“Hawaii Five-O” is celebrating its 100th episode in a huge way.
Football isn’t just taking over CBS on Thursday nights; it’s also taking over some of CBS’ hottest primetime shows this fall too.
Combined with two previously announced renewals, the network has now picked up 20 returning series for 2014-2015.
Producers behind Hawaii Five-0 continue giving fans the opportunity to build an episode of the show to be broadcast later this season.
Viewers will now be able to vote on some added elements of the Fan Built “Five-O” initiative, that will air later this season, CBS announced on Friday.
For the next three weeks, viewers can log on to CBS.com and vote for six key story elements they want writers of the crime drama to take on.
World renowned bounty hunters, Dog and Beth Chapman, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to discuss their new 11-episode series on CMT.
After nearly 40 years, actor George Takei made his return to the set of “Hawaii Five-0.” CBS2’s Suzanne Marques sat down with the star recently to talk about his fight for marriage equality and his big Broadway project.
The stars of CBS’ “Hawaii Five-0” will be lending a hand off-screen to military school kids at Pearl Harbor.
Like Five-O, here’s another show that takes advantage of the stars’ chemistry. Both leads are smart a**es; and I just get the vibe that some of their riffs aren’t fully scripted. The show is a drama with humor. Don’t call it quirky, Belushi would disagree.
The new television season officially begins Monday with many anticipating the premiere of “Hawaii Five-0,” billed by CBS as a “reboot” of the 1968-80 police drama. It stars Alex O’Loughlin as Detective Steve McGarrett, the role played by Jack Lord in the original series.
Also, this time it’s Kona, instead of Kono, and she’s a girl; and Chin Ho is a buff dude. That’s OK: they both can act. And I’m not sure I would have wanted to see the original Kono, played by Zulu — a rather large gentleman, in a bikini.