CBS fiction will say goodbye in April with an individual two-hour chapter.
Everything comes to an end, and so will one of the most successful remakes in the history of television. In 2010, ‘Hawaii 5.0’ (or ‘Hawaii Five-0’) was released, a remake of the successful seventies series with the same name.
But the adventures of the beautiful island police command led by Steve McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) have had enough. The series will put an end to the broadcast of the last chapter of the tenth season. He will do it on April 3 with a two-hour episode that promises strong emotions.
In statements, Kelly Khal collected by TVLine, president of the robust network, dedicated a few words to television success.
“This show is practically every waking moment for the last ten years of my life,” O’Callin said. “I am McGreart for all these people. What we have done, what we have achieved is extraordinary. I truly express words to express my gratitude, Can’t. I’m glad it’s part of the story, and I’m going to miss it … and to the fans, I don’t know how to thank you
It is never easy to say goodbye to a successful franchise that has carried the legacy of the original with such distinction, setting a precedent in its style. Since episode 1, ‘Hawaii 5.0’ has been a great success for us.
Thanks to the incredible talents that form it. Producers, writers, cast, and crew have played a fundamental role in a decagon in our goal of becoming strong on Friday night. We cannot be more proud of the quality and longevity of the series and we are thankful to the inspiring passion of the fans.
“This show is practically every waking moment for the last 10 years of my life,” O’Callin said. “. What we have done, what we have achieved, is extra intelligent. I really want to express my level of gratitude Can’t express words to express. I’m glad I was part of this, part of the story, and I’m going to miss it.