(new) Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

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It’s a new year for Hawaii Five-0, and everyone better hold on because the action-packed adventure is going to see some major changes in early 2017. Before the winter break, we watched with broken hearts as Chin Ho Kelly sacrificed himself to save his niece’s life. It was brutal to watch as Chin promised his niece they would see each other again; a promise he wasn’t sure he would be able to keep. Sadly, by the end of the episode Five-0 did lose a member of the team. It just didn’t happen the way we anticipated.

Since they have no idea how to locate Chin, Steve tortures one of Diego’s men until he gives up the location of a camp where Chin will be dumped. Not one to sit idly by at home, Adam violates his parole to come to Mexico to help. The team barely gets to Chin in time before he is literally fed to the dogs. Chin keeps his promise to be there for Sara, and in a bigger way than he imagined. Though it was Chin’s past which got Sara kidnapped, Sara’s aunt and uncle no longer think that she is safe in Juarez. They relinquish custody of Sara to Chin. Chin wondered if he was ready to be a Dad, and now he’ll have the chance to prove it.

Once back home, the team investigates the death of car salesman Mitch Lawson found in his own trunk. With Grover’s vast knowledge of car salesman from years of detailing at his uncle’s dealership, he convinces Steve to let him go undercover at the victim’s place of business. Their first suspect is Mitch’s rival salesman. The guy is a sneaky snake, but he’s not the killer. That honor goes to another rival salesman who is literally dumb enough not to clean up the blood stains in his office. Thus finding the killer is easy, but the fact that Mitch was so paranoid about one particular car right before he died is just too strange to ignore.

The team figures out that Mitch Lawson was smuggling heroin in the cars then delivering them to a Korean street gang. The problem is that according to the head of the gang, his crew was not suicidal enough to commit murder for it, especially not a cop who tries to help the rescue the man who bought Mitch’s last missing car. When the team finds the killer, he turns out to be an international terrorist linked to several smuggling operations of his own-of uranium. By the time Five-0 gets to his apartment the terrorist commits suicide and the bomb is already gone. Which means somewhere there is a dirty bomb hidden somewhere on the island.

In light of the recent emotional upheaval, several members of the team are in need of a life change. Chin is already an insta-father, and you’d think that would be the biggest life change of all. After he thanks Adam for risking his own freedom to come to his rescue, it seems that Adam should consider what his next move will be now that he is finally free. Jerry has been homeless for the past few months, which has resulted in him couch-surfing and sleeping in McGarrett’s office. Steve is happy to lend a hand once he finds out about the situation, but Jerry beats him to it and manages to find a great apartment which doesn’t need an extensive credit check. The problem is that its current occupant is someone they know. Thus, we learn we are going to be saying goodbye to our beloved medical examiner Max. His experience volunteering in Africa changed him, and so he and his new wife Sabrina will be making the move permanent.

Get your tissues out people. If the thought of a dirty bomb doesn’t make you cry next week, saying goodbye to Max will.

Did the team manage to save Chin before it was too late?

That was his plan on Hawaii Five-0 Season 7 Episode 12 as they raced to save him from execution after his vengeful captors made it clear they were after his blood.

Meanwhile on this hit drama series, Grover went undercover as a car salesman to investigate a murder that was far more complex and dangerous than he expected.

Use the video above to watch Hawaii Five-0 online to get caught up with the latest drama for the characters.

Paul Dailly is a staff writer for TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.

Hawaii Five-0 Winter Premiere Recap 1/6/17: Season 7 Episode 12 "Ka 'alike"

Tonight on CBS Hawaii Five-0 air with an all-new Friday, January 6, 2017, episode and we have your Hawaii Five-0 recap below. On tonight’s Hawaii Five-0 season 7 episode 12 Winter Premiere as per the CBS synopsis, “Chin (George Takei) is kidnapped by a cartel in Mexico and Five-0 races to rescue him before he is executed by his vengeful abductors.”

So don’t forget to bookmark this spot and come back between 9PM – 10PM ET! for our Hawaii Five-0 recap. While you wait for the recap don’t forget to check all our Hawaii Five-0 recaps, news, spoilers & more, right here!

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Carlos Diego of the Diego Cartel had wanted blood for the death of his brother Juan and unfortunately Chin had been a willing sacrifice on tonight’s episode of “Hawaii Five-0”

Chin went to Mexico to save his niece Sara. Sara’s maternal relative had gotten custody of she and she had been living a normal life until one day she had been kidnapped. But the price the kidnappers were demanding hadn’t been a ransom. They hadn’t wanted money because they had taken the girl in order to lure Five-0 down to their territory. So Five-0 had fallen into that trap and they had nearly died for it however by sheer luck they had survived and Chin had had to think about that afterward because his actions had affected others. And so Chin had decided to turn himself over to the cartel to get Sara back and to keep his team safe.

However, his friends and family were never going to stand by while Chin was murdered. So they did some kidnapping of their own. The team had kidnapped a member of the cartel and they had “questioned” him over several hours until he finally revealed one of Carlos’s favorite properties. Carlos had had this place where he enjoyed taking prisoners and that’s where he apparently served his honor guests to his dogs though he never managed to do that to Chin. Chin had bene close to death, but his friends had showed up at the right time. They had stormed in guns blazing and had rescued their friend.

So Chin had had a lot to be thankful for. He had gotten Sara to safety and he had also managed to take down a cartel by sicking Five-0 on them. Yet, Chin had thought he was going to have to say goodbye to Sara again and that had almost ruined him. Chin had grown close to Sara and had loved the little girl as if she was his own daughter however Sara’s aunt and uncle had thought things over and they eventually decided that Sara should live Chin. He had made an incredible for the little girl and the couple had realized it. And so they gather up the documents and legally gave Chin custody of Sara. Making him a parent now!

Chin however, loves being Sara’s parent. He enjoyed everyday with her and had kept a close eye on her even when he was at work. Though Five-0 did get another case as soon as they had gotten back. The guys had noticed that Jerry was living in their office and that he had also slept eat some of Steve’s doughnuts. So the guys had said they would help Jerry move and then later they tried to figure out why Steve had gotten the donuts so that answer to that had been bribery. Some guy that interviewed for the coroner’s job had thought that sending Steve doughnuts would help him get the job.

The doughnuts though had had the opposite effect. Steve had nothing to do with the new coroner’s job and Max hated bribery. But Max did tell Steve why they needed another coroner. Max had said that the work was overloading and that he had to come in on Saturdays because it was so busy. So Steve and Lou had asked about the latest case that Max was working on and they wanted in. The victim’s name was Mitch Lawson. He was car salesmen and someone had managed to use his keycard to work after his death. And so the team eventually investigated why someone would kill Mitch and even use his key card.

It just hadn’t made much sense to them. However, Lou had said that car salesmen were brutal to question. He thought that they could talk any sane person into seeing their way and so Steve thought Lou would be perfect to go in undercover. Lou went to work at Pacific Motor Sales as the latest hire and he had quickly come to learn who did and didn’t have a grudge with Mitch. So Lou had thought that Paul was their guy and as it turns out Paul had a solid alibi for the whole night, but Paul had information for Five-0. He told them that Mitch had been on the phone with someone on the night he died and he had been screaming because he was so mad.

So Five-0 tracked down the person that Mitch was talking to and it was the dealership’s stock manager. The guy had gotten yelled at because the car that Mitch ordered had come in and another salesman had sold it from right under Mitch. Yet, the killer hadn’t been so big bad threat. He had simply been Bob Mason who had offered to give Mitch’s the commission from the sale because he saw his coworker had gone ballistic and who had been turned down. Mitch had wanted the car to be returned for his client and that was both impossible as well as erratic. And so Bob had been forced to defend himself when Mitch refused to wait for a new car and then he had tried to dump the body.

Though it doesn’t matter what happened. The fact was that Bob had killed Mitch and Bob was going to prison yet later Lou had thought about the case and he didn’t understand why Mitch had lost it. So they looked into Mitch and they found out that he had been selling the same color, make, and model for the last few years to the same person. He had been selling it to a member of the KFS Syndicate. And so Five-0 had thought that Mitch was dealing with drug trafficking and they had tried to locate the new owner that had bought the car from Bob though it had been too late. Another syndicate member had found him and had killed a police officer as well as the poor guy that bought the car.

The car had been gutted and Max had ended up finding radioactive residue still inside. So that’s why Mitch and the syndicate desperately wanted the car yet there wasn’t a place on the island that they could run that Five-0 wouldn’t find them. But the raid carried out on the syndicate had had to be carefully handled and so the team risked their lives in order to save the island from radioactive material from getting out however in the end the suitcase they had found had already been emptied. And so it’s still dangerous on the Island and unfortunately they were losing an honored member of the team.

Max had looked for another coroner because he wanted to go back to Africa and continue to help the underprivileged, but will he still go with the Island at risk?

THE END!

Andre Reed, NFL Hall of Famer, is receiving a new line on his resume.

Andre Reed, actor.

The former Buffalo Bills receiver in the team's glory days has a guest role in Friday’s episode of the CBS series “Hawaii Five-O." It airs at 9 p.m. on WIVB-TV, the local CBS affiliate.

In the episode, Chin (Daniel Dae Kim) is kidnapped by a cartel in Mexico and Grover (Chi McBride) goes undercover as a car salesman to investigate a murder. The second story line is where Reed gets involved. He is listed as a sales manager.

The guest star list for the episode is a long one, which suggests Reed's on-screen time will be short.

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Over the past few years, actor Dominic Flores of Laguna Niguel has tried multiple times to land a guest spot on the hit television show “Hawaii Five-0,” but he’s always come up short.

But after appearing alongside Sandra Bullock in the 2015 film “Our Brand is Crisis,” which he credits as giving him a career boost, Flores’ luck turned around.

He landed a spot on the CBS drama in an episode set to air Friday.

“To have them fly you to Hawaii is a pretty exhilarating feeling,” he said.

Flores said most of his scenes involving dialogue were filmed on the last day of shooting. He spent time learning his lines on the beach.

“Everything was really fast over there,” Flores said. “You have to be ready for things to change on a dime.”

He said he will likely watch the episode with his family at home as it’s beamed to television sets across the nation.

Flores, a native of Dana Point, spent much of his early years in Orange County before moving to Los Angeles. He moved to Laguna Niguel a few years ago after his third child was born.

“I like the family vibe,” he said. “I like having a separation of church and state, so to speak.”

In addition to picking up film and television roles, including an upcoming appearance on the Netflix romantic comedy series “Love,” Flores teaches acting at The Performers Academy in Lake Forest.

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  • Hawaii Five-0 6x25 McDanno Scenes - Danny Donates Half His Liver to Steve
  • Is this the end of the road for "Hawaii Five-0?"
    (Photo: Danni Ruahtic/YouTube)

Even though "Hawaii Five-0" has always been a sure hit for CBS, that doesn't mean that the show is not facing cancellation rumors. With all the new interesting shows out there, it seems like "Hawaii Five-0" has taken the back seat feeding speculations that the show will be cancelled after "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7.

'Hawaii Five-0' Season 7 Cancellation News: CBS Drops Show After Poor Ratings?

Although "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 have already started filming new episodes for the much awaited seventh installment, Carter Matt has previously suggested that this could possibly be the last for the beloved show. According to the site, "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 could be the last installment as the "Hawaii Five-0" ratings kept spiraling down.

Ever since "Hawaii Five-0" changed its time slot to Friday, the ratings have been nothing but disappointing. With this remark, it's not hard to see that the cancellation rumors after "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 existed.

The bromance between Steve McGarrett and Danny Williams did not help the ratings of "Hawaii Five-0" season 7. The partners have had their ups and downs this season, which will supposedly add more hype to the show but it seems that it's not working as they planned.

'Hawaii Five-0' Season 7 Cancellation News: CBS New Slot Ends Show?

Before they started filming for "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7, the cast gathered together in Waikiki for a traditional blessing ceremony. The "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 cast -- Chi McBride (Lou Grover), Alex O'Loughlin (Steve McGarrett), Daniel Dae Kim (Chin Ho Kelly), Grace Park (Kono Kalakaua), Jorge Garcia, Teilor Grubbs (Grace Williams), Dennis Chun (Luke Lukela) and Shawn Garnett -- were in attendance.

But with this new report, it appears that their "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 blessing ceremony might be their last. Has "Hawaii Five-0" already reached the end of the road? Or do you think the show can still do more seasons? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!

  • Hawaii Five-0 6x25 McDanno Scenes - Danny Donates Half His Liver to Steve
  • Is this the end of the road for "Hawaii Five-0?"
    (Photo: Danni Ruahtic/YouTube)

Even though "Hawaii Five-0" has always been a sure hit for CBS, that doesn't mean that the show is not facing cancellation rumors. With all the new interesting shows out there, it seems like "Hawaii Five-0" has taken the back seat feeding speculations that the show will be cancelled after "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7.

 

'Hawaii Five-0' Season 7 Cancellation News: CBS Drops Show After Poor Ratings?

Although "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 have already started filming new episodes for the much awaited seventh installment, Carter Matt has previously suggested that this could possibly be the last for the beloved show. According to the site, "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 could be the last installment as the "Hawaii Five-0" ratings kept spiraling down.

Ever since "Hawaii Five-0" changed its time slot to Friday, the ratings have been nothing but disappointing. With this remark, it's not hard to see that the cancellation rumors after "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 existed.

The bromance between Steve McGarrett and Danny Williams did not help the ratings of "Hawaii Five-0" season 7. The partners have had their ups and downs this season, which will supposedly add more hype to the show but it seems that it's not working as they planned.

'Hawaii Five-0' Season 7 Cancellation News: CBS New Slot Ends Show?

 

Before they started filming for "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7, the cast gathered together in Waikiki for a traditional blessing ceremony. The "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 cast -- Chi McBride (Lou Grover), Alex O'Loughlin (Steve McGarrett), Daniel Dae Kim (Chin Ho Kelly), Grace Park (Kono Kalakaua), Jorge Garcia, Teilor Grubbs (Grace Williams), Dennis Chun (Luke Lukela) and Shawn Garnett -- were in attendance.

 

But with this new report, it appears that their "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 blessing ceremony might be their last. Has "Hawaii Five-0" already reached the end of the road? Or do you think the show can still do more seasons? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!

 

 

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Viewers have seen the “Hawaii Five-0” team dig into mysterious murders that are thrilling and life threatening. This time, however, they will witness something they thought they would only encounter in history class.

Spoiler alert! This article contains “Hawaii Five-0” spoilers. Read on if you would like to know what happens next before the next episode airs.

Season 7 Episode 9, titled “Elua la ma Nowemapa,” which means “Two Days in November,” reveals that viewers will be seeing a conspiracy theorist show up and claim that she has solid evidence that the cabinet for JFK were really the ones who plotted his assassination in Dallas. This was made part of the episode synopsis in all caps so it looks like this would be the episode’s main theme.

RELATED | 'Hawaii Five-0' season 7 episode 8 spoilers: Danny chaperones Grace to the winter formal; terrorists storm the event; Grace’s secret boyfriend revealed in ‘Hana Komo Pae’

For this episode of “Hawaii Five-0,” the show will be pulling off something completely different but very deeply historical. It is beyond imagination for now how the answers to the age old mystery of JFK’s assassination could be found all the way in tropical paradise Hawaii; but who knows? While the mystery could be very distant both in time and location, viewers can expect an opportunity for a modern way of retelling history that will be explained in a unique way.

While historic accuracy is of course not expected, fans hope that this conspiracy theorist is not some crazy person with no sense but, rather, raise some valid points, writes Cartermatt. This should give viewers a sense of mystery while posing a big challenge on the team as they are about to dig in something historically crucial.

This upcoming episode of “Hawaii Five-0” will air on Friday November 18 at 8 p.m. on CBS. It will also air on the TEN Channel in Australia.

 

Viewers have seen the “Hawaii Five-0” team dig into mysterious murders that are thrilling and life threatening. This time, however, they will witness something they thought they would only encounter in history class.

Spoiler alert! This article contains “Hawaii Five-0” spoilers. Read on if you would like to know what happens next before the next episode airs.

Season 7 Episode 9, titled “Elua la ma Nowemapa,” which means “Two Days in November,” reveals that viewers will be seeing a conspiracy theorist show up and claim that she has solid evidence that the cabinet for JFK were really the ones who plotted his assassination in Dallas. This was made part of the episode synopsis in all caps so it looks like this would be the episode’s main theme.

RELATED | 'Hawaii Five-0' season 7 episode 8 spoilers: Danny chaperones Grace to the winter formal; terrorists storm the event; Grace’s secret boyfriend revealed in ‘Hana Komo Pae’

For this episode of “Hawaii Five-0,” the show will be pulling off something completely different but very deeply historical. It is beyond imagination for now how the answers to the age old mystery of JFK’s assassination could be found all the way in tropical paradise Hawaii; but who knows? While the mystery could be very distant both in time and location, viewers can expect an opportunity for a modern way of retelling history that will be explained in a unique way.

While historic accuracy is of course not expected, fans hope that this conspiracy theorist is not some crazy person with no sense but, rather, raise some valid points, writes Cartermatt. This should give viewers a sense of mystery while posing a big challenge on the team as they are about to dig in something historically crucial.

This upcoming episode of “Hawaii Five-0” will air on Friday November 18 at 8 p.m. on CBS. It will also air on the TEN Channel in Australia.

 

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