Hawaii Five-0 (season 1)

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Hawaii Five-0 (season 1)
HawaiiFive0-2010 S1.jpg
Region 1 DVD artwork
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 24
Broadcast
Original channel CBS
Original run September 20, 2010 (2010-09-20) – May 16, 2011 (2011-05-16)
Home video release
DVD release
Region 1 September 20, 2011 (2011-09-20)
Region 2 September 26, 2011 (2011-09-26)
Region 4 December 1, 2011 (2011-12-01)
Blu-ray Disc release
Region A September 20, 2011 (2011-09-20)
Region B September 26, 2011 (2011-09-26)
Season chronology
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Season 2
List of Hawaii Five-0 episodes

The first season of the CBS crime drama series Hawaii Five-0 premiered on September 20, 2010, and concluded on May 16, 2011. It consisted of 24 episodes. The series was developed by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Peter M. Lenkov based upon the original series created by Leonard Freeman, which premiered exactly 42 years earlier. The series centers on the "Five-0", a specialized task force established by the Hawaiian Governor that investigates a wide series crimes on the islands, including murder, terrorism and human trafficking.

Hawaii Five-0 received generally positive reviews from critics and became one of CBS' top rated programs. It has been renewed for a second season, which premiered on September 19, 2011.[1]

Cast and characters[edit]

Main cast[edit]

Recurring[edit]

Notable guest stars[edit]

Episodes[edit]

The number in the "No. in series" column refers to the episode's number within the overall series, whereas the number in the "No. in season" column refers to the episode's number within this particular season. The titles of the episode are in the Hawaiian language, though its English translations are directly underneath in non-bold text. "U.S. viewers (millions)" refers to the number of viewers in the USA in millions who watched the episode as it was aired.

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1 1 "Pilot" Len Wiseman Story by: Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci & Peter M. Lenkov
Teleplay by: Peter M. Lenkov
September 20, 2010 (2010-09-20) 101 14.20[2]
U.S. Navy SEAL Steve McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) returns to his native Hawaii to find Victor Hesse (James Marsters), a terrorist who murdered McGarrett's father, John McGarrett, a retired officer from the Honolulu Police Department (HPD). He is enlisted by Hawaiian Governor Pat Jameson (Jean Smart) to head a new task force with legal immunity to clean up the underworld of Oʻahu. In turn, McGarrett enlists Honolulu newcomer Danny Williams (Scott Caan), a divorced detective who moved from New Jersey to be closer to his daughter; Chin Ho Kelly (Daniel Dae Kim), a disgraced police officer and a protege of McGarrett's father who was wrongly accused of corruption; and Kono Kalakaua (Grace Park), Chin Ho's cousin, a former surfer and soon-to-be Police Academy graduate. Together they discover a link between Hesse and a Chinese human trafficking ring with a mole in HPD. After threatening to deport the family of the ring leader. Sang Min (Will Yun Lee), to Rwanda, McGarrett is given the location where Hesse is: a freighter heading to China. McGarrett and Danny storm the freighter and dispatches several of Hesse's guards. McGarrett confronts Hesse and after a fight, McGarrett shoots Hesse, who falls to the sea. However, by the next episode it is revealed the Coast Guard have yet to find his body.
2 2 "ʻOhana"
"Family"
Brad Turner Sarah Goldfinger & Paul Zbyszewski September 27, 2010 (2010-09-27) 103 12.72[3]
A National Security Agency cyberterrorism expert Roland Lowery (Scott Cohen) is kidnapped by a Serbian gang. While Kono Kalakaua is tasked with looking after Lowery's son Evan, the rest of the team discover Lowery was working on a "skeleton key", a computer program that would allow the user to hack into anything. Soon, Kono and Evan are kidnapped by the same gang led by Drago Zankovic (Peter Stormare). The rest of the team realize the gang is using the program to shut down the island's radar, allowing a plane to smuggle through. Zankovic intends to sell the program to the occupants of the plane. Before the deal is made, McGarrett's team storm the warehouse and arrest Zankovic. In the end, the team celebrate Kono's Police Academy graduation.
3 3 "Malama Ka ʻAina"
"Respect the Land"
Paul Edwards Carol Barbee & Kyle Harimoto October 4, 2010 (2010-10-04) 102 12.24[4]
The team fall witness to a shooting between Triad and Samoan gangs during a high school football game, what they were watching, and during the game, Danny introduces Grace to the team. Chin Ho chases a suspect, only to find it is Sid (Sidney Liufau), his cousin, who later reveals himself to be working undercover in a gang unit. Sid refuses to have anything to do with Chin Ho because of his past with the HPD. McGarrett and Danny discover that Frank Salvo (James Russo), a Mafia boss from New Jersey, is meeting with the head of the Samoan gang, after which there could be a full blown gang war. The team manage to stop the meeting. Meanwhile, Danny fights to keep shared custody of his daughter Grace following the gang shooting, as she was present; his ex-wife ultimately drops the case. In the end, the team decides to name themselves "Five-0", after McGarrett's high school football jersey number.
4 4 "Lanakila"
"Victory"
Alex Zakrzewski Peter M. Lenkov & Alex Kurtzman & Roberto Orci October 11, 2010 (2010-10-11) 105 10.69[5]
Five-0 are tasked to find Walton Dawkins (Balthazar Getty) a convict who broke out of prison. They later find he is targeting a couple, who recently won a million dollars and free trip to Hawaii on a game show. Dawkins kidnaps the boyfriend, Craig Ellers (Kenneth Mitchell), who is revealed to be Dawkins' former partner in crime. The two previously robbed five million dollars before Ellers placed it in a bank while Dawkins goes to prison. McGarrett and Chin Ho arrive at the bank and chase Dawkins, first by road, then by helicopter, where Dawkins' crash lands through lack of fuel. McGarrett catches up with Dawkins and kills him in the ensuing shootout. Meanwhile, McGarrett looks after his sister Mary, (Taryn Manning) who has had problems with the law in the past, when she comes to visit. Danny has a knee injury, which he jokingly blames on McGarrett's unorthodox tactics for getting the job done.
5 5 "Nalowale"
"Forgotten/Missing"
Brad Turner J. R. Orci & David Wolkove October 18, 2010 (2010-10-18) 104 10.94[6]
Amanda Reeves, the adult daughter of U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines Michael Reeves, is found drowned. Governor Jameson takes a personal pledge to find those responsible, and enlists Five-0. Over the course of the investigation, they learn Amanda's sister Robyn is still alive and was last found in a nightclub. McGarrett and Danny discover somebody drugged both sisters and sold them to a sex trafficking ring. The Five-0 team storms the operation, but they find that Robyn is not there. They learn from the head of the operation that they were ordered to kidnap the sisters from a Filipino terrorist organization, headed by Carlos Bagoyo (Patrick Gallagher), who is using the ransom demand to get to Reeves and log into a database. Five-0 storms the warehouse after confirming Robyn is present, and McGarrett subdues Bagoyo. Meanwhile, Mary finds her father's tool box that he left for her brother to solve a crime, and starts investigating herself. This episode introduces quirky medical examiner Max Bergman (Masi Oka).
6 6 "Koʻolauloa"
"North Shore of Oʻahu"
Matt Earl Beesley Carol Barbee & Kyle Harimoto October 25, 2010 (2010-10-25) 106 10.23[7]
Ian Adams (Mark Cunningham), the head of Kono's former pro surfing team, Coral Prince, is shot in front of a large crowd. McGarrett suggests Kono sit out the case, but she is determined to find the killer and talks with old friend Ben Bass (Joshua Dallas), the son of Carlton Bass (Kevin Sorbo) who was Adams' business partner. She learns that he founded a surf village located near the beach where Adams was killed, but also learns that gangsters are trying to get them to leave. The rest of the team determine that Adams was targeted and killed by a sniper from a hill overlooking the beach. Realizing Ben owns a rifle, they also learn that according to Adams' will, Ben will become his beneficiary, and hence is a prime suspect. However, it is later revealed that it was Carlton who organized Adams' death and is arrested.
7 7 "Hoʻapono"
"Accept"
James Whitmore, Jr. Peter M. Lenkov & Jim Galasso November 1, 2010 (2010-11-01) 107 10.86[8]
The episode opens with ex-Navy SEAL Graham Wilson (Adam Beach) being pursued by the HPD, fleeing the scene of his wife's murder, and taking a group of tourists hostage aboard the USS Missouri in Pearl Harbor. He claims to be innocent and uses the hostages as leverage to force the authorities to find the real killer, allowing them four hours to do so. Governor Jameson's assistant Laura Hills (Kelly Hu) assigns the case to Five-0. McGarrett sneaks aboard the Missouri alone while the rest of the team try to piece together what actually happened at the crime scene. The team discovers that Wilson was prescribed antipsychotic medication that he had stopped taking, and as a result is suffering from blackouts during which he may have killed his wife without realizing it. On-board Missouri, McGarrett's plan is assisted by Ed McKay (Robert Loggia), a retired sailor who had served with McGarrett's grandfather on the USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor. After Wilson's daughter is kidnapped, it seems apparent he was framed, and team shifts priority to recovering the girl. It turns out that Wilson's wife was Russian and prior to marrying Wilson, she was married to a ruthless Russian businessman who Wilson thought was dead, and who was the actual killer and is now trying to smuggle the girl out of Hawaii. McGarrett prevents HPD SWAT from killing Wilson, and although he's cleared for his wife's murder, he still faces charges for the hostage-taking.
8 8 "Manaʻo"
"Belief"
Matt Earl Beesley Paul Zbyszewski & Jim Galasso November 8, 2010 (2010-11-08) 108 10.23[9]
Danny is shocked to discover his former HPD partner, Meka Hanamoa, is found dead at a ʻau. Furthermore he learns HPD is not investigating who murdered him because Internal Affairs is investigating Hanamoa for possible police corruption, led by the same man who investigated Chin Ho. Danny's attempts to clear Meka's name only appears to incriminate the dead officer further. Hanamoa's most recent partner Kaleo (Jason Scott Lee) works with Five-0 and find Hanamoa may have worked with the Ochoa cartel, led by Emilio Ochoa (Christian George). Although they plan to capture him alive, Kaleo kills him, claiming he was defending himself. However, McGarrett remembers that Sang Min had a mole in HPD who identified Kono as a cop in "Pilot", so they ask Sang Min to identify the mole. He identifies Kaleo as the corrupt detective, who set up his partner. Danny attacks Kaleo before McGarrett breaks them up. Now cleared, Hanamoa is given a funeral with full honors.
9 9 "Poʻipu"
"The Siege"
Brad Turner Story by: Peter M. Lenkov & Shane Salerno
Teleplay by: Shane Salerno
November 15, 2010 (2010-11-15) 109 10.34[10]
When a security detail member is found murdered in a hotel room, Five-0 discovers he was assigned to protect General Pak (Ric Young), a mass-murdering military general from Sandimar, who is due at the upcoming Oʻahu Foreign Aid Summit. Working with an old SEAL buddy Nick Taylor (Max Martini), McGarrett and the team discover the murderer is Erica Raines (Emmanuelle Vaugier), a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) assassin. When the team confronts her, she attempts to flee but gets hit by a bus and dies. When Pak and his family arrive in Hawaii, Five-0 learns that Raines was working with Taylor to kill Pak. The team takes refuge in McGarrett's house, where Pak reveals he is there to seek political asylum and confess his crimes. Taylor arrives to assault the house, and in a final showdown McGarrett is forced to shoot him to death.
10 10 "Heihei"
"Race"
Elodie Keene Sarah Goldfinger November 22, 2010 (2010-11-22) 110 12.34[11]
In Waikiki, four masked assailants in white coats robs an armored car shooting all three guards, killing two of them, in broad daylight. Five-0 quickly recover the van, as well as the money, leaving them confused but realizes the gang is likely to strike a bigger target during a triathlon event, which is being held for the next day. Furthermore, the robbers are athletes taking part in the event and are living next door to Danny's ex-wife Rachel (Claire van der Boom). Following a stakeout, Danny finds out they are to rob a diamond store. As they split up in the escape, Five-0 follow suit and each member takes down a robber.
11 11 "Palekaiko"
"Paradise"
Frederick E. O. Toye David Wolkove & J. R. Orci December 6, 2010 (2010-12-06) 111 10.51[12]
Five-0 investigate when 26-year-old Erica Harris (Peyton List) is found by two hunters asking for help, not knowing what she was running from. Erica is on her honeymoon with her husband, Jake Harris. Her mother-in-law suspects her of being involved, having possibly only married Jake for his money and that she is $100,000 in debt. After Jake is found strangled to death in their hotel room, Max Bergman discovers a series of related murders in French Polynesia in December 2009 where three couples were targeted; the husband was strangled, while the wife's body would be found mutilated later. Five-0 find the women had a similar appearance to Erica, and they find the face of the killer, Bradford Matinski (Rhys Coiro), in the pictures from each couple. He was engaged to a woman who called off the wedding; Five-0 believe he later killed her. After he escapes from his cruise ship, Danny finds his next target. He kidnaps the wife and after a car chase, Matinsky threatens to kill the woman. McGarrett shoots him in the shoulder, and he falls off a cliff. Meanwhile, McGarrett reveals to Chin Ho about the Champion Spark Plugs tool box left to him be his father after he died, showing pictures and files about Yakuza activity. There are also a set of unexplained numbers. Chin Ho does some digging and reveals the numbers were a case file that mysteriously disappeared, involving McGarrett's mother's death, which is believed to be murder.
12 12 "Hana ʻaʻa Makehewa"
"Desperate Measures"
Chris Fisher Story by: Peter M. Lenkov
Teleplay by: Carol Barbee & Kyle Harimoto
December 13, 2010 (2010-12-13) 112 10.91[13]
A weapons dealer wanted by Interpol is found dead after washing up on shore. Surveillance shows the victim walking with Victor Hesse, the man who killed McGarrett's father and survived from the events on "Pilot". He visited a doctor whom he later kills after having the bullets removed from his torso, and has since been off the grid for four months. To track him down, Five-0 reluctantly enlist the help of Sang Min, the human trafficker arrested from the pilot. When they arrive at the bar, Sang Min betrays them and helps Hesse escape. Chin Ho tracks them to a ship, but is knocked out and awakens the next morning with a bomb attached to his neck. Hesse demands $10 million in exchange for his life, but Governor Jameson refuses to negotiate. Chin Ho, however, knows that HPD has over $28 million from a drug bust three years previously until $200,000 ended up missing, resulting in Chin Ho's corruption charges. Five-0 break into the vault and "borrow" the money they need. When they meet however, Hesse burns it. Kono shoots him, and McGarrett coerces him to deactivate the bomb. In the end, as Five-0 celebrate Christmas, Hesse is seen meeting with Wo Fat (Mark Dacascos) in prison, who wants to know how much McGarrett knows about his father's case.
13 13 "Ke Kinohi"
"The Beginning"
Brad Turner Story by: Peter M. Lenkov
Teleplay by: Nicole Ranadive
January 3, 2011 (2011-01-03) 113 11.00[14]
McGarrett awakens to three masked men breaking into the house and stealing the spark plug box containing the investigation to his mother's murder. Furthermore, Mary is kidnapped for her own investigation. She calls McGarrett from the trunk of a car; Five-0 track the car and rescue her. The two hostiles they killed are members of the Yakuza. Despite that the box is still missing, Mary previously took pictures of every item in the box. They later storm a gambling den and find the third assailant. Knowing he will not talk, the team search his phone history and realize he called Hiro Noshimuri (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa), believed to be involved in not only the kidnapping but McGarrett's mother's death. However, he is also connected to Governor Jameson. She warns him that if he is to put Noshimuru away, they must find solid evidence, or she will not protect McGarrett. After finding the missing box, McGarrett manages to tie Hiro Noshimuru to Mary's kidnapping, but not his mother's death. Hiro is playing golf with his brother and Wo Fat when McGarrett arrests him. In the end, McGarrett hears that Hiro Noshimuri's brother, whom McGarrett believes to be responsible for his mother's death, has been killed in a car accident.
14 14 "He Kane Hewaʻole"
"An Innocent Man"
Chris Fisher Peter M. Lenkov & Paul Zbyszewski January 17, 2011 (2011-01-17) 114 10.83[15]
Chin Ho and Kono join HPD in a car chase, which ends with the car crashing and killing the driver. Five-0 find a severed head in a cardboard box. After finding out the driver's family are illegal immigrants from China, McGarrett tries to clear him, but Danny does not resort to the same courtesy. The team find the identity of the man as a thyroid cancer patient under Chin Ho's former fiancée Malia (Reiko Aylesworth). Later, they discover the victim's wife is missing. The woman's father, a businessman, is given a call to deliver five million dollars to a specified location in exchange for his daughter's safety. Things go awry when McGarrett and Danny kill the suspect who takes the money. However, it is later determined the wife was part of the plan to use the money and runaway with the suspect, who was her secret lover, to Paris; Five-0 arrests her. In the end McGarrett informs the driver's father (Tzi Ma) that Governor Jameson has fast-tracked his family for American citizenship.
15 15 "Kai eʻe"
"Tidal Wave"
Duane Clark Melissa Glenn & Jessica Rieder January 23, 2011 (2011-01-23) 115 19.34[16]
The population of Hawaii are forced to evacuate the coast in the wake of a tsunami threat. Five-0 investigate the disappearance of Dr. Norman Russell (John Sullivan), the head of the Tsunami Warning Center. McGarrett later realizes that the approaching tsunami does not exist; Russell was kidnapped to transmit the false data. After they rescue him, Five-0 discover that Sam Hale (Brian Goodman), a United States Coast Guard Commander, orchestrated the plot to break into the empty precinct where the $28 million (first mentioned in "Hana ʻaʻa Makehewa") is held. Knowing their theft of the $10 million to save Chin Ho will be exposed, the team intervenes, and arrests Hale and finding the money in a sandbag. Five-0 decide to confess their previous theft to Governor Jameson, however McGarrett is somewhat disturbed to learn that all $28 million were recovered.
16 16 "E Malama"
"To Protect"
Brad Turner Story by: Carol Barbee
Teleplay by: Kyle Harimoto & Shane Salerno
February 7, 2011 (2011-02-07) 116 11.01[17]
Five-0 are tasked to find Julie Masters (Mariana Klaveno), the key witness against drug cartel leader Aaron Brenner (Robert Prescott). She disappears after Brenner sends two assassins after her. McGarrett and Chin Ho journey through the vast forests to find her. When Chin Ho finds her, they find there is also a third assassin after her, and a "cleaner". McGarrett and Chin Ho safely escort Julie to the courthouse after subduing or killing the three assassins. After viewing security footage, Kono discovers that the "cleaner" is one of Brenner's defense lawyers, and subdues her. Meanwhile, Danny hears that two assailants carjacked his ex-wife's car. Because Grace was present, he becomes fixated on solving the case. After confronting Stan (Mark Deklin), Rachel's current husband, he realizes Stan has possession of tapes incriminating housing commissioner Bruce Hoffman (Barry Levi) of corruption. Williams threatens Hoffman to back off or he will expose the tapes to the press.
17 17 "Powa Maka Moana"
"Pirate"
Brad Turner Joe Halpin February 14, 2011 (2011-02-14) 117 10.73[18]
Twelve college students on a catamaran during spring break are kidnapped by a gang of pirates. As Five-0 lead a search to find the hostages, the pirates make ransom demands of $20 million for each hostage to their wealthy parents. The team storm a house believed to be where the hostages are kept, but instead find a pirate stronghold who were not involved in the kidnapping. After the parents of one of the hostages pay the pirates $400,000 as down payment, their son is found murdered. Afterwards the kidnappers demand that Susan (Vanessa Minillo), a crew member of the catamaran who evaded the pirates, deliver the money to them. McGarrett gives in, but realizes Susan was involved. Inside the bag instead of the money, the kidnappers and Susan find stun grenades which go off. The hostages are rescued. When asked how he realized Susan was involved, McGarrett states the leader told him Susan by name after seeing her from a newspaper report, however her name was never published.
18 18 "Loa Aloha"
"The Long Goodbye"
Eric Laneuville Paul Zbyszewski & Mike Schaub February 21, 2011 (2011-02-21) 118 10.45[19]
The children of two state judges are killed, one by having the rope cut off while zip-lining, the second in a car bombing. The team learns an unknown man called the judges prior to their deaths. After researching cases both judges were working on, Five-0 believe the murderer is Travis Roan (Theo Coumbis); both judges prosecuted his 20-year old son for DUI, who was later killed in prison. Having not seen his son since he was 13, Roan vows revenge, but the team prevent him from killing the son of a lawyer involved in the case. Meanwhile, Danny's younger brother Matthew (Dane Cook) comes to Hawaii. He later learns that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) suspect him for fraud. Danny reluctantly tips off his brother. However, as Matthew leaves the Island, Danny realizes he was wanted for laundering money to a drug cartel.
19 19 "Ne Meʻe Laua Na Paio"
"Heroes and Villains"
Matt Earl Beesley J. R. Orci & David Wolkove March 21, 2011 (2011-03-21) 119 10.01[20]
Alex Baker, dressed as superhero Captain Fallout during a science fiction convention, falls to his death from a high hotel floor. After following leads in the investigation, Five-0 ultimately learn that Baker was drunk and went to the wrong room, that was just above his room, and the room's owner was in possession of a memory card containing footage of a young woman who disappeared (and was murdered) in late 2008, who had been having an affair with her boss, Richard Davies (D. B. Sweeney). Davies' wife killed her, and later hired a thug to retrieve the card, which caused Baker's death when the thug had mistaken Baker for the real thief. Meanwhile, McGarrett teams up with CIA analyst Jenna Kaye (Larisa Oleynik), who is running her own investigation without the CIA's backing, regarding the deaths of his parents. Wo Fat is the head of the Yakuza who arranged the murders. In the end, Wo Fat meets with McGarrett; Wo Fat warns McGarrett not to dig into his parents' past.
20 20 "Ma Ke Kahakai"
"Shore"
Larry Teng Elwood Reid April 11, 2011 (2011-04-11) 120 9.54[21]
While hiking in the Koʻolau Range, McGarrett and Danny find a dead body with a gunshot wound. McGarrett falls and breaks an arm while examining him. Later, the team find the body matches 53-year-old fisherman Jack Leung. It is revealed that Leung took a second job at an air strip, where he came across plans for Donald Rutheford (Wayne Duvall) to help his son leave the country after he is wanted for murder, and was killed for it. The team arrest both Rutherfords after the son is picked up from Hong Kong. Meanwhile, Chin Ho and Kono visit their ailing Aunt Mele. Chin Ho is later forced to admit that it was their uncle who stole the $200,000 for a kidney from the black market to save Auntie Mele, and Chin Ho got the heat for the theft. In the end, they learn Mele had died.
21 21 "Hoʻopaʻi"
"Revenge"
Duane Clark Story by: Shane Salerno & Peter M. Lenkov
Teleplay by: Shane Salerno
April 18, 2011 (2011-04-18) 121 11.44[22]
NYPD detective Reggie Cole (Sean Combs) has been undercover for the FBI working for a New York crime boss Jimmy Cannon (Keith David) for two years. The boss's trip to Hawaii also allows for Reggie to briefly drop in on his wife and young son. One night, two gunmen attack his home, kill his wife and seriously wound him. Though warned by the FBI not to pursue Cannon, Five-0 continue anyway. Later, Cole escapes from hospital on a mission for revenge. Five-0 find a body who matches one of the gunmen. Realizing Cole is tracking the investigation, the team later catch up to him, where he announces a surprising development in the case: Cannon did not order his wife's death. After Cole is cleared for the first gunman's death, he and McGarrett find the second, who confesses it was Cannon's son Richard who ordered the hit; Richard is later arrested. Cole is then allowed to continue the investigation in taking down Cannon.
22 22 "Hoʻohuli Naʻau"
"Close to Heart"
Brad Turner Story by: Peter M. Lenkov
Teleplay by: Kyle Harimoto
May 2, 2011 (2011-05-02) 122 9.83[23]
A flamboyant world-renowned photographer, Renny Sinclair (Rick Springfield), is shooting swimsuit models, one of which he was planning a new life with after finding out she is pregnant with his child, when he returns to his trailer, which then explodes. Five-0 discover a connection to Sinclair and Derek Marcum, a betting shop owner who loaned Sinclair almost $291,570. It is later revealed that this amount of money is equal to the Department of Agriculture's estimated cost of raising a child to age 18. Sinclair has a daughter from a previous relationship, who also happens to be an assistant of his. She blames Sinclair for not caring about her, though she was not aware of the money he was going to give her. Chin Ho is called by Internal Affairs to testify against his uncle (Sab Shimono) after he confesses that it was he and not Chin Ho, who stole the money in the corruption case. Chin Ho responds by "confessing" he took the money, but never spent it. He is ordered to pay it back, but since he was bluffing, Chin Ho goes to Marcum for a loan.
23 23 "Ua Hiki Mai Kapalena Pau"
"Until the End is Near"
Steve Boyum Story by: Peter M. Lenkov
Teleplay by: David Wolkove
May 9, 2011 (2011-05-09) 123 9.45[24]
Five-0 and Jenna Kaye close in on Wo Fat's whereabouts, but find Sang Min instead. Min evades the team during a chase, during which Danny spots a dead man in an apartment, and later becomes incapacitated after making contact with him. Danny is infected with sarin nerve gas. While he recovers, the team's search for Wo Fat is on hold until they solve the sarin case. At first Kono finds that a Russian terrorist with connections to sarin is in the island. He dies accidentally exposing himself to sarin while Five-0 give chase to him, but they find the canisters in his car are all empty and were made by a company owned by Jeff Fallon (Steve Landis), who lives in the same house in which the first victim was found. Eventually, it turns out the culprit was Fallon's secretary, with whom he had an affair, and wanted to make it seem like a terrorist attack to divert the authorities and get away with the murder. Meanwhile, IA reveals the money Chin Ho paid back was not from the $28 million dollars, and they would arrest his uncle. Danny seems to reconnect to his ex-wife. When Danny returns Sang Min shows up and gives himself up. He wants protection because Wo Fat wants him dead.
24 24 "Oiaʻiʻo"
"Trust"
Brad Turner Peter M. Lenkov & Paul Zbyszewski May 16, 2011 (2011-05-16) 124 10.41[25]
Chin Ho turns down HPD's offer to rejoin the force. On his way out, he finds two officers bringing in the burnt money Hesse burned in "Hana ʻaʻa Makehewa". Danny and Rachel rekindle their relationship and plan to return to New Jersey together. Meanwhile Laura Hills is killed by a car bomb. McGarrett and Danny examine her home to find she was the one who sent McGarrett clues to the spark plug box. They also find a key McGarrett believes opens a desk in Governor Jameson's mansion, but also several fingerprints leading to McGarrett, indicating he is being framed. They bring in a suspect who can testify against Wo Fat, only he is killed when his transport is hit, leading McGarrett to believe Jameson is involved. He breaks into the mansion to find evidence that she knew Hills was sending McGarrett the information. When he returns to Five-0, HPD arrive to arrest him for Hills' murder. He escapes and asks informant Kamekona (Teila Tuli) for arms. McGarrett proceeds to break into the mansion again and force Jameson to confess to Hills' murder, only to be tasered by Wo Fat, who takes his gun and kills Jameson before police and Chin Ho, who has regained his position because Five-0 has effectively been disbanded, arrive to arrest McGarrett. Kono is also arrested for stealing the $10 million from the forfiture locker.

Production[edit]

The first season was executive produced by the three co-creators Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Peter M. Lenkov with the latter serving as head writer and day-to-day showrunner. Len Wiseman also executive produced the pilot episode, which he directed. Brad Turner, Sarah Goldfinger, J. R. Orci, Elwood Reid and Paul Zbyszewski all served as co-executive producers along with Carol Barbee and Shane Salerno, who were consulting producers. The season's twenty-four episodes were directed by thirteen different directors. Brad Turner accumulated the most credits with eight episodes, including the season finale. Matt Earl Beesley directed three episodes while Duane Clark and Chris Fisher directed two each. The remaining eight episodes were directed by Paul Edwards, Alex Zakrzewski, James Whitmore, Jr., Elodie Keene, Frederick E. O. Toye, Eric Laneuville, Larry Teng and Steve Boyum.[26]

CBS initially announced that a pilot for a possible Hawaii Five-O reboot had been ordered into production on February 18, 2010.[27] Len Wiseman was announced as the director a few days later.[28] Based on the strength of the pilot, the network ordered Hawaii Five-0 to series on May 19, 2010.[29] The pilot episode was originally released as an advance screening at Queen's Surf Beach in Waikiki on September 13, 2010.[30] One week later, the season began airing on television on September 20, in the 10 pm (ET) timeslot on Mondays,[31] on the 42nd anniversary the original show premiered.[30] After five episodes aired, CBS gave the show a full season order on October 21.[32] The fifteenth episode, "Kai eʻe", aired as a special episode following an AFC Championship Game on Sunday, January 23, 2011.[33] The season finale, "Oiaʻiʻo", aired on May 16, 2011 at the same Monday timeslot.[34] One day prior, on May 15, CBS announced that the show would be renewed for a second season.[35]

Reception[edit]

Ratings[edit]

The season premiered with 14.2 million viewers and a 3.9/11 ratings share among adults 18-49.[2] Although the show was a highly rated new show, ratings were down from the eighth season premiere CSI: Miami, which occupied the same time slot the previous year.[36] Ratings hit an all-time high with its fifteenth episode, "Kai eʻe", which was watched by 19.34 million viewers and garnered a 5.6 ratings share with adults 18-49.[37] A ratings low came with the penultimate episode, "Ua Hiki Mai Kapalena Pau", which earned 9.45 million viewers.[24] The finale jumped by almost a million viewers and was seen by 10.41 million people.[25] The season included the second largest gains in Digital video recorder (DVR) viewership from the 2010–11 season, behind Modern Family. It gained an average of 3.3 million more from live viewing.[38] For the first season, Hawaii Five-0 was the 22nd most seen show in total viewership, averaging 11.96 million viewers.[39] It was also the 33rd most seen show in the 18-49 demographic, with a 3.3 rating.[40]

Critical reception[edit]

The season was met with generally positive reviews from critics. R. L. Shaffer of IGN rated the season eight out of ten, signifying a "great" season. Shaffer stated that although it was not "particularly refreshing," the season was "damn good, with great cinematography, solid performances and slick, stylized action and drama."[83] Dave Trumbore of Collider stated "The new Five-O plays like an action-packed combination of The A-Team's antics with the realism of The Shield. Though season one doesn't choose to go nearly as dark as many episodes of The Shield did, Alex O’Loughlin brings his physical presence and stunt training from that series into Five-O." Trumbore was also receptive towards the action sequences, which he felt was "one main sell of the show."[84] Stuart Galbraith of DVD Talk had "many criticisms" with the season, but liked some aspects of the show because "clearly there's an attempt to draw from the best elements of the original series."[85]

Awards and nominations[edit]

The first season was nominated for seven awards, two of which were won. The season was voted "Favourite New TV Drama" at the 37th People's Choice Awards.[86] Keith Power and Brian Tyler also won the series a Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) award.[87] Scott Cann was nominated for a 68th Golden Globe Awards for Best Supporting Actor – Series, Miniseries or Television Film;[88] Glee actor Chris Colfer became the winner of the award.[89] Series stunt coordinator Jeff David Cadiente was nominated for a 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Stunt Coordination in the episode "Ua Hiki Mai Kapalena Pau", but lost to cable crime drama Southland.[90] The first season was also nominated for three 2011 Teen Choice Awards; the season for Choice TV Show: Action, Daniel Dae Kim for Choice TV Actor: Action, and Grace Park for Choice TV Actress: Action.[91] They lost to NCIS: Los Angeles, Nikita actor Shane West, and NCIS: Los Angeles actress Linda Hunt, respectively.[92]

Home video release[edit]

The DVD box set of the first season was first released by CBS DVD and Paramount Home Entertainment in the United States (Region 1) on September 20, 2011,[93] the United Kingdom (Region 2) on September 26, 2011,[94] and Australia (Region 4) on December 1, 2011.[95] The season was also released on Blu-ray disc in the US and UK on the same day as their DVD counterparts.[85][94] The season box set consists of six discs, featuring all 24 episodes as well as bonus material including behind the scenes footage, deleted scenes, and audio commentaries on two episodes.[93]

Hawaii Five-0: The First Season
Set details[83][85] Special features[85]
  • 24 episodes
  • 6-disc set
  • 1.78:1 aspect ratio
  • Languages:
    • English (Dolby Digital 5.1, with subtitles)
    • Subtitles in French, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Finnish, Swedish, Danish, and Norwegian
  • Audio commentaries on "Pilot" and "E Malama"
  • Shore Lines: The Story of Season 1
  • Grace Park's Hawaiian Tour
  • Legacy (comparing both series)
  • Picture Perfect: The Making of the Pilot
  • Re-scoring the Theme Song
  • Inside Comic-Con
  • Inside the Box
  • Deleted scenes
  • Gag reel
  • CBS launch promos
Release Dates
Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
September 20, 2011 September 26, 2011 December 1, 2011

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