Format Crime drama
Created by Leonard Freeman
Starring Jack Lord
Kam Fong Chun
Gilbert Lani Kauhi
Theme music composer Morton Stevens
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 12
"Malama Ka Aina"
The scene opens at a Kukui High School football game and Kona is getting into it. Danny brings Gracie to the game and the team introduce themselves to her. Gracie says that she wants Nachos and Danny takes her. Steve jokes and tells him to get some for him as well. They go to the stand and Danny sees two men with guns. He tells a woman that he is a police officer and that he needs her to watch his daughter for a moment. He follows them onto the field and calls Steve. The team jumps into action and they get down with Danny. When the man pulls the gun out, Danny shoots...
The scene opens with Roland Lowry, an Ex-NSA specialist, with a suitcase in a seat next to him that is to being taken to a secret meeting. However, Roland has his car crashed into by a white van. This causes the car to flip and turns it upside down. Several gunmen from the van kill Roland’s bodyguards and they kidnap him.
Chin Ho is on the scene and gets the cold shoulder treatment from a cop that was someone who he trained in the academy. Despite being kicked off the force for force for drug charges that were bogus.
Navy SEAL Steve McGarrett returns to his native Hawaii to investigate the murder of his father, John McGarrett, who was an officer in the Honolulu Police Department. He is enlisted by the Governor of Hawaii, a friend of his father's, to head a new task force with legal immunity to clean up the underworld of Oahu. In turn, McGarrett enlists Honolulu newcomer Danny Williams, a divorced detective who moved from New Jersey to be closer to his daughter; Chin Ho Kelly, a disgraced police officer and a protege of McGarrett's father who was wrongly accused of corruption; and Kona Kalakaua, Chin Ho's...
Is an American procedural crime drama television series and a re-imagining of the original 1968–1980 television series.
Hawaii Five-0 debuted on CBS, the same network that aired the original version. Like the original version, it follows an elite unit/task force set up to fight crime in the state of Hawaii.
The new version would be an updated present-day sequel, this time centering around Chris McGarrett, who succeeds his late father Steve (Jack Lord's character in the original series) as the head of the unit.