was also announced that Meaghan Rath and Beulah Koale would join the series as new characters and new members of Five-0.[8]

On July 21, 2017 it was announced that recurring cast members Taylor Wily, Kimee Balmilero, and Dennis Chun would also be upped to series regulars for the eighth season.[64]

Music

Hawaii Five-0 uses the original show theme song composed by Morton Stevens. Critics received an early copy of the pilot with a synthesizer and guitar-based version of the theme. After negative reaction to the reworked song spread quickly online, Kurtzman said he and others realized that changing the music was a mistake, and arranged for studio musicians,[65] including three who had worked on the original from 1968,[66] to rerecord the theme "exactly as it was", except shortened to 30 seconds[65] from its original length of about 60 seconds.[67] Original instrumental music is composed by Brian Tyler and Keith Power.[68]

Soundtrack

Hawaii Five-0: Original Songs from the Television Series
Soundtrack album by Various
Released October 4, 2011
Recorded Various dates
Genre Soundtrack
Length 44:33
Language English
Label CBS

Hawaii Five-0: Original Songs from the Television Series is a soundtrack album featuring music used in the CBS television series Hawaii Five-0. The first volume in the series received attention for how show producers integrated these new and previously unreleased tracks from major-name artists into the second-season episodes. This method contrasted with the norm for TV soundtracks, which tend to be compilations of previously released music that is already available individually or on other albums. Hawaii Five-0: Original Songs from the Television Series was released on October 4, 2011.[69]

No. Title Artist Length
1. "Hawaii Five-0 Main Title Theme" Brian Tyler 1:47
2. "World Upside Down" Jimmy Cliff 3:09
3. "Best of Me" Goo Goo Dolls 4:00
4. "Out of Control" Switchfoot 4:10
5. "Should We Believe" Train 3:46
6. "Closer" Corinne Bailey Rae 4:16
7. "Don't Ever Take Yourself Away" Bob Dylan 3:30
8. "Ukulele Five-0" Jake Shimabukuro 2:44
9. "Love That's Bigger" The Swell Season 2:47
10. "Pass It On" Ziggy Marley 3:28
11. "Hi'ilawe" John Cruz 3:48
12. "Book 'Em Danno (Suite From Hawaii Five-0 2010)" Brian Tyler & Keith Power 6:45
Total length: 44:33

Featured music

Song Artist Season Episode Original air date
"Power" Kanye West Season 1 "Lanakila" October 11, 2010
"S&M" Rihanna Season 1 "Powa Maka Moana" February 14, 2011
"Turn Around (5, 4, 3, 2, 1)" Flo Rida Season 1 "Powa Maka Moana" February 14, 2011
"The End" Pearl Jam Season 1 "Loa Aloha" February 21, 2011
"Coming Home" Diddy – Dirty Money feat. Skylar Grey Season 1 "Hoʻopaʻi" April 18, 2011
"Hit the Lights" Jay Sean ft. Lil Wayne Season 1 "Hoʻohuli Naʻau" May 2, 2011
"We'll Be Alright" Travie McCoy Season 1 "Hoʻohuli Naʻau" May 2, 2011
"Out of Control" Switchfoot Season 2 "Kameʻe" October 3, 2011
"Well Thought Out Twinkles" Silversun Pickups Season 2 "Kameʻe" October 3, 2011
"Move a Little Faster" Dionne Bromfield Season 2 "Lapaʻau" November 7, 2011
"Lonely Boy" The Black Keys Season 2 "Ike Maka" November 14, 2011
"We Found Love" Rihanna ft Calvin Harris Season 2 "Pahele" December 5, 2011
"Drive By" Train Season 2 "Puʻolo" January 16, 2012
"Everybody Talks" Neon Trees Season 3 "Lana I Ka Moana" October 8, 2012
"What Makes You Beautiful" One Direction Season 3 "I Ka Wa Mamua" November 12, 2012
"I Cry" Flo Rida Season 3 "Ohuna" November 19, 2012
"Runaway Baby" Bruno Mars Season 3 "Ha'awe Make Loa" December 3, 2012
"King of Hearts" Cassie Season 3 "Huakaʻi Kula" December 10, 2012
"Spectrum (Say My Name)" Florence and the Machine Season 3 "Hana I WaʻIa" January 21, 2013
"C'Mon" Kesha Season 3 "Kekoa" February 11, 2013
"Wings" Little Mix Season 3 "Imi Loko Ka 'Uhane" April 29, 2013
"This Kiss" Carly Rae Jepsen Season 3 "Hoʻopio" May 6, 2013
"Come & Get It" Selena Gomez Season 4 "Kaʻoia Iʻo Ma Loko" October 11, 2013
"Radioactive" Imagine Dragons Season 4 "Akanahe" November 15, 2013
"Can't Get Enough" Becky G feat. Pitbull Season 4 "Akanahe" January 10, 2014
"Do It" Pitbull feat. Mayer Hawthorne Season 4 "Pe'epe'e Kanaka" April 25, 2014
"Boom Clap" Charli XCX Season 5 "A'ohe Kahi e Pe'e Ai" September 26, 2014
"Turn Down for What" DJ Snake feat. Lil Jon Season 5 "Ka Hana Malu" November 21, 2014
"Fireball" Pitbull feat. John Ryan Season 6 "Ka Papahana Holo Pono" October 16, 2015
"Monster Mash" Bobby Pickett Season 6 "Na Pilikua Nui" October 30, 2015
"Somebody's Watching Me" Rockwell Season 6 "Na Pilikua Nui" October 30, 2015
"Everglow" Coldplay Season 6 "Hoa ‘inea" February 12, 2016
"Birds" Coldplay Season 6 "Hoa ‘inea" February 12, 2016
"Adventure of a Lifetime" Coldplay Season 6 "Hoa ‘inea" February 12, 2016
"Good Time Good Life" Erin Bowman Season 7 "Hana Komo Pae" November 11, 2016
"Ain't No Rest For The Wicked" Cage The Elephant Season 8 "A'ole e 'olelo mai ana ke ahi ua ana ia" September 29, 2017

McGarrett's car

The car driven by the original Steve McGarrett in Hawaii Five-O is a 1974 Mercury Marquis. The car has belonged to stuntman John Nordlum since the original series ended. Nordlum has let the car be used in the new series, where it is said to have belonged to Steve McGarrett's father John. The license plate is still F6-3958.[70]

Broadcast

The series premiered in the United States on CBS on September 20, 2010, exactly 42 years after the premiere of the original series. Canada's Global TV and NTV premiered the show at the same time as the United States premiere.[71] Hawaii Five-0 has been syndicated for broadcast in several countries worldwide, including Australia.[72] the United Kingdom,[73] and South Africa, Mongolia.[74]

Reception and impact

Critical reception

The show has received mostly positive reviews. Metacritic gave season one of the show a 66 out of 100 aggregate score based on reviews from 29 critics.[26] Rotten Tomatoes gave season one a score of 74% based on 23 reviews. The site's consensus calls it: "A brisk, slick reboot of an old favorite, Hawaii Five-0's picturesque locales and attractive cast make for pleasurable viewing."[75]

On May 19, 2010, The Honolulu Advertiser offered an opinion about the new version: "A smart script, slick production values and maybe a splash of nostalgia got the remake of Hawaii Five-O placed on the CBS prime-time lineup this fall, but it will take more than beefcake and a remixed theme song to keep the show on the air." The piece also pointed out that times have changed since the original left the air, citing other shows that were set in Hawaii which have come and gone. It expressed a hope that the producers will succeed in bringing a new life to the title with this remake.[76] Hawaii Five-0 was also in the Guinness World Records 2012 for Highest-Rated New Show in the U.S. with a record 19.34 million viewers for its January 23, 2011 episode (Kai eʻe).[77]

Ratings

Season Time slot (ET/PT) Episodes Season premiere Season finale TV season Rank Viewers
(in millions)
Date Viewers
(in millions)
Date Viewers
(in millions)
1 Monday 10:00 pm 24 September 20, 2010 14.20[78] May 16, 2011 10.41[79] 2010–11 22 11.96[80]
2 23 September 19, 2011 12.19[81] May 14, 2012 11.42[82] 2011–12 26 11.83[83]
3 24 September 24, 2012 8.06[84] May 20, 2013 9.00[85] 2012–13 35 10.36[86]
4 Friday 9:00 pm 22 September 27, 2013 9.46[87] May 9, 2014 9.21[88] 2013–14 21 11.66[89]
5 25 September 26, 2014 8.97[90] May 8, 2015 8.27[91] 2014–15 20 12.28[92]
6 25 September 25, 2015 8.30[93] May 13, 2016 8.82[94] 2015–16 25 11.04[15]
7 25 September 23, 2016 10.22[95] May 12, 2017 8.22[96] 2016–17 15 12.15[16]
8 24[17] September 29, 2017 8.64[97] TBA TBA 2017–18 TBA TBA

Awards and nominations

Series star Scott Caan was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film for his role as Danny on Hawaii Five-0. Hawaii Five-0 also won the "Favorite New TV Drama" at the 37th People's Choice Awards on January 5, 2011.

Awards and nominations for Hawaii Five-0
Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref
2011 Golden Globe Award Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Scott Caan Nominated [98]
Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Stunt Coordination Jeff Cadiente Nominated
BMI Film & TV Award BMI TV Music Award Keith Power & Brian Tyler Won
Hawaii International Film Festival Mahalo Nui Loa Award Hawaii Five-0 Won
People's Choice Award Favorite New TV Drama Won
Teen Choice Award Choice TV Show: Action Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Action Daniel Dae Kim Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Action Grace Park Nominated
2012 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Stunt Coordination Jeff Cadiente Nominated
Teen Choice Award Choice TV: Action Hawaii Five-0 Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Action Daniel Dae Kim Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Action Grace Park Nominated
2013 BMI Film & TV Award BMI TV Music Award Keith Power & Brian Tyler Won
Teen Choice Award Choice TV Show: Action Hawaii Five-0 Nominated
Choice TV Actor: Action Daniel Dae Kim Nominated
Choice TV Actress: Action Grace Park Nominated
TV Guide Award Favorite Bromance Alex O'Loughlin & Scott Caan Won
Visual Effects Society Award Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program Gevork Babityan, Jon Howard, Armen V. Kevorkian & Rick Ramirez Nominated
Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actor 11–13 Gregory Kasyan Nominated
2014 Primetime Emmy Award Outstanding Special and Visual Effects in a Supporting Role Armen V. Kevorkian, Alexander Soltes, John Hartigan, Jane Sharvina, Rick Ramirez, Dan Lopez, Steve Graves, Andranik Taranyan & Chad Schott Nominated
Hollywood Post Alliance Outstanding Visual Effects – Television Armen V. Kevorkian, Jane Sharvina, Andranik Taranyan, Steve Graves, Dan Lopez, Encore VFX Nominated
Visual Effects Society Award Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Broadcast Program Armen V. Kevorkian, Alexander Soltes, Jane Sharvina, Andranik Taranyan Nominated
2015 Young Artist Award Best Performance in a TV Series – Guest Starring Young Actress 17–21 Chanel Marriott Nominated
SOCAN Awards International TV Series Music Keith Power Won
2016 Won
BMI Film & TV Awards BMI TV Music Award Won
2017 Won
SOCAN Awards International TV Series Music Won

Effect on Hawaii's economy

Hawaii Five-0 made several positive effects on the state's economy since it began airing. Various Hawaii-based businesses saw an increase in sales after they were featured in episodes of the show. Visitor numbers to the USS Missouri Memorial Association, after being featured in some of the episodes, increased 25 percent, helping the site achieve a record year in 2010. Waiola Shave Ice, the business run by Kamekona on the show, saw a 20 percent increase in shave ice sales, along with a 30 percent rise in T-shirt sales. Kona Brewing Company also saw a 60 percent increase in sales after their beers were featured as McGarrett's favored alcoholic beverage in several episodes. In addition, residents from other states visit Hawaii based on viewing the series.[99]

Broadcast and streaming

New episodes currently air on Friday nights at 9/8c pm on the U.S. television network CBS. All previous 7 seasons are available for streaming on Netflix. The most recent five episodes are available on CBS.com and the CBS app. All past episodes as well as new episodes which stream live are also available with CBS All Access. Seasons 1-7 are also currently available for purchase on DVD.

Syndication

TNT has acquired the off-network rights to air the series. Episodes began airing on the cable channel in August 2014.[100]

References

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External links

  • Official website
  • Official website
  • Hawaii Five-0 on IMDb
  • Hawaii Five-0 at TV.com
  • Theme Song Audiovideo on YouTube
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