(new) Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

the new Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Friday, April 28, 2017

The numbers for Friday include CBS winning the night in every primetime hour:

TimeShowAdults 18-49 Rating/ShareViewers (millions)
8 p.m.Undercover Boss (CBS)0.8/35.35
First Dates (NBC)0.7/33.22
The Toy Box (ABC)0.6/22.69
Rosewood (FOX) – F0.5/22.9
The Originals (The CW)0.3/10.96
9 p.m.Hawaii Five-0 (CBS)0.9/47.87
Dateline (NBC) (9-11 p.m.)0.8/34.15
Let It Fall: Los Angeles 1982-1992 (ABC) (9-11 p.m.) – S0.6/22.48
Lethal Weapon (FOX) – R0.4/11.91
Reign (The CW)0.2/10.69
10 p.m.Blue Bloods (CBS)0.8/38.47

CBS steadily won the night this Friday, capturing the top spot in every hour from 8-11 p.m. “Hawaii Five-O” led with a 0.9 rating in adults 18-49, while both “Blue Bloods” and “Undercover Boss” followed closely behind with 0.8s. NBC held steady throughout the night as well, with “First Dates” maintaining a 0.7 once again, and “Dateline” scoring an average 0.8 throughout two hours.

With its season finale, FOX’s “Rosewood” took a minor hit, falling one-tenth from last week’s 0.6 to a 0.5 rating this time around. On The CW, “Reign” returned with a consistent 0.2, while “The Originals” grabbed a 0.3. In addition, ABC’s “The Toy Box” held steady with a 0.6 for the second week in a row.

Network averages:

NBCABCCBSFOXCW
Adults 18-49 rating/share0.9/40.8/30.6/30.5/20.3/1
Total Viewers (millions)4.533.965.852.400.98

Late-night metered market ratings (adults 18-49, households):

11:35 p.m.

“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”: 0.7/4, 2.2/5

“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”: 0.4/2, 2.7/7

“Jimmy Kimmel Live” – R: 0.4/2, 1.3/3

12:35 a.m.

“Late Night with Seth Meyers” – R: 0.4/3, 1.2/4

“The Late Late Show with James Corden” – R: 0.2/2, 1.5/4

“Nightline”: 0.3/2, 1.0/3

Definitions:
Rating: Estimated percentage of the universe of TV households (or other specified group) tuned to a program in the average minute. Ratings are expressed as a percent.
Fast Affiliate Ratings: These first national ratings are available at approximately 11 a.m. ET the day after telecast. The figures may include stations that did not air the entire network feed, as well as local news breaks or cutaways for local coverage or other programming. Fast Affiliate ratings are not as useful for live programs and are likely to differ significantly from the final results, because the data reflect normal broadcast feed patterns.
Share (of Audience):
The percent of households (or persons) using television who are tuned to a specific program, station or network in a specific area at a specific time.
Time Shifted Viewing:
Program ratings for national sources are produced in three streams of data – Live, Live +Same-Day and Live +7 Day. Time-shifted figures account for incremental viewing that takes place with DVRs. Live+SD includes viewing during the same broadcast day as the original telecast, with a cut-off of 3 a.m. local time when meters transmit daily viewing to Nielsen for processing. Live +7 ratings include viewing that takes place during the 7 days following a telecast.

Source: The Nielsen Company.

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The upcoming 24th episode of the seventh season of "Hawaii Five-0" promises to be an exciting and gripping installment as the team receives a tip about a possible attack on the island.

The next episode of "Hawaii Five-0" season 7 is titled "He ke'u na ka 'alae a Hina," which is a Hawaiian phrase that translates to "A Croaking by Hina's Mudhen." The synopsis published by SpoilerTV about the upcoming episode reads:

"When McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) gets a tip that someone is plotting a terrorist attack on Oahu, Five-0 searches for those behind it before it's too late. Also, Chin (Daniel Dae Kim) and Abby (Julie Benz) have a very difficult decision to make."

Scott Caan as Danny "Danno" Williams, Grace Park as Kono Kalakaua, Jorge Garcia as Jerry Ortega and Chi McBride as Lou Grover will also appear in the upcoming installment.

Meanwhile, the guest stars appearing in episode 24 include Ian Anthony Dale as Adam Noshimuri, Willie Garson as Gerard Hirsch, Leon Williams as Kalea, Omid Abtahi as Naser Salaam, Ingo Rademacher as Robert Coughlin, Nick Shakoour as Adnan Khalid, Taylor Wily as Kamekona, Terrell Clayton as a CIA officer and Herschel L. Gillins as a guard.

The episode is directed by Krishna Rao and was written by Rob Hanning. A promo teaser for "Hawaii Five-0" season 7 episode 24 has also been released, and can be seen below:

The upcoming episode this week will be followed by the season finale airing on May 12. The final episode is titled "Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono," which translates to, "The Life of the Land is Perpetuated in Righteousness." According to spoilers, McGarrett will risk his life while Kono will be making a life-changing decision.

"Hawaii Five-0" season 7 airs every Friday at 9 p.m. EDT on the CBS TV Network.

The upcoming 24th episode of the seventh season of "Hawaii Five-0" promises to be an exciting and gripping installment as the team receives a tip about a possible attack on the island.

The next episode of "Hawaii Five-0" season 7 is titled "He ke'u na ka 'alae a Hina," which is a Hawaiian phrase that translates to "A Croaking by Hina's Mudhen." The synopsis published by SpoilerTV about the upcoming episode reads:

"When McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) gets a tip that someone is plotting a terrorist attack on Oahu, Five-0 searches for those behind it before it's too late. Also, Chin (Daniel Dae Kim) and Abby (Julie Benz) have a very difficult decision to make."

Scott Caan as Danny "Danno" Williams, Grace Park as Kono Kalakaua, Jorge Garcia as Jerry Ortega and Chi McBride as Lou Grover will also appear in the upcoming installment.

Meanwhile, the guest stars appearing in episode 24 include Ian Anthony Dale as Adam Noshimuri, Willie Garson as Gerard Hirsch, Leon Williams as Kalea, Omid Abtahi as Naser Salaam, Ingo Rademacher as Robert Coughlin, Nick Shakoour as Adnan Khalid, Taylor Wily as Kamekona, Terrell Clayton as a CIA officer and Herschel L. Gillins as a guard.

The episode is directed by Krishna Rao and was written by Rob Hanning. A promo teaser for "Hawaii Five-0" season 7 episode 24 has also been released, and can be seen below:

The upcoming episode this week will be followed by the season finale airing on May 12. The final episode is titled "Ua Mau Ke Ea O Ka Aina I Ka Pono," which translates to, "The Life of the Land is Perpetuated in Righteousness." According to spoilers, McGarrett will risk his life while Kono will be making a life-changing decision.

"Hawaii Five-0" season 7 airs every Friday at 9 p.m. EDT on the CBS TV Network.

There's nothing like a study of the McGarrett-Danny dynamic.

Hawaii Five-0 Season 7 Episode 23 shows how an old case of Danny's actually led to their meeting.

The best part: not a cargument to be seen throughout.

Actually, the episode even managed to focus on another old relationship of Danny's: his with Tanaka, his former captain.

First things first, Danny shouldn't become a carpenter when he retires. He was Everydad, unable to build a race-car bed because he refused to follow the directions.

Then the last person he expected showed up at his door: Tanaka, with whom he never really got along.

It was great that Danny got a second chance to solve his last case with HPD, one that got away.

Also, it allowed him to exorcise his guilt about having a witness disappear after Danny failed to pick up his call because he couldn't stop bickering with his ex-wife Rachel.

Now whatever possessed the drug-lord Mendez to send a hit squad to kill Makino, who had been in a coma for seven years and who was being kept alive on a ventilator?

Did he really think Makino was going to suddenly wake up and start singing about a crime he'd witnessed seven years earlier? What an idiot!

But it wouldn't have been much of an episode without this flimsy plot device.

Guarding Makino allowed Danny and Tanaka to work out their issues.

It was easy to see why there was friction. Danny's Eeyore personality isn't for everyone, and his uptight Mainland ways rubbed many of his co-workers the wrong way, which was artfully illustrated through the many sepia-toned flashbacks.

Also, Tanaka felt pressured to hire Danny, when many locals were equally qualified, and Danny made minimal attempts to fit in. He was there for his daughter and nothing else. It's still hard to believe that anyone would have that many complaints about Hawaii.

But at least Danny learned that Tanaka held him in high esteem as a cop, and they finally got past their old differences.

It only took several hundred rounds for them to get there.

The best character of the episode was Nurse Jenny. She knew Makino was dead if she left him in the care of Danny and Tanaka. She was brave under fire, enduring failing equipment, hails of bullets and Danny's driving.

I know there's no call for repeat visits from a nurse on the show, but a great, low-key performance by Lori Petty, whose Jenny was just as much a wise-ass as anyone else.

She bantered with Danny just as well as McGarrett usually does.

I loved the intriguing twist of Tanaka taking Danny off the construction-site murder, which he saw as going nowhere, and putting him on the murder of a former cop, Jack McGarrett.

That explains why Danny was at the McGarrett crime scene and ended up meeting Steve, which eventually led to Danny joining the Five-0 task force and leaving HPD. All indirectly thanks to Tanaka.

I also loved how Tanaka burst Danny's retirement plan of opening a restaurant. Restaurants have got to be one of the biggest money pits in Hawaii.

We got very little Chin, Kono, Grover and Jerry this episode, just them supporting Danny in his moment of need.

There were a couple of great McGarrett moments. In the first, he was crashing into the house right on top of the gunmen, in the nick of time, of course.

The second was his scene with Charlie, showing his paternal side. Now if only he could find the right woman.

No, this episode was about showing the evolution (maybe too strong a word) of Danny. He's much more laid-back now, in the spirit of the islands. Maybe Hawaii has been good for him, after all.

On May 5, Five-0 has to deal with a potential terrorist attack. They must have to make their quota for this particular plot-line.

Then, on the season finale May 12, it's back to the sex-trafficking ring storyline, which I mistakenly thought was settled already.

Well, to catch up on that storyline, watch Hawaii Five-0 online.

How did you enjoy this peek into Danny's past? Would you like to see Tanaka return in the future? Would McGarrett make a good dad? Comment below.

Wehe 'ana (Prelude)Review

Editor Rating:4.25/ 5.0
  • 4.3 / 5.0
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
User Rating:

Rating:4.7/ 5.0(3 Votes)

Dale McGarrigle is a staff writer for TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.

There's nothing like a study of the McGarrett-Danny dynamic.

Hawaii Five-0 Season 7 Episode 23 shows how an old case of Danny's actually led to their meeting.

The best part: not a cargument to be seen throughout.

Actually, the episode even managed to focus on another old relationship of Danny's: his with Tanaka, his former captain.

First things first, Danny shouldn't become a carpenter when he retires. He was Everydad, unable to build a race-car bed because he refused to follow the directions.

Then the last person he expected showed up at his door: Tanaka, with whom he never really got along.

It was great that Danny got a second chance to solve his last case with HPD, one that got away.

Also, it allowed him to exorcise his guilt about having a witness disappear after Danny failed to pick up his call because he couldn't stop bickering with his ex-wife Rachel.

Now whatever possessed the drug-lord Mendez to send a hit squad to kill Makino, who had been in a coma for seven years and who was being kept alive on a ventilator?

Did he really think Makino was going to suddenly wake up and start singing about a crime he'd witnessed seven years earlier? What an idiot!

But it wouldn't have been much of an episode without this flimsy plot device.

Guarding Makino allowed Danny and Tanaka to work out their issues.

It was easy to see why there was friction. Danny's Eeyore personality isn't for everyone, and his uptight Mainland ways rubbed many of his co-workers the wrong way, which was artfully illustrated through the many sepia-toned flashbacks.

Also, Tanaka felt pressured to hire Danny, when many locals were equally qualified, and Danny made minimal attempts to fit in. He was there for his daughter and nothing else. It's still hard to believe that anyone would have that many complaints about Hawaii.

But at least Danny learned that Tanaka held him in high esteem as a cop, and they finally got past their old differences.

It only took several hundred rounds for them to get there.

The best character of the episode was Nurse Jenny. She knew Makino was dead if she left him in the care of Danny and Tanaka. She was brave under fire, enduring failing equipment, hails of bullets and Danny's driving.

I know there's no call for repeat visits from a nurse on the show, but a great, low-key performance by Lori Petty, whose Jenny was just as much a wise-ass as anyone else.

She bantered with Danny just as well as McGarrett usually does.

I loved the intriguing twist of Tanaka taking Danny off the construction-site murder, which he saw as going nowhere, and putting him on the murder of a former cop, Jack McGarrett.

That explains why Danny was at the McGarrett crime scene and ended up meeting Steve, which eventually led to Danny joining the Five-0 task force and leaving HPD. All indirectly thanks to Tanaka.

I also loved how Tanaka burst Danny's retirement plan of opening a restaurant. Restaurants have got to be one of the biggest money pits in Hawaii.

We got very little Chin, Kono, Grover and Jerry this episode, just them supporting Danny in his moment of need.

There were a couple of great McGarrett moments. In the first, he was crashing into the house right on top of the gunmen, in the nick of time, of course.

The second was his scene with Charlie, showing his paternal side. Now if only he could find the right woman.

No, this episode was about showing the evolution (maybe too strong a word) of Danny. He's much more laid-back now, in the spirit of the islands. Maybe Hawaii has been good for him, after all.

On May 5, Five-0 has to deal with a potential terrorist attack. They must have to make their quota for this particular plot-line.

Then, on the season finale May 12, it's back to the sex-trafficking ring storyline, which I mistakenly thought was settled already.

Well, to catch up on that storyline, watch Hawaii Five-0 online.

How did you enjoy this peek into Danny's past? Would you like to see Tanaka return in the future? Would McGarrett make a good dad? Comment below.

Wehe 'ana (Prelude)Review

Editor Rating:4.25/ 5.0
  • 4.3 / 5.0
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
User Rating:

Rating:4.9/ 5.0(25 Votes)

Dale McGarrigle is a staff writer for TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.

Tonight on Hawaii Five-0 season 7, Danny finds himself protecting coma patient who was also a witness from the last case he worked as HPD. You are not going to want to miss tonight’s episode of Hawaii Five-0 2017. If you missed the last episode of Hawaii Five-0, you can find my Hawaii Five-0 recap right here! Tonight’s episode of Hawaii Five-0 started off with Danny gets a visit from Capt. Tanaka of the HPD. Danny is told that a witness that they thought was dead is still alive. He is in an assistant living facility and has been in a coma for seven years. Doctors are saying that he might be waking up soon so Tanaka and Danny head over.

While they are there, there is a security breach and the facility has been placed on lock down and Danny thinks that someone is trying to kill his witness. He calls McGarrett for some backup and while waiting for him a nurse comes into the room. Danny thinks something is fishy when she uses the patients name, no one knows his real name. She then attacks Danny when he gets suspicious. Danny is able to use the needle she prepared for the patient on her.

Danny and Tanaka find a burner phone on her and when she gets a text asking if she needs them to come in, Danny responds with “All good here.” Whoever is trying to kill the patient, McKino, then calls the phone and when Danny tries to get the other nurse to pose as the woman they sent in, they don’t buy it. He is able to talk the real nurse into moving McKino to another facility before he is killed by the hitman.

After getting McKino into an ambulance for transport, the hitman catch up and start firing at the ambulance. They nick the breathing tube, but the nurse is able to patch it up. Tanaka opens fire out the back window of the ambulance and is able to buy some time. Unfortunately, they manage to drive over a spike strip at the security booth on their way out. They manage to get it to a nearby house and get McKino’s ventilator plugged in.

Kono, Grover and Chin all head over to a known associate of the dead nurse who tried to kill McKino and Danny. They believe he is the one that ordered the hit because he had a lot to lose if McKino woke up. He tried to kill McKino seven years ago but McKino was able to get away. McKino could ID him which is motive to have him killed.

Meanwhile, the hitmen that were following Tanaka, Danny, McKino and the nurse in the ambulance, they have called Danny. They tell him that they found the ambulance and they have the house surrounded. McGarrett still hasn’t gotten there and the hitmen have started shooting at the house. The hitmen enter the house but moments later, McGarrett shows up and drives through the front of the house and takes out the hitmen.

We end the episode off with McKino being brought back to the facility before being transferred to a better secured facility. McGarrett is tucking Danny’s son, Charlie. Danny is visiting with McKino, who isn’t awake, but Danny wanted to get some things off his chest. He apologizes to McKino for not answering the phone seven years ago when he tried to call him. Thanks him for risking his life back then to try and put some really bad people away. He then tells him all about the 5-0 team. We also get a look at the day that Danny and McGarrett met for the first time. Danny was working McGarrett’s father’s case.

Make sure to come back next week to find out what happens on Hawaii Five-0 2017!

Join us tonight on Gossip & Gab for our Hawaii Five-0 season 7 Recap! Let’s watch Hawaii Five-0 2017 together! Bookmark us or friend us on Facebook or Twitter for all our latest updates. Want to see more from Lead Writer Tammie Slogeris? Follow her on Twitter, Google+ and like her on Facebook to join in on the conversations!

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This Friday on ‘Hawaii Five-0’, we’re treated to our first Danny-centric episode in far too long featuring guest appearances from the incredible Lori Petty and Michael Paul Chan!

When we last left off on Hawaii Five-0, the Five-0 task force were called in to help solve the murder of one of the last survivors of the USS Arizona. While investigating the cast, Steve discovered a personal connection that allowed him to learn about the impactful role his grandfather had at Pearl Harbor. Elsewhere, Adam returned to the scene and was quickly thrust into yet another mystery while working at his new construction job. As it happened, Adam came across bone fragments that had him feeling uneasy and turning to Jerry for help into looking into the discovery under the radar of Kono and the team.

Tonight in “Wehe Ana (Prelude),” Detective Danny Williams takes center stage in an episode which puts the spotlight on one of our favorite members of the Five-0 task force! The fun begins when a comatose patient begins to show signs of improvement leaving him in need of some police protection.

As we soon discover, the comatose patient happened to be the key witness to the final HPD case Danny worked on before joining the Five-0 task force. While it appears that Danny will not be working with his Five-0 family on protecting the witness, he does get a little help from nurse Jenny (Orange Is the New Black star Lori Petty) and his former HPD Captain, Tanaka (Michael Paul Chan).

Don’t miss a minute of CBS’ hit Friday night drama Hawaii Five-0 when it airs this Friday, April 28 at 9/8c only on CBS and remember you can watch the latest episodes of your favorite CBS series online through CBS.com.

What are you looking for the most from this Friday’s new Hawaii Five-0? Join the conversation in the comments section below or by tweeting @HiddenRemote with your thoughts and hopes for this week’s episode and don’t forget to tune-in tonight at 9/8c on CBS!

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