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Friday, January 24, 2014 · Posted in

TVLine scoop for you guys!

Anything good coming up with Danny and Steve on Hawaii Five-0? I need some bromance! –Sarah
And bromance you shall have. For one, EP Peter M. Lenkov teases a “really fun and suspenseful” episode airing Jan. 31, where an escaped convict (played by Michael Madsen) carjacks the boys “and takes them on a ride for most of the episode, to clear his name.” And later this season, in Episode 19, “Danny and McGarrett are in a perilous situation where they have to really rely on each other, and that’s a real ‘blood brother’ type of episode.”
I am a fan of Catherine and Steve on Hawaii Five-0. Can you please share some spoilers? –Carmen
And spoilers you shall have. Lenkov shares that this season’s second-to-last episode is a “big, dramatic” one for the lovebirds, featuring “some flashbacks to her stint in the military. You’ll get to know her as a soldier, when she was actually in the Navy.”

I hope I'm right but I guess we've seen a boat jacking already with our two H50 heroes, isn't it?  Anyway, this sounds like fun. And as it seems there are some skeletons in Catherine's closet. I can't wait to see what is she hiding from us :)

Hawaii Five-0 - Season 3 Episode 22 - Ho'opio - Press Release

Thursday, May 2, 2013 · Posted in ,

Mare Winningham and Henry Rollins (“Sons of Anarchy”) Guest Star

“Ho’ opio” – When the body of a young girl who was kidnapped 10 years earlier is discovered, Five-0 must hunt down the kidnappers who have now taken their next victim. Meanwhile, Kono asks Catherine for a favor that could damage her relationship with Adam, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Monday, May 6 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Mare Winnigham and Henry Rollins (“Sons of Anarchy”) guest star.

(*Ho’ opio is Hawaiian for “To Take Captive”)


Alex O’Loughlin (Steve McGarrett)
Scott Caan (Danny “Danno” Williams)
Daniel Dae Kim (Chin Ho Kelly)
Grace Park (Kono Kalakaua)
Masi Oka (Dr. Max Bergman)
Michelle Borth (Catherine Rollins)


Taylor Wily (Kamekona)
Teilor Grubbs (Grace Williams)
Dennis Chun (Sgt. Duke Lukela)
Shawn Garnett (Flippa)


Kanani Rogers (Amanda Morris)
Mykayla Sohn (Ella Bishop)
Adam Lieberman (Henry Morris)
Mia Adams (Tess Morris)
Jodie Jarvis (Joyce Bishop)
Brent Dupuis (Don Bishop)
Don Swayze (Lloyd Grimes)
Kevin Doyle (Dave Parsons)
Henry Rollins (Ray Beckett)
Mare Winningham (Terry Beckett)
Adam Wang (Yakuza Soldier #1)
Tip Gilbert (Himself)
Diane Ako (Newscaster)
Leslie Wilcox (Newscaster)

STORY BY: Peter M. Lenkov
TELEPLAY BY: Noah Nelson
DIRECTED BY: Steve Boyum


Hawaii Five-0 - Season 3 Episode 9 - “Ha’awe Make Loa” Episode Synopsis

Sunday, November 25, 2012 · Posted in


Victoria’s Secret Super Model Behati Prinsloo, C. Thomas Howell (“Southland”), and Rumer Willis (“Hostage”) Guest Star
CHEAT TWEET: HAWAII just got hotter: say ALOHA 2 guest stars @TheRue & #VictoriaSecret’s @BeePrinsloo 12/3 10PM ET/PT (insert link)
“Ha’awe Make Loa*” – Max and his crush (Rumer Willis) get put in harm’s way when a botched bank robbery leads the team to determine that the criminals had very unexpected motives.  Meanwhile, Danny is stuck with the tough task of coming to the rescue of the most beautiful women in the world when a stalker goes after a Victoria’s Secret model, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Monday, Dec. 3 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.  Victoria’s Secret Model Behati Prinsloo, actress Rumer Willis and actor C. Thomas Howell guest star.
(*Ha’awe Make Loa is Hawaiian for “Death Wish”)

Alex O’Loughlin     (Steve McGarrett)
Scott Caan     (Danny “Danno” Williams)
Daniel Dae Kim     (Chin Ho Kelly)
Grace Park     (Kono Kalakaua)
Masi Oka     (Dr. Max Bergman)
Michelle Borth     (Catherine Rollins)

Taylor Wily     (Kamekona)
Brian Yang     (Charlie Fong)
Teilor Grubbs     (Grace Williams)

Rumer Willis     (Sabrina Lane)
C. Thomas Howell     (Martin Cordova)
Alan Rowe     (Makani Jacobs)
Lochlyn Munro     (Jim Rogers)
Julianne Sojot     (Megan)
Jennifer Sojot     (Donna)
Peter Togawa     (Doctor)
Kesha Diodato     (Nurse)
Virginia Jones     (Admitting Nurse)
Behati Prinsloo     (Herself)
Billy Malone     (Arlo)
Jacquelyne Jablonski     (Nina)
Jasmine Tookes     (Monique)
Z Zoccolante     (Denise Pope)
Shawn Mokuahi Garnett     (Flippa)

WRITTEN BY:     Bill Haynes

DIRECTED BY:     Gwyneth Horder-Payton

GENRE:     Drama



Hawaii Five-0 - Season 3 Episode 8 - “Wahine’inoloa” Episode Synopsis

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Scenes Shot on the Island of Maui
Vanessa Marcil (“General Hospital”) and Carlos Bernard (“24”) Guest Star

CHEAT TWEET: .@VanessaMarcilG plays a seductive game of cat&mouse with #McG – who will win? #H50 11/26 10PM ET/PT
Wahine’inoloa*” – McGarrett plays cat and mouse with a smart and seductive therapist he believes murdered her patient.  Meanwhile, Catherine must hunt down one of Doris’s old targets who is now seeking revenge, Monday, Nov. 26 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.  Vanessa Marcil (“General Hospital”) guest stars as a murder victim’s therapist and Carlos Bernard (“24”) returns as a disgraced WITSEC agent.
(*Wahine’inoloa is Hawaiian for “Evil Woman”)
Alex O’Loughlin     (Steve McGarrett)
Scott Caan     (Danny “Danno” Williams)
Daniel Dae Kim     (Chin Ho Kelly)
Grace Park     (Kono Kalakaua)
Masi Oka     (Dr. Max Bergman)
Michelle Borth     (Catherine Rollins)

Christine Lahti     (Doris McGarrett)
Dennis Chun     (Sgt. Duke Lukela)
Carlos Bernard     (WITSEC Agent Chris Channing)

Madison Eror     (Kelly)
Dylan Schmeding (Rob)
Michael Sun Lee     (Maui PD Lietenant Kala)
Vanessa Marcil     (Olivia Victor)
Michael Jay Green     (Gerald O’Burns)
Amy Sloan     (Lindsay O’Connell)
Nicole Travolta     (Jayne)
Mark Dillen Stitham     (Judge Ted Reynolds)
Devon Nekoba     (TSA SCA Myers)
Moses Zyus Paskowitz II     (Process Server)
Terry Clickner     (Marshall)
J.B. Bell, Jr.     (Mangosta)

STORY BY:     Stephanie SenGupta and Courtney Kemp Agboh
WRITTEN BY:     Stephanie SenGupta
DIRECTED BY:     Steve Boyum


TV Guide Mega Buzz - Hawaii Five-0 Prequel

Wednesday, November 7, 2012 · Posted in

I'm looking forward to Danny's flashback episode on Hawaii Five-0. Are any other characters getting flashbacks? — Terri
As a matter of fact, yes! Executive producer Peter Lenkov tells us that there will be a McGarrett flashback late in the season that is actually a direct prequel to the pilot. "The flashbacks take place hours before the pilot began in Korea," Lenkov says. "You'll get to see McGarrett in training as a Navy SEAL. The idea is that McGarrett had actually gone into North Korea with another Navy SEAL, a man who saved his life and was killed there." So will we see familiar faces as well? "We're hoping to bring back one of the Hesse brothers," Lenkov says. "We'll see what actually happened with Hesse in Korea."


Oh God! We are going to have serious action here, again, and I guess instead of answers, we'll get more questions. Even though, I prefer to see some action instead of creepy Halloween episodes like we had last time. I'm waiting to hear from Wo Fat and the famous "Mother of the Century" (Mama McG.), let's see what else she can do to amaze us all.

Inside Tv Spoiler Room

Tuesday, October 30, 2012 · Posted in

I really appreciate when a show plays with format, and Hawaii Five-0 does that incredibly well in the Nov. 5, which features a previously reported guest appearance from Terrance Howard as a criminal from Danny’s past.
What’s coolest here is how Howard’s character is worked into the story. Danny is actually telling Steve the story about his interactions with this criminal, and it’s a significant tale for two incredibly meaningful reasons that I can’t ruin for you. (The reveals were extremely well done!) Meanwhile, the story itself is an important part of the episode and will lead to a truly bro-mantic moment between Steve and Danny that fans will love. (It involves bombs!)
Bonus scoop: Danny + One Direction = amazing!


Zap2it’s Kickstart Spoilers

Tuesday, October 23, 2012 · Posted in

Zap2it’s Carina Adly MacKenzie got the scoop on an upcoming episode of Hawaii Five-0.
“Hawaii Five-0″: In episode 11, a bank heist goes wrong (and just as Max is about to connect with a new love interest!). In the aftermath, McGarrett is kidnapped by Cordova, a dangerous hitman wanted for at least twenty murders. Cordova doesn’t usually open up to men when he’s about to take their lives, but he starts talking when he finds out that McGarrett knows a secret about him.


'Hawaii Five-0' Spoilers: Max Has a New Love Interest

Wednesday, October 17, 2012 · Posted in ,

Hawaii Five-0 is a huge hit on Monday nights. Now new spoilers for season three are coming out for the show and fans should get excited about a new love interest for Max. He deserves his happy ending and he may just finally be getting it.
The way this couple will meet is not really ideal for a new love story. Max is in a bank meets Leilani and is impressed by her. He asks her out on a date and of course she says yes to him.
What happens next on the show will be where the start of their love story goes downhill. Someone will come in and hold the bank up! Obviously they make it out though because this love story will be part of the show this season. Things are looking up for Dr. Max Bergman.
Are you glad to see Max find a love interest on Hawaii Five-0? It has not been released yet who will be the love interest. Do you have someone in mind for the part? Sound off in the comments.

Hawaii Five-0 - Season 3, Episode 4 “Popilikia” Synopsis

Wednesday, October 3, 2012 · Posted in

Christine Lahti Returns as Steve McGarrett’s Mother, Doris McGarrett
CHEAT TWEET: #H50 fans, Mamma McGarrett is back but what is she hiding?  10/15 10PM ET/PT @Christine_Lahti returns!
 “Popilikia*” – Doris McGarrett (guest star Christine Lahti) pays an unexpected visit to her son while the team investigates the death of a polo player who literally loses his head, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Monday, Oct. 15 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
(*Popilikia is Hawaiian for “Misfortune”)
Alex O’Loughlin     (Steve McGarrett)
Scott Caan     (Danny “Danno” Williams)
Daniel Dae Kim     (Chin Ho Kelly)
Grace Park     (Kono Kalakaua)
Masi Oka     (Dr. Max Bergman)
Michelle Borth     (Catherine Rollins)

Taylor Wily     (Kamekona)
Brian Yang     (Charlie Fong)
Christine Lahti     (Doris McGarrett)

Robbie Amell     (Billy Keats)
Arielle Kebbel     (Nicole Carr)
Bai Ling     (Esmerelda)
Kevin Carter     (Al Reingold)
Sarah Finley     (Amanda Madsen)
Jere Burns     (Spencer Madsen)
Guy Wilson     (Jake Madsen)
Jack Dimich     (Randy Thorpe)

WRITTEN BY:     Stephanie Sengupta
DIRECTED BY:     Christine Moore

Hawaii Five-0 - Season 3 Episode 2 - "Kᾱnalua"

Saturday, September 29, 2012 · Posted in ,


By Terry -
"I’ve been waiting for the return of Ed Asner to Hawaii Five-0 because you just knew his character wouldn’t be allowed to get away scot-free after committing murder and robbery.  I thought the story would resume with the Five-0 team on the hunt for the ex-con, but it appears that once again they’re asking for his assistance.  Asner is listed as a “recurring character,”  but executive producer Peter Lenkov has said that the August March storyline is wrapped up in this episode.  This is sad because he so beautifully pulled off the dual personas of the cantankerous, but lovable reformed career criminal and cold-blooded murderer. 
 This chapter of Five-0 also adds to the list of “24” alumnus who’ve guest-starred on the show.  Carlos Bernard, who played Jack Bauer’s frenemy Tony Almeida, appears here as U.S. Marshal Chris Channing of the WITSEC (Witness security) division.
Hawaii native Keo Woolford returns as Sgt. Chang, the man who arrested McGarrett in last season’s opener.  If you’ve watched the commentary feature on the Season 2 DVD, you’ll know that Keo in addition to being an actor, is quite the hula dancer.  He’s also just one of at least six locals making guest appearances in “Kᾱnalua.”"

Photo of Ed Asner in Kanalua from CBS
"I’m not really ready to say goodbye to August March, but with the storyline penned by Joe Halpin this should be a good one, so bring it on.  This is also the episode that sees the team say goodbye to Chin Ho’s wife Malia.  If Daniel Dae Kim’s performance in last week’s show was any indication of what’s in store for tonight, the paddle-out should be quite a moving experience.
“Kᾱnalua*” – McGarrett asks Catherine for her help in locating his mother and the team calls on August March (guest star Edward Asner) for his assistance when an art heist turns deadly, on HAWAII FIVE-0, Monday, Oct. 1 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
(*Kᾱnalua is Hawaiian for “Doubt”)
Alex O’Loughlin     (Steve McGarrett)
Scott Caan     (Danny “Danno” Williams)
Daniel Dae Kim     (Chin Ho Kelly)
Grace Park     (Kono Kalakaua)
Masi Oka     (Dr. Max Bergman)
Michelle Borth     (Catherine Rollins)
Taylor Wily     (Kamekona)
Brian Yang     (Charlie Fong)
Dennis Chun     (Sgt. Duke Lukela)
Edward Asner     (August March)
Keo Woolford     (HPD Patrol Sgt. James Chang)
Valen Ahlo     (George Solani)
Adam Kaufman     (Karl Strathern)
Carlos Bernard     (Witsec Agent Chris Channing)
Jasmine Stiefel     (Karen MacNamara)
Missy Yager     (Elizabeth MacNamara)
Akiu Sale     (Kimo)
Michael Nakada    (HPD Officer)
Damion Scandrick     (Co-worker)
Kordell Kekoa     (Priest)
Mokuaki Ribuca     (Capule)
WRITTEN BY:     Joe Halpin
DIRECTED BY:     Fred Toye"

Hawaii Five-0 Postmortem: Daniel Dae Kim on Chin Ho's Tough Choice and His Search for Peace

Wednesday, September 26, 2012 · Posted in

[WARNING: The following story reveals major plot details from the Season 3 premiere of Hawaii Five-0. Read at your own risk.]
Last season's finale of Hawaii Five-0 presented Daniel Dae Kim's Chin Ho Kelly with an impossible choice: save his wife Malia or save his drowning cousin and team member, Kono (Grace Park).

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Although Chin rushed to the aid of Malia (guest star Reiko Aylesworth), Monday's Season 3 premiere revealed that he also dispatched Kono's Yakuza-affiliated boyfriend Adam (Ian Anthony Dale) to help her avoid a watery grave. Unfortunately for Chin, his quick thinking could not save Malia, who died despite the paramedics' best attempts to revive her.

Hungry for revenge, Chin set his sights on Frank Delano (guest star William Baldwin), the ex-cop that masterminded  Chin Ho's Sophie's choice in the first place. After a massive gun battle, Chin was faced with the opportunity to arrest Delano for stealing a truckload of meth, but he shot him at point-blank range instead.

So, how will Malia's death affect Chin Ho this season? And is Chin's cold-blooded vengeance a sign of even darker days to come? We chatted with Kim to find out:

Hawaii Five-0: Mama McGarrett's back — but can she be trusted?

Going back to the choice Chin Ho made in the finale, do you think there was a moment where he thought seriously about trying to save Kono instead of Malia?
Daniel Dae Kim:
I actually had to do a lot of thinking about what I would do and what the character's priorities were. I think many people, if faced with that same choice, would choose their spouses over a cousin. But the relationship between Chin and Kono has been so much more developed than the one between Chin and Malia. So, from an audience perspective, it would be a choice that might not be so obvious. I think they might have preferred Chin to save Kono only because of the investment they have in her character

I heard many fans asking, "Is Kono going to be angry with Chin for not saving her?" Were you glad to learn that he did send Adam to the rescue at least?
It would be an interesting dynamic if Kono and Chin started to kind of be at odds as a result of the choice that he made. It might be a nice change of pace for them to have a little bit of resentment toward one another. But he did have a plan to try and save Kono. It was a big step for him to reach out to someone that he doesn't respect, but who he knows cares about Kono almost as much as he does. Chin really did try to do the best he could for both people. He wouldn't just abandon Kono.

Sadly, even though Chin rushed to Malia, she didn't make it. What was your reaction when you saw the script?
Kim: It's not very often in a crime procedural you get to do a lot of deep character work. To me, the strongest elements of Hawaii Five-0 are when you are able to develop an investment in the characters because you know their personal stakes. I think it makes for more riveting drama. I was happy to have the opportunity. And the consequences and the ramifications of his choice are going to stick with him for a while.

Chin obviously sought vengeance against Delano. Were you surprised that he actually pulled the trigger and killed him?
It's great stuff for an actor. They say drama is conflict. He already has enough conflict about the choice he had to make. But now, once he crosses that line between an officer of the law and a vigilante, it raises a whole different set of questions as far as how he feels about his own character.

It's pretty cold-blooded. Do you think Chin is acting on raw emotion at that point, or is there a darker side to him we just haven't seen before?
I actually do think it's about something deeper. It's not just about the choice he was forced to make because of Delano. It speaks to a lot of his own issues about being called a dirty cop and his own history of having to take the blame for something he never did. It becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy — he does become a dirty cop.

Clearly, Chin doesn't feel better after he kills Delano. How much will all of this pain eat away at him this season?
His journey is to become whole again. But how far off the path has he gotten? Is it possible for redemption? We're not going to see a happy-go-lucky Chin the way that we did in Season 2. I think the last scene where he comes home and sees the chicken in the oven and breaks down is not just about Malia. It's about the man that he's become, the choice that he's made and who he is now.

Do you think there will be legal ramifications for Chin killing Delano later this season?
That's a really good question. We were in a parking lot, and there were witnesses. He pretty much admits to McGarrett that he did something that was not by the book. So, that may come into play.

How much will Steve and the team be there for Chin during his struggle?
One of the biggest themes of this series is family. In almost any episode you watch there's a reinforcement of that. We'll see how strong that bond really is. I think part of what Chin's been doing in the series is just trying to rebuild a family. I think that's why the Five-0 team means so much to him. Hopefully he hasn't jeopardized that by the choices he made.

Kono obviously forgave Chin for choosing Malia. But is Kono now a living reminder of what Chin lost?
Yes. And I think there are going to be other times where Kono is in jeopardy. What feelings will Chin have when those situations arise? Is he going to be gun shy about it? Any time she's put into a
situation where her life could be in jeopardy, I think it should resonate.

All of this sounds like a lot for one man to carry.
He's got to try and find a new start in a way. He thought he had his life complete and it's no longer complete. So, he's got to make himself whole or embark on a different path and just try to find peace.

Mama McGarrett meets the Five-0 family (Spoilers)

Monday, September 24, 2012 · Posted in

Today is the big day, Hawaii Five-O Season 3 starts tonight. Finally, after so many time, we are going to meet Schelburne.

From TV Line
I finally got around to screening the season premiere (airing Monday at 10/9c), and while I know a few of you are less-than-enthused about meeting Mama Garrett (played by Christine Lahti), I must say, for a woman of a certain age she’s quite impressive, especially in her confidence and her attitude. (For one, her own nickname for Danno is “Smart-ass.” There’s also the nature of the question she lobs at Steve’s crush Catherine the instant they sit down for small-talk.) A few other quick notes on the alternately grim, intense and light hour: You’ll learn what the exploding of the HPD was really about; there’s a shoot-out that probably expends the most bullet casings ever in a TV show; Catherine proves herself to be rather kick-ass in her own right; and you’ll get a kick out of the new ringtone associated with Danny’s ex.
From HuffPo TV
Christine Lahti: Doris McGarrett on “Hawaii Five-0″
On Doris’ new relationship with son Steve, after she faked her death 20 years prior: “Steve should be [mistrustful] and my character knows that, and would be surprised if he wasn’t, because he thought I was dead and she caused a lot of hurt. I think my character has a lot of guilt but no regrets because she did what she had to do — from her point of view — to protect her family. If given another chance, she would do the same thing. I guess you don’t quit the CIA once you’re in it — you’re a lifer. She has a lot of guilt about how much hurt she caused her children and her husband, so her job is really to get [Steve] to understand and hopefully someday, forgive and to make up for lost time. There’s a lot of stuff she needs to do and from his point of view, I think there’s so much hurt and anger and distrust and rage and love. It’s so complicated for him and Alex is such a good actor that he’s covering all those bases.”

'Hawaii Five-0' Season 3 Spoilers: McGarrett and Danny in Trouble at Sea

Thursday, September 20, 2012 · Posted in

"Hawaii Five-0 season 3 is going to see two of the team in some trouble on a day they didn’t expect some in the upcoming third episode, “Lana I Ka Moana,” which is Hawaiian for “Adrift.”
H50 Season 3 Episode 3 “Lana I Ka Moana” Official Description
“McGarrett and Danny’s relaxing day at sea takes a deadly turn when their boat is hijacked and they are left to die in the middle of the ocean.”
Alex OLoughlinThis episode has been teased for some time now as one that takes their car-guments to another place, and on October 8, you’ll be able to see what happens when McGarrett and Danny end up adrift. After everything they’ve been through, especially lately, they do deserve a day off, and they are getting one. Unfortunately, it looks like trouble’s going to find them wherever they go, and this situation could end up being worse than some of the ones they get into just solving cases.
Will this Hawaii Five-0 season 3 episode feature McGarrett and Danny arguing over whose fault it is they end up in the situation they do? Will they argue over a crazy stunt McGarrett decides to pull to try to get them out of this situation? Given their past history, both scenarios are very likely, and this could be one of the best episodes of the season if it’s done right."  Source

Doris McGarret is going to shake up Hawaii Five-0

Sunday, September 16, 2012 · Posted in

"Admittedly we’re not quite sure how much of the Hawaii Five-0 audience really overlaps with the audience of The CW’s Supernatural. They are different genre shows and on different networks, but both deal with an elite team hunting the bad guys. And as you will learn in the third season premiere of Hawaii Five-0, both also have mythologies that can be traced back to the mother, rather than what you were first led to believe.

“La O Na Makuahine” seamlessly picks up where the series’ second season finale left off, as Steve McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) stands in front of his mother (Christine Lahti) for the first time as an adult, assuming she had died years earlier. Everything you thought you knew about the McGarrett family history—with 5-0 and with Wo Fat (Mark Dacascos)—is about to be rewritten as she tells him just why she faked her own death. But simply knowing the truth, especially after all of these years, is not going to be enough to move forward with a relationship. McGarrett may extend a physical hand to the woman who ultimately abandoned him and his sister, but old wounds have been newly opened.
McGarrett is as outwardly strong as ever, switching immediately into task force mode when he learns that Wo Fat escaped his prison transfer. Though he is now tasked with repeating himself in bringing him back in, the emotional stakes are higher, knowing that Wo Fat is out for his mother’s blood, and she might just be a sitting duck on the island. O’Loughlin is the perfect leader for this cast, just as McGarrett is the perfect one for the team. He knows when to drop his voice to be sensitive to others’ emotional distress, but he always manages to keep a cool head about himself, even when he’s stewing.
Lahti is a welcome addition to Hawaii Five-0 simply for the dynamics she shakes up, regardless of the complexity her reveal adds to the politics of the crime 5-0 has been pursuing. Thrusting her in the middle of the McGarrett/Danno (Scott Caan) partnership shines a light on elements and eccentricities they each have let slide about the other, but because she is a fresh pair of eyes, and a straight-shooter at that, she calls attention to them immediately, forcing them to consider deeper than typical macho dudes might want to. Watching McGarrett, a man who everyone around him answers to, bite his tongue, even from time to time adds a new layer to an already colorful character and breathes fresh life into what is often a straight crime drama.
But it’s not just McGarrett who is challenged in new ways; Chin (Daniel Dae Kim) is tested even further from where his Sophie’s Choice situation left him in the season finale. The somber resolution reverberates on how he responds to his friends…and foes.
Another lady from McGarrett's past, Catherine (Michelle Borth), returns, and of course, exactly who helped Wo Fat escape (in a remarkable sequence on paper that sadly loses something in translation due to lackluster special effects) sets up a new partnership that of course could prove to be very deadly, too
“La O Na Makuahine” may be about tying up some lose ends of the season finale’s cliffhanger(s), but it creates completely new challenges for characters who we thought we knew down to a formula. It also in no way eliminates the big bad of the series but instead raises new questions of just who may be leading double lives, pulling something over 5-0 right now. Season three only proves to be the most intense year yet!
Hawaii Five-0 returns to CBS on September 24th 2012 at 10 p.m."


Tv Guide Spoiler for Hawaii Five-0

Wednesday, September 12, 2012 · Posted in

"I need some fresh Hawaii Five-0 spoilers! — Wendy 
ADAM: If you're still wondering how Kono escapes from the watery grave into which we last saw her descend, know this: Thanks to clever thinking by Chin Ho, she gets help from a somewhat surprising source. But Kono's rescue isn't the only major event that takes place underwater. Also: While McGarrett spends much of the episode trying to hide his mom from Wo Fat, it turns out that she doesn't need his help at all — for more reasons than one. "


I don't know who that mysterious helper is but hope  it's Adam. 

Terrence Howard to Guest-Star on Hawaii Five-0

Wednesday, August 22, 2012 · Posted in ,

According to TVGuide:

Terrence Howard has landed a guest-starring role on Hawaii Five-0, has confirmed. The Oscar nominee will appear in an episode that features flashbacks to Danny's (Scott Caan) life as a cop in New Jersey, according to Entertainment Weekly, which first reported the news. Howard's character does not get along with Danny.

Hawaii Five-0 recruits Mission: Impossible's Ving Rhames for "bloody" guest spot Howard — whose credits include Hustle & Flow, Crash and Iron Man — joins the previously cast Kendall Jenner and Ving Rhames, both of whom will appear in the same episode. Additionally, Emmy winner Christine Lahti will recur as McGarrett's mom in the upcoming third season.

The new season of Hawaii Five-0 premieres Monday, Sept. 24 at 10/9c on CBS.

Exclusive: Kendall Jenner Set to Make Her Acting Debut on CBS' Hawaii Five-0

Friday, August 17, 2012 · Posted in

Sister of Kim Kardashian Kendal Jenner will make her acting debut on CBS Hawaii 5 0Kendall Jenner's following in her older sisters' footsteps!
Kendall is set to make her acting debut in an episode of CBS' Hawaii Five-0, a CBS rep confirms exclusively to Life & Style.

So what role will she take on? The 16-year-old will play a sales assistant in an episode due to air in October. Taping, which is happening in the next few weeks, will take place in Hawaii.

Because the budding actress is a minor, at least one of her parents, Bruce and Kris Jenner, will have to accompany her. At this stage, it is not known whether her role is for one episode or if it will be a recurring role.
Kendall is the second Kardashian sister to act in a CBS series. Her big sister Kim Kardashian appeared on CSI: NY in 2009.
Earlier this year, the teen model admitted she was bit by the acting bug.
"I would love to be in a horror movie or a horse movie," she's said. "Or you know Disaster Movie that Kim was in? That seems like so much fun."
We can't wait to tune in!
Photo credit: E!

Keck's Exclusives: Revenge Recasts a Role

Thursday, August 16, 2012 · Posted in

Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa

"When ABC's Revenge returns this fall for a second season of devilish fun, there will be yet another twist involving Emily's mysterious revenge master, Satoshi Takeda — he'll have a new face!
Due to the unavailability of the character's original portrayer, Hiroyuki Sanada, the part will now be played by Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa. According to producer Melissa Loy, Sanada's jam-packed film schedule (including a role in the Hugh Jackman-led movie Wolverine) necessitated the change. "Geographically, with our schedule being what it is, it was getting a little bit challenging," Loy explains. "We would have had to fly him in and out of Australia [where Wolverine was filming], but [still] wouldn't have had him on the days we necessarily needed him. We tried to figure out a bunch of different scenarios, but ultimately it was too difficult."       
Tagawa, who has appeared on Heroes and Hawaii Five-0, will debut in the Sept. 30 season premiere and is "fantastic," says Loy, who adds that the 10-year age difference between Takeda #1 (age 51) and Takeda #2 (age 61) was of no concern. "We didn't want to try to trick our audience," she says. "We wanted to bring somebody in who brought something fresh, different and new to the character." Something the men have in common: both were born in Tokyo and boast an impressive list of Japanese film credits. 
Loy says Takeda will stick around as long as "Emily has revenge-school stories." And there are many new tales to be told this season — particularly in flashbacks showing Takeda working with both Emily and another vengeance-seeking pupil named Aiden. "

New Mama McGarrett Intel

Wednesday, August 8, 2012 · Posted in

Got any more details about McGarrett's mom on Hawaii Five-0? — Janine
As you may have guessed, Steve is going to be mighty skeptical about his mother's motives, given that he's lived years believing she was dead. Unfortunately for Mama McGarrett, she's going to have to win over Steve's entire team if she wants to repair the relationship. "Catherine and Danny and the team — they're going to be wary of her," executive producer Peter Lenkov tells us. "You want to believe that her intentions are good, but at the end of the day, there's going to be a lot of gray and a lot of questions about what she is up to. This team is very open with each other, and she keeps a lot of secrets."

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