When there's trouble in paradise, Steve McGarrett returns to the islands and joins fish-out-of-water Danny Williams to launch an elite branch of the Hawaii State Police. In this ultimate adventure series, complete with big action and charming characters, the team hunts down ruthless criminal kingpins, who inevitably hear those three feared words: "Book 'em, Danno."
Last Episode07x13 “Ua ho'i ka 'ōpua… Aired: Jan. 13, 2017
As Max prepares to say goodbye to his Five-0 ohana, they must investigate a murder during a police convention on the Island,
Series Fun Facts
- Robert Loggia, Clyde Kusatsu, Patty Duke, Al Harrington, George Takei, Edward Asner, Don Stroud and Dennis Chun, Jimmy Borges are actors who have appeared on both the new and original…
[show]Robert Loggia, Clyde Kusatsu, Patty Duke, Al Harrington, George Takei, Edward Asner, Don Stroud and Dennis Chun, Jimmy Borges are actors who have appeared on both the new and original versions of Hawaii Five-O. Asner is interesting in that he reprised his character from the original series, art thief August March.
- Scott Caan and Chi McBride both had roles in the movie Gone in Sixty Seconds.
- The car the group is seen driving around in is a 2010/2011 Camaro LT with a V6 engine, the RS performance package, and police lights added to the front end. McGarrett is seen numerous times…
[show]The car the group is seen driving around in is a 2010/2011 Camaro LT with a V6 engine, the RS performance package, and police lights added to the front end. McGarrett is seen numerous times driving the Camaro although it's Danno's car. GM's Chevrolet division is the motor vehicle provider. In the original Hawaii Five-0 (1968), Ford Motor Company was the motor vehicle provider, with both Ford division and Mercury division vehicles being used by Five-O personnel. However, the lead vehicle was always Jack Lord McGarrett's Mercury. For most of the first seven seasons of the original show, Steve's car was a black on black (sometimes referred to as "triple black") 1968 Mercury Parklane Brougham 4-door. The Park Lane was last used during the 11th season of the original series where it sat in a warehouse for several years - the Park Lane sedan used in the early seasons was restored and now in the hands of a Chicago, Illinois resident. After Season 8, McGarrett drives a 1974 Mercury Marquis Brougham hardtop sedan, and after the original series ended its run in 1980, Jack Lord gave the Marquis to his stunt double, John Boley Nordlum. In Hawaii Five-0 (2010) that same car make, model, and color 1974 Mercury is shown being stored in the garage of Steve's house, and Steve explains to Danno that his father had been restoring the old Mercury before he was kidnapped. This is a tribute to the very famous car McGarrett used in the later seasons of the original series.