Hawaii Five-0: Season 1 (2010 - 2011)

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Critic Consensus: A brisk, slick reboot of an old favorite, Hawaii Five-0's picturesque locales and attractive cast make for pleasurable viewing.

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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 20, 2010
2
Air date: Sep 27, 2010
3
Air date: Oct 4, 2010
4
Air date: Oct 11, 2010
5
Air date: Oct 18, 2010
6
Air date: Oct 25, 2010
7
Air date: Nov 1, 2010
8
Air date: Nov 8, 2010
9
Air date: Nov 15, 2010
10
Air date: Nov 22, 2010
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A remake of the show that debuted in 1968, the first series of the rebooted 'Hawaii Five-O" premiered 42 years later in 2010, reintroducing audiences to "Five-0" task force, led by ex-Navy SEAL Steve McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin). The specialised law enforcement group, deemed necessary by Hawaii governor Pat Jameson (Jean Smart), also includes relocated New Jersey detective Danny Williams (Scott Caan), former Honolulu police officer Chin Ho Kelly (Daniel Dae Kim) and soon-to-be police officer Kono Kalakaua (Grace Park). The elite police task force solves crimes across the state of Hawaii, showcasing the state's photogenic landscape. Also introduced is recurring villain Wo Fat (Mark Dacascos), leader of the Yakuza crime organisation.

Cast

Alex O'Loughlin
as Steve McGarrett
Scott Caan
as Danny Williams
Daniel Dae Kim
as Chin Ho Kelly
Grace Park
as Kono Kalakaua
Jean Smart
as Gov. Pat Jameson
Teilor Grubbs
as Grace Williams
Taylor Wily
as Kamekona
Taryn Manning
as Mary Ann McGarrett
Masi Oka
as Max Bergman
Larisa Oleynik
as Jenna Kaye
Dennis Chun
as Sgt. Duke Lukela
Michelle Borth
as Catherine Rollins
Kelly Hu
as Laura Hills
James Marsters
as Victor Hesse
Dane Cook
as Matt Williams
Christian George
as Emilio Ochoa
Al Harrington
as Mamo Kahike
Max Martini
as Nick Taylor
Reiko Aylesworth
as Dr. Malia Weston
Sean Combs
as Reggie Cole
Blaine Kia
as Minister
Brian Yang
as Charlie Fong
Ric Young
as General Pak
Greg Germann
as Robert Rovin
Mark Deklin
as Stan Edwards
Clyde Kusatsu
as Judge Kamalei
Rick Springfield
as Renny Sinclair
Kwesi Boakye
as Kevin Cole
Scott Cohen
as Roland Lowry
Joji Yoshida
as Jack Leung
Garret T. Sato
as Det. Ahuna
Sab Shimono
as Uncle Keako
Kasim Saul
as Father
Norman Reedus
as Anton Hesse
James Russo
as Frank Salvo
James Ransone
as Johnny D./Perry Hutchinson
James Kyson
as Sean Leung
Josh Dallas
as Ben Bass
Peyton List
as Erica Harris
Boni Yanagisawa
as Katie Kamalei
Colin Ford
as Evan Lowry
Matt Corboy
as David Atwater
Tzi Ma
as Mr. Chi
Joel David Moore
as Sheldon Tunney
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
as Hiro Noshimuri
Mariana Klaveno
as Julie Adelman
Duane Char
as Chairman Akahoshi
Marika Yamato
as Old Lady
Amanda Schull
as Nicole Duncan
Michaela McManus
as Karleen Roberts
Keith David
as Jimmy Cannon
Ivana Milicevic
as Natalie Reed/Nadia Lukovic
Balthazar Getty
as Walton Dawkins
Perrey Reeves
as Anne Davis
Evan Jones
as Serpent/Sal Groves
William Sadler
as Jack McGarrett
Kyle Secor
as Ambassador Michael Reeves
Nelson Lee
as Nae Shan
Sheila Kelley
as Nancy Harris
Kevin Sorbo
as Carlton Bass
Colin Egglesfield
as Jordan Townsend
Jordan Belfi
as Spenser Owens
David Brainard
as Frank Moore
Hurshae Summons
as Richard Cannon
Andrea Bowen
as Amy/Pauline Lucero
Peter Stormare
as Drago Zankovic
Dichen Lachman
as Amy Hanamoa
William Maeda
as Koji Ishikawa
Joanna 'JoJo' Levesque
as Courtney Russell
Marc Raducci
as Captain Chris
Joel Tobeck
as Kurt Miller
JoJo
as Courtney Russell
Yasmin Dar
as Olina Mulitalo
Michael Copon
as Junior Satele
Jason Quinn
as Billy Omana
Adam Beach
as Special Warfare Operator
Troy Garity
as Agent Edward Kipton
Wood Harris
as Russell Ellison
Mackenzie Foy
as Lily Wilson
Rhys Coiro
as Bradford Graybridge
Angelica Quinn
as Rovin's Assistant
John Sullivan
as Dr. Norman Russell
Allison Chu
as Chen Chi
Jon Seda
as Sgt. Cage
Leslie Bandong
as Trent Agustin
Michael Hsia
as Takashi
Scott Nordquist
as Agent Adam Markowitz
Nicholas Gianforti
as Agent Art Newman
Ned Van Zandt
as Gen. Tom Nathanson
Robert Prescott
as Aaron Brenner
Ray Wise
as Morris Brown
Aimee Zannoni
as Gail Woodson/Psycho Kitty
Cha Thompson
as Female Announcer
Steve Landis
as Jeff Fallon
Maite Schwartz
as Dana Thorpe
Daryl Bonilla
as Paulo Bell
Edwin Habacon
as Kai Rollins
Stacy Edwards
as Rebecca Brown
Margaret Jones
as Mrs. Hailama
Andy Trask
as Derek Marcum
Eileen Fairbanks
as Sheila Fallon
Martin Starr
as Adam Charles
Angie DeGrazia
as Kristen Clark
Jesse Smith
as Richard Haggerty
Susan King
as Joanna Reidell
Cara Buono
as Agent Allison Marsh
Neidin Velazquez
as Linda Leon
Ky Vuong
as Han Chi
Lexi Hara
as Local Girl
Michael Adamshick
as Tom Matthews
Eric Nemoto
as James Chen
Kenneth Mitchell
as Craig Ellers/Paul Stark
Kellie Phyu
as Mrs. Shan
Byron Ono
as Bomb Squad Captain
Cody Gomes
as Moku the Bartender
Ethan Carter
as Dillan Reidell
Jennifer Delaeo
as Girl with Dreads
Patrick Gallagher
as Carlos Bagoyo
Tamayo Perry
as Spike/Harrison Dunphy
Kelvin Yu
as Gabriel Delgado
Bijou Phillips
as Camille Townsend
Val Lauren
as Dale O'Reilly
Walter S. Gaines
as Randall Barrett
Derrick Djou
as Ming-Hua Chi
Andrew Grant
as Model Scout
Bre Blair
as Chloe Ballantine
Shane Seggar
as Army Sgt. Gary O'Reilly
Tara Macken
as Sabrina James
Nicholas Masciangelo
as Trevor Wright
Ramon Bennett
as Head Bodyguard
Dezmond Gilla
as Pedro Fuentes
Viliami Fehoko
as Haka Leader
Barry Levy
as Bruce Hoffman
James Remar
as Elliott Connor
Larry Bialock
as Wealthy Patron
Matt Baker (III)
as Seth James
Debrah Farentino
as Elizabeth Roan
D.B. Sweeney
as Richard Davis
Thomas McCurdy
as Jovan Etienne
Brian Hite
as Driver
Kale Chang
as Big Lono
Paul Mitri
as Jeff Darby
Zero Kazama
as Nelson Lee
Kelvin Han Yee
as Chief of Police Mahaka
Swarup Tibby
as Security Officer
Michael Green
as Brenner's Attorney
Marcus Briggans
as K&R Agent
Tanoai Reed
as Levi Parker
Kimberly Hagi
as Dr. Susan Klesko
Hannah Cornett
as Gatekeeper
Cyrus Legg
as Jordan
Massimo Galluzzo
as Yegor Chubais
Michael W. Perry
as Host on TV
Oliver Krstic
as Brian Meachum
Allen Gumapac
as Diego Stone
Malia Mathis
as Brenner's Co-Counsel
Aaron Madriaga
as Young Officer
Nas
as Gordon Smith
Diane Ako
as Meredith Michaels
Ed Dearmore
as Tow Truck Driver
Theo Coumbis
as Travis Roan
Don Nahaku
as Phil Roberts
Sonya Seng
as Car Jack Lady
Dann Seki
as Doctor Teddy Oh
Wayne Duvall
as Donald Rutherford
Brooke Alexander
as Diana Meachum
Christopher McGahan
as Tourist Father
Deane P. Leong
as Chinese Madame
Edwin Bond
as The Mark
Nicole Fox
as Island Hottie
Cecilia Brown
as Lisa Roberts
Paul Eliopoulos
as Aaron Rockwell
Renee Nobriga
as Sandrine
Sylwia Kupiec
as Tourist Mother
Kevin Yamada
as Bailiff
Joe Bucaro III
as Collector
Jessie Graff
as Kim Rockwell
J. Philip Koontz
as Mr. Layton
Kristina Waiau
as Lindsey Roberts
Jon Sakata
as HPD Officer
Mimi Wisnosky
as Mrs. Layton
Michael Graue
as Tourist Son
Chris Gann
as Hostage Guard
Dion Donahue
as Homeless Man
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Critic Reviews for Hawaii Five-0 Season 1

All Critics (39) | Top Critics (17)

There was room for some contemporary improvement. With that mission accomplished, "Hawaii Five-0" just might be one remake with staying power.

Mar 25, 2019 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…

Hawaii Five-0 should be fun, not grim, and that's what Caan brings to the table... He gives the show an enormous lift, to the point where it would probably be unwatchable without him but borders on enjoyable, at times, in his presence.

Mar 25, 2019 | Full Review…
NPR
Top Critic

It's set in Hawaii. People chase each other a lot. McGarrett says, "Book 'im, Danno." And, aside from a few bars of the famous theme song, that's about all this overheated police show has in common with its famous predecessor.

Sep 20, 2010 | Full Review…

The story and the chemistry work, but periodically the action feels rushed.

Sep 20, 2010 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

The show feels enough like the original "Hawaii Five-0,'' which ran from 1968-80, to qualify as a respectful and affectionate remake of the material.

Sep 20, 2010 | Full Review…

All the requisite beauty shots, but the two leads steal the show. A winner.

Sep 20, 2010 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…
Top Critic

The pilot is directed by Len Wiseman and he handles the action scenes with aplomb, but like most cop shows, the heart of the action lies in the relationship between the partners and/or the team.

Mar 25, 2019 | Full Review…

The beautiful Hawaiian setting, coupled with the high energy, cool action and talented cast all add up to a show that delivers exactly what it promises.

Mar 25, 2019 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

I can't say this pilot was good enough to draw me back every single week, but it's a traditional show done well.

Mar 25, 2019 | Rating: 2.5/5 | Full Review…

Unlike its 1970s predecessor, this rendition of the crime fighting squad skews young, and features some of the most exciting action sequences on TV. It's fun, if even a bit over the top.

Mar 25, 2019 | Full Review…

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