Hawaii Five-O

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Hawaii Five-0 is a contemporary take on the classic series about an elite federalized task force whose mission is to wipe out the crime that washes up on the islands' sun-drenched beaches. Detective Steve McGarrett, a decorated Naval officer turned... read more
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Hawaii Five-0 is a contemporary take on the classic series about an elite federalized task force whose mission is to wipe out the crime that washes up on the islands' sun-drenched beaches. Detective Steve McGarrett, a decorated Naval officer turned cop, returned to Oahu after Hawaii's former governor persuaded him to head up the new team: his rules, no red tape and full blanket authority to hunt down the biggest "game" in town. Joining McGarrett are Detective Danny "Danno" Williams, a relocated ex-New Jersey cop who is committed to keeping the islands safe for his children; Captain Lou Grover, who formerly headed Hawaii's SWAT unit; Jerry Ortega, the islands' local conspiracy theorist; and Tani Rey, a bold, recent police academy graduate. Helping them is Adam Noshimuri, a friend with old ties to a deadly crime family; Junior Reigns, a former SEAL who comes to McGarrett looking for a job; Kamekona, a local entrepreneur who has his pulse on the Island; Sgt. Duke Lukela, a trusted member of the HPD; and medical examiner Dr. Noelani Cunha. The state's brash Five-0 unit, who may spar and jest among themselves, remain determined to eliminate the seedy elements from the 50th state.

Original Release

09/20/1968 on CBS

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# Title Air Date
1 A Lion in the Streets Thursday, 04 October 1979
2 Who Says Cops Don't Cry? Thursday, 11 October 1979
3 Though the Heavens Fall Thursday, 18 October 1979
4 Sign of the Ram Thursday, 25 October 1979
5 Good Help Is Hard to Find Thursday, 01 November 1979
6 Image of Fear Thursday, 08 November 1979
7 Use a Gun, Go to Hell Thursday, 29 November 1979
8 Voice of Terror Tuesday, 04 December 1979
9 A Shallow Grave Tuesday, 11 December 1979
10 The Kahuna Tuesday, 18 December 1979
11 Labyrinth Tuesday, 25 December 1979
12 School for Assassins Tuesday, 01 January 1980
13 For Old Times Sake Tuesday, 08 January 1980
14 The Golden Noose Tuesday, 15 January 1980
15 The Flight of the Jewels Saturday, 01 March 1980
16 Clash of Shadows Saturday, 08 March 1980
17 A Bird in Hand... Saturday, 15 March 1980
18 The Moroville Covenant Saturday, 29 March 1980
19 Woe to Wo Fat Saturday, 05 April 1980
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Directors

Michael O'Herlihy, Charles S. Dubin, Paul Stanley, Paul Stanley, Allen Reisner, Richard Benedict, Don Weis, Bruce Bilson, Jack Lord, Herschel Daugherty, Douglas Green, Philip Leacock, Dennis Donnelly, Reza Badiyi, Ernest Pintoff, Abner Biberman, Alf Kjellin, Joseph Manduke, Ralph Levy, Barry Crane, Sutton Roley, John Peyser, Beau Vanden Ecker, Bob Sweeney, Robert L. Morrison, Nicholas Colasanto, Gordon Hessler, Jerry London, Ron Winston, Seymour Robbie, Anton Leader, Ron Satlof, Marvin J. Chomsky, Harry Harris, Harry F. Hogan, Corey Allen, Leo Penn, John Llewellyn Moxey, Jerry Jameson, Herbert Hirschman, Bernard McEveety, Robert Scheerer, Harry Harris, Alvin Ganzer, John Newland, Edward M. Abroms, Michael Caffey, Marc Daniels, Harvey S. Laidman, Murray Golden, Dick Moder, Irving J. Moore, Paul Krasny, Jack Whitman, Harry Falk, Ray Austin, Barry Shear, Noel Black, Robert Butler, David Friedkin, Jerry Thorpe, Jack Shea, Danny Arnold, Gene Nelson, Steven H. Stern, Steven Hilliard Stern, Paul Wendkos, Lawrence Dobkin, Robert Gist, Jack Shea

Writers

Leonard Freeman, Jerome Coopersmith, Bill Stratton, Robert Janes, Jerrold L. Ludwig, Eric Bercovici, Mel Goldberg, Alvin Sapinsley, John D.F. Black, Tim Maschler, Anthony Lawrence, Ken Pettus, Seeleg Lester, Robert C. Dennis, Norman Lessing, E. Arthur Kean, Orville H. Hampton, Meyer Dolinsky, Frank Telford, Walter Black, Bud Freeman, Glen Olson, Rod Baker, Herman Groves, Bud Freeman, Samuel Roeca, Anne Collins, Charles Larson, Arthur Bernard Lewis, Stephen Kandel, James Menzies, Palmer Thompson, Gerry Day, Irv Pearlberg, Richard DeLong Adams, Mark Rodgers, Paul Playdon, Abram S. Ginnes, Jack Turley, Larry Brody, Sam Neuman, Martin Roth, Al Martinez, Robert Hamner, Carey Wilber, Gilbert Ralston, Norman Hudis, William Robert Yates, Laurence Heath, Jay Roberts, Don Balluck, William Bast, George F. Slavin, Adrian Spies, Will Lorin, David P. Harmon, Al Martinez, Robert Stambler, John Furia, Robert I. Holt, Paul Harber, Preston Wood, Leonard Stadd, Bob Mitchell, Benjamin Masselink, Sy Salkowitz, Ken Kolb, Michael Janover, John Melson, Joseph Than, Albert Aley, Edwin Blum, Richard De Roy, Curtis Kenyon, Esther Mitchell, Sasha Gilien, James Schmerer, James L. Henderson, Diana Kopald Marcus, Arlene Stadd, Tony Palmiero, Jacqueline Lynch, Tom Philbin, Bennett Foster, Jimmy Lydon, Jack Epps Jr., Jerome Ross, Edward J. Lakso, Ed Adamson, Elick Moll, Robert Schlitt, James D. Buchanan, Ronald Austin, Lionel E. Siegel, Leonard B. Kaufman, Larry Forrester, David Deutsch, Harold Swanton, Shirl Hendryx, Jackson Gillis, Douglas Green, John Kneubuhl, Robert Lewin, Dick Nelson, Paul Williams, Robert Pirosh, Ruby D. Litteer, Dean Tait, James Breig, Susan Wakeford, Shelly Mitchell, Sheldon Wile, Andy House

Creators

Leonard Freeman

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Producers

Editors

Jack Gleason, Ira Heymann, Fred A. Chulack, Arthur Hilton, Howard A. Smith, Tom Stevens, Robert L. Wolfe, Richard G. Haines, Charles L. Freeman, Bruce Schoengarth, Ray Daniels, Walter Hannemann, George Grenville, Jack Denton, Jack Dodson, Greg Wong, Frank Capacchione, Lloyd Nelson, Patrick M. Ryan

1976 Emmy Outstanding Lead Actress for a Single Appearance in a Drama or Comedy Series Nominated
1974 Emmy Best Music Composition - For a Series, a Single Program of a Series Won
1974 Emmy Best Music Composition - For a Series, a Single Program of a Series Nominated
1974 Emmy Best Music Composition - For a Series, a Single Program of a Series Nominated
1974 Emmy Best Cinematography for Entertainment Programming - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series Nominated
1973 Emmy Outstanding Drama Series - Continuing Nominated
1972 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography for Entertainment Programming - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series Nominated
1971 Emmy Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Drama - A Single Program of a Series with Continuing Characters and/or Theme Nominated
1971 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Film Editing for Entertainment Programming - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series Nominated
1970 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition - For a Series or a Single Program of a Series (In Its First Year Only) Won
1969 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Musical Composition Nominated
1969 Emmy Outstanding Achievement in Cinematography Nominated
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