(new) Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

the new Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

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Will Arnim Zola play a role on the second season of Agent Carter? — Helga
Despite teasing the Winter Soldier program at the end of season 1, the plan is to go in a different direction. “At this point, we’re telling a new story,” EP Tara Butters says. As for the new threats in season 2: “People who are fans of the Marvel comic book universe will recognize our villain and there’s more than one villain,” EP Michelle Fazekas adds. “We’re certainly taking inspiration from the comic book universe, so anybody who knows that will be rewarded.” Any guesses?

If Hawaii Five-0 is kicking off with a pirate/treasure storyline, does that mean we won’t find out what’s going on with Catherine and Steve when the show returns? — Alyssa
Fear not! “We never just deliver plot,” EP Peter Lenkov says. “There’s plenty of character stuff in the first episode in season 6, including a huge turn in the McGarrett/Catherine relationship.”   

Is it too early to get any scoop on the new season of You’re the Worst? — Tim
Never too early! Jimmy and Gretchen have not weaseled out of the season finale events and are, in fact, still living with each other. I know this because I got the lowdown on a special outing—no, not Sunday Funday. Taking a tip from Robin Sparkles, the foursome are headed to… the mall! No seriously, I hear there’s an entire episode where they all head to their local mall. Jimmy is searching for literary inspiration, while Edgar and Lindsay are a little more practical on the hunt for wings, of the chicken variety. But Gretchen faces one of her toughest challenges when she attempts to buy adult things, like a toothbrush.

I’m really looking forward to seeing Supergirl at Comic-Con next week. Is there anything you can tease about her powers? — Dan
Kara basically already knows what powers she has, though she’s not as adept as her cousin at using them. “We’ll absolutely see some flashbacks of her discovering them, because she was 12 years old when she landed here, and she didn’t have these powers on Krypton,” EP Ali Adler says. “Kara hasn’t used these powers very much or very well. There will definitely be a learning curve at the beginning of the season.”

How much will we see Maleficent and Lily on the new season of Once Upon a Time? — Jaimie
Because the focus is on Emma becoming the Dark One — did you see the awesome shots of the Dark Swan? — the hunt for Lily’s father will take a backseat for at least the first five episodes. “We intend to tell that story at some point this season,” EP Edward Kitsis says. “We set it up for a reason. That is one we are definitely intending to do.”

Anything Graceland will do. — Derek
Charlie’s quest for Germaine is going to provide a lot of insight into her background. “She does talk about her father and what happened to him and her involvement in it,” Vanessa Ferlito tells me. “I think season 3 is going to focus a lot on her family, too. She’s going to need them. I can’t say why.”

Do you know how long Hayley is going to be stuck in wolf form next season on The Originals? — Dalia
The Crescent Curse won’t be broken during the season premiere, so she’ll be howling for a little while longer.

What’s coming up on Wayward Pines? — Harry
I never thought I’d say this, but there’s an episode coming up where you’ll actually root for Nurse Pam. However, the mind-controlling Megan Fisher will quickly take the mantle of the most-hated character in town—yes, yes, even though she gave up her whole life to protect humanity. “There is something noble about that, and there’s something insane about that,” EP Chad Hodge says. “I don’t want to say everyone gets what they deserve, but there is a comeuppance for everybody, and everybody winds up in a place that is unexpected.”

What does the introduction of English court mean for our favorites on Reign? — Michelle
More than anything, it means there are more people around to cause drama. Specifically, I hear the show’s casting for someone to play Elizabeth’s English Ambassador to France. But more than that, he’s going to serve as Elizabeth’s spy. Like I said, more drama.

Can you tell me anything about Chasing Life’s return? — Ally
Well, you can probably tell from the promo that much of the show is going to revolve around April and Leo’s upcoming wedding. But the biggest surprise of the season 2 opener doesn’t have anything to do with the show’s love triangle. Instead, you’ll finally learn the meaning behind the show’s title, and it’s not what you think. (Hint: It involves April’s father.)

Best news I’ve heard all week: You know when you can’t get a song out of your head? Well, I can’t get the Once Upon a Time theory that King Arthur is Hook’s dad out of my head! It’s probably not true. Probably.

That’s a wrap on this week’s Spoiler Room. I’ll be heading to San Diego next week for Comic-Con, so Spoiler Room will be on hiatus next Friday. Don’t worry, that just means it’ll be back with a vengeance the following week. Be sure to email your questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or tweet them to @NatalieAbrams.

Additional reporting by Samantha Highfill.

Welcome to the Spoiler Room, a safe place for spoiler addicts to come on a weekly basis to learn what’s coming next on their favorite shows and, hopefully, get a few of their own questions answered. If you want scoop on a specific show, send your questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Will Arnim Zola play a role on the second season of Agent Carter? — Helga
Despite teasing the Winter Soldier program at the end of season 1, the plan is to go in a different direction. “At this point, we’re telling a new story,” EP Tara Butters says. As for the new threats in season 2: “People who are fans of the Marvel comic book universe will recognize our villain and there’s more than one villain,” EP Michelle Fazekas adds. “We’re certainly taking inspiration from the comic book universe, so anybody who knows that will be rewarded.” Any guesses?

If Hawaii Five-0 is kicking off with a pirate/treasure storyline, does that mean we won’t find out what’s going on with Catherine and Steve when the show returns? — Alyssa
Fear not! “We never just deliver plot,” EP Peter Lenkov says. “There’s plenty of character stuff in the first episode in season 6, including a huge turn in the McGarrett/Catherine relationship.”   

Is it too early to get any scoop on the new season of You’re the Worst? — Tim
Never too early! Jimmy and Gretchen have not weaseled out of the season finale events and are, in fact, still living with each other. I know this because I got the lowdown on a special outing—no, not Sunday Funday. Taking a tip from Robin Sparkles, the foursome are headed to… the mall! No seriously, I hear there’s an entire episode where they all head to their local mall. Jimmy is searching for literary inspiration, while Edgar and Lindsay are a little more practical on the hunt for wings, of the chicken variety. But Gretchen faces one of her toughest challenges when she attempts to buy adult things, like a toothbrush.

I’m really looking forward to seeing Supergirl at Comic-Con next week. Is there anything you can tease about her powers? — Dan
Kara basically already knows what powers she has, though she’s not as adept as her cousin at using them. “We’ll absolutely see some flashbacks of her discovering them, because she was 12 years old when she landed here, and she didn’t have these powers on Krypton,” EP Ali Adler says. “Kara hasn’t used these powers very much or very well. There will definitely be a learning curve at the beginning of the season.”

How much will we see Maleficent and Lily on the new season of Once Upon a Time? — Jaimie
Because the focus is on Emma becoming the Dark One — did you see the awesome shots of the Dark Swan? — the hunt for Lily’s father will take a backseat for at least the first five episodes. “We intend to tell that story at some point this season,” EP Edward Kitsis says. “We set it up for a reason. That is one we are definitely intending to do.”

Anything Graceland will do. — Derek
Charlie’s quest for Germaine is going to provide a lot of insight into her background. “She does talk about her father and what happened to him and her involvement in it,” Vanessa Ferlito tells me. “I think season 3 is going to focus a lot on her family, too. She’s going to need them. I can’t say why.”

Do you know how long Hayley is going to be stuck in wolf form next season on The Originals? — Dalia
The Crescent Curse won’t be broken during the season premiere, so she’ll be howling for a little while longer.

What’s coming up on Wayward Pines? — Harry
I never thought I’d say this, but there’s an episode coming up where you’ll actually root for Nurse Pam. However, the mind-controlling Megan Fisher will quickly take the mantle of the most-hated character in town—yes, yes, even though she gave up her whole life to protect humanity. “There is something noble about that, and there’s something insane about that,” EP Chad Hodge says. “I don’t want to say everyone gets what they deserve, but there is a comeuppance for everybody, and everybody winds up in a place that is unexpected.”

What does the introduction of English court mean for our favorites on Reign? — Michelle
More than anything, it means there are more people around to cause drama. Specifically, I hear the show’s casting for someone to play Elizabeth’s English Ambassador to France. But more than that, he’s going to serve as Elizabeth’s spy. Like I said, more drama.

Can you tell me anything about Chasing Life’s return? — Ally
Well, you can probably tell from the promo that much of the show is going to revolve around April and Leo’s upcoming wedding. But the biggest surprise of the season 2 opener doesn’t have anything to do with the show’s love triangle. Instead, you’ll finally learn the meaning behind the show’s title, and it’s not what you think. (Hint: It involves April’s father.)

Best news I’ve heard all week: You know when you can’t get a song out of your head? Well, I can’t get the Once Upon a Time theory that King Arthur is Hook’s dad out of my head! It’s probably not true. Probably.

That’s a wrap on this week’s Spoiler Room. I’ll be heading to San Diego next week for Comic-Con, so Spoiler Room will be on hiatus next Friday. Don’t worry, that just means it’ll be back with a vengeance the following week. Be sure to email your questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or tweet them to @NatalieAbrams.

Additional reporting by Samantha Highfill.

Hawaii Five-0 Season 6 will premiere on CBS this fall, and fans are being given new teasers for the upcoming premiere episode. Entertainment Weekly shared the latest Hawaii Five-0 spoilers for the Season 6 premiere this weekend.

TV Line shared spoilers after the Season 5 finale aired that teased the premiere. Peter Lenkov shared these spoilers.

“Kono’s going to have the worst honeymoon anybody’s ever had. It’s going to be an interesting ride, that first episode! We have a great story [that is] very cool, very different, very big, and something like we’ve never done before.”

Now Lenkov has shared even more spoilers about the episode. The episode will involve a flashback and a modern day treasure hunt that McGarrett and his team end up involved in. EW shared more about the flashback sequence.

“I hear the season premiere actually opens on a flashback all the way to the 1800s where we’ll see pirates raid Hawaii for millions, which is loosely based on a real story. ‘It took a lot of research to find this account, and funny enough it was discovered after I had started to develop the story,’ EP Peter Lenkov tells me. ‘In the premiere, we will tell whether the story was true of not.'”

Season 5 definitely ended on a quiet note. It was Kono’s wedding day, but fans did not and will not see the actual wedding ceremony, according to a previous Inquisitr report. However, the Season 6 premiere will pick up after the wedding ceremony.

Gabriel tried to make a deal with Chin, but Chin was not buying it. Gabriel will be back for the Hawaii Five-0 Season 6 premiere, according to Lenkov.

“[Gabriel is] definitely going to be a force to be reckoned with, and he’s going to come right up, very hot out of the gate in the first episode next season… The pieces are going to come a little bit more together at the beginning of next year. Somebody like that, you imagine as soon as he got away, he would have left the island, but he didn’t, so you’ve got to ask yourself why.”

Lenkov also teased that fans will see more of Michelle Borth when the series returns. She did attend the wedding after all. It is not known how long she will stick around though. Fans should not hope for a romantic reunion for Steve and Catherine just yet.

What do you think? Are you ready for the return of Hawaii Five-0?

[Photo: CBS]

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sumner reading

 Hello! Welcome to Zulu Delta’s summer reading initiative! The letter “A” starts today, so let’s get going with a visit to  “TV Land.”

 As I’ve pointed out in this blog before, television shows have come a long way. I’ll admit to even liking a few of them, even though I can’t stand the commercials, and wind up wasting a lot of money to download individual episodes to avoid them.

The biggest Zen question today is; “ If you’re watching TV, and nobody gets murdered, are you really watching TV?” The answer is probably no, because not only have I noticed it, but most people I casually ask the question to immediately answer no as well. I decided to conduct  a web search for the most popular shows about murder and instantly came up with an article by Margaret Lyons entitled “Maxing Out on Murder: Good Luck Finding a Decent TV Drama Without Rape or Killing.”I guess a few of us were thinking the same thing.  She goes on to list all the then-present shows with murder and rape themes, and there’s a lot of them!

 http://www.vulture.com/2013/04/maxing-out-on-murder-shows.html

If you haven’t guessed by now, to have this many murders and rapes on TV, there needs to be “a ton” of medical examiners, and police detectives. This isn’t really new, it goes back to at least Quincy in the mid 1970’s for the medical examiner, and to 1949 to a show I’ve never heard of before; Man Against Crime for the detectives. Now days, some aspects are new; there’s DNA evidence, and computers, but in many ways, things are the same, and as the coroner gets more beautiful, the detectives get more handsome. Let’s interrupt our thoughts for the funny classic line, and scene from “Men In Black;”

Tommy Lee Jones- “how’s the body?

Will Smith  (looking at the female coroner) “not bad….you know she’s got that whole Queen Of The Dead thing going on………..

Tommy Lee Jones; (exasperated) “Not her! The dead alien body!”

Now here’s the new twist; it’s not enough to be a beautiful doctor, or highly educated FBI agent; you have to be a Navy Seal! That’s right, the guy working at the Moped rental shop? Navy Seal. The guy working the   McShake machine? Navy Seal. The guy who just happens to be a JAG Lawyer, AND fighter pilot; you guessed it, Navy Seal! Things have gotten so out of hand, the flunkie character is actually a NASA space shuttle engineer, or the occasional substandard Army Ranger.

While we’re at it, lets continue on to a show I recently started watching on Netflix; Hawaii Five O. It’s a remake from the 70’s, but it’s not bad, and I’d  recommend it. The goofy part is just what I mentioned; the main character is a, that’s right; Navy Seal, and in more than one episode, there are various other Navy Seals, and a few scattered episodes of, what the hell; Navy Seals. Let’s not forget, the show throws us a fun quirky character that just happens to be; the medical examiner.

The aspect of the show that cracks me up the most is the uniform of choice for so many of the bad guys / terrorists /gangsters. It seems the majority of them conduct their criminal acts wearing none other than ski masks. That’s right, ski masks. You’ve seen them before; fully facial, black, knit, slits cut for the eyes, nose, and mouth. What the hell? Would that be the same ski mask that hasn’t been seen since the 1950’s and then only sold from a few places; like the Yukon and Siberia? I’m guessing there’s an abundance of ski masks available on one of the most tourist filled tropical islands in the world in case the overnight temperature drops down to an Icelandic 82 degrees Fahrenheit! Here’s an idea for stopping crime;”Five-0″ should just go to the local Army/Navy store and arrest anyone who has bought a ski mask, unless they can prove they bought it to ski down the volcano.

“Book’em Dan-O!”

 

 

 



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Welcome to the Spoiler Room, a safe place for spoiler addicts to come on a weekly basis to learn what’s coming next on their favorite shows and, hopefully, get a few of their own questions answered. If you want scoop on a specific show, send your questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

When will you be posting #EWHotSeat for Once Upon a Time? — Andy
You’ll have to wait patiently because Hot Seat won’t be coming out until Comic-Con. But I’m feeling generous, so how about a little sneak peek? When I asked the guys whether Zelena’s baby will be born this season, EP Edward Kitsis answered with a definitive…. yes! Poor Regina. That is one messed up family tree. Bonus: Did you see this?

I’m so happy that Aaron Tveit is alive on Graceland! Any scoop? — Dean
What happened during his near-death experience is going to play a big role this season. “What he believes he saw in the six minutes when he was clinically dead have changed him completely,” executive producer Jeff Eastin says. “The season hinges on what Mike believes he saw when he was on the other side. The resolution will be something hopefully nobody will expect.”

I’d like to know more about Klaus and Hayley and their relationship going into season 3 of The Originals. Any Klayley romance? — Jessia
I don’t think romance will be in the cards any time soon. Word on the street is there’s a four-month time jump when the show returns, but Hayley is still in wolf form. Suffice it to say, she’s only getting more pissed at her baby daddy. Meanwhile, Klaus refuses to even help anyone find a way to free her from the Crescent Curse.

Any Sara Lance scoop for Arrow or Legends of Tomorrow? — Justin
Personally, I’m curious as to whether Sara is going to be pissed at Thea for, you know, killing her. “I would imagine it would be a hard image to shake, Thea’s face as she shoots three arrows into Sara’s chest,” Caity Lotz says. “Though when/if Sara learns that it was actually Malcolm Merlyn’s doing, I think she’d definitely have some feelings of revenge brewing in her stone cold assassin blood.”

Hawaii Five-0 starts filming in a few weeks. Do you have something on our fave task force? — Lisa
I hear the season premiere actually opens on a flashback all the way to the 1800s where we’ll see pirates raid Hawaii for millions, which is loosely based on a real story. “It took a lot of research to find this account, and funny enough it was discovered after I had started to develop the story,” EP Peter Lenkov tells me. “In the premiere, we will tell whether the story was true of not.” The story will tie into a modern day treasure hunt that McGarrett and the Five-0 team get entangled with.

How far will Kate go to escape the town on Wayward Pines? — Tina
That “music box” will play a big role in her plans, which will ultimately endanger everyone in town. “Ethan’s been trapped in this town for just a few weeks,” EP Chad Hodge tells me. “Kate has been trapped in this town for 12 years. The amount of frustration and the amount of anger that she must have, and that other people in her group must have, you would pretty much get to a place of, ‘I have nothing to lose,’ so you will do anything to get out of here.”

Do you know what Super Max will do to people next season on iZombie? — Kenny
The writers are still tinkering with what exactly the super-charged energy drink will do to people, but I’d venture a guess that it won’t be anything good. “They’re not ready to release it yet, but as we pick up season 2, that report that they knew about the side effects of Max Rager will have taken the company down a couple notches,” EP Rob Thomas says. “Vaughan will be desperate to release a new product, so that may go out before it’s properly tested as well.”

Is it just me or did Catherine Avery seem to be eyeing April as a potential new chief in the Grey’s Anatomy finale? — Frannie
Not just you. I had the same thought, which is why I asked Sarah Drew if April would be interested in taking on the role since it would probably help her move on from the events of last year. “I don’t think she would have any interest in being chief,” Drew says. “There’s so much paperwork. You get buried in the politics of the hospital. All she wants to do is get her hands dirty. She wants to be in traumatic situations, fixing and healing people. She has found herself to be a healer in a pretty dramatic way that goes beyond being a surgeon. There’s something that spiritual for her.”

Will Jake and Amy be together when Brooklyn Nine-Nine returns? — Lelia
Since the show will be picking up exactly where it left off, it may be a little too soon for Jake and Amy to DTR (look it up, it’s not dirty.) But the season premiere will explore that very question. “It may be a question more of how the relationship starts, or how well it starts or if it’s going to start,” executive producer Dan Goor says. As long as it doesn’t start with Jake’s Jamaican accent again, I think they’ll be OK. 

Anything on the new season of Falling Skies? — Brad
Try not to eat while watching episode 2. When the 2nd Mass gets desperate for food and supplies, someone has the bright idea to cook up a skitter. The results are quite disgusting.

Best news I’ve heard all week:Love wins.

That’s a wrap on this week’s Spoiler Room. Be sure to email your questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or tweet them to @NatalieAbrams.

Nothing does nostalgia as well as a theme tune. All those hours we lolled on the sofa as kids, developing poor posture and resolutely not playing outside, were laying down the switch that can now be flipped by the first bar of a long-forgotten melody. Music and smells: the double doors of a time machine we keep forgetting we carry with us.

Because I did a lot of my lolling in the 1970s and ’80s, the classic American shows were a bit grown up for me but I snuck in next to Dad and got away with it. These composers knew how to use a brass section. Anyone can write a tune for a trumpet. Sassy, bright and extrovert: the trumpet is the Byoncé of the orchestra, strutting out in front. You just know it could twerk if it wanted to. The French horn, however, is arguably more subtle. It isn’t in your face – the bell points backwards and has a hand shoved up to muffle it, for heaven’s sake. Until you razz, and there is nothing like a horn section letting rip. They are the solid fruit cake under the trumpets’ impressive yet friable icing. Anyone getting hit with a lobbed fruit cake will know what carried the weight (just go with this metaphor: musical ones are hard).

So: we begin with Dallas, by Jerrold Immel. The horns start it off, just to show everyone else how it’s done. The trumpets have a turn with this simple, square melody, which is all very singable and jaunty. But then you get the horns returning with the harmony, and suddenly it’s all angular and much more complicated. And must be a bugger to play: it hops around all over the range really fast, and all off the beat. And that last high note! [I always mistrust anyone who can’t sing the horn part to Dallas when challenged. You have to set the bar somewhere.] Round one to the horn players.

The Rockford Files by Mike Post and Pete Carpenter aren’t quite that horny (comedy GOLD, this). It starts a bit country, with harmonica and guitar after that iconic telephone ring we now all try to recreate on our iphones. It’s not until 2 mins 48 seconds that you get a glorious horn go on the theme, and then it’s off again with the guitar. I think it’s worth waiting for.

Hawaii Five-0 by Morton Stevens starts on a trumpet tune with trombones doing the off-beat chords, but in the development, the horns again get the harmonies. It just wouldn’t sound so groovy without them. Also, this is just an excuse to pretend to surf. If you didn’t stand up and pretend to surf during that (or at least tap your foot) we can never be friends.

After all that American escapism, we end with the mother and father and most of the ancestors of The Great French Horn TV Theme: Black Beauty. Written by Denis King and titled Galloping Home, this will set any girl of a certain age cantering into the middle distance on an imaginary steed. It won an Ivor Novello award for Best TV Theme in 1973, and deservedly so.

The first double entry of the timpani catapults you there instantly, the horns majestic and unstoppable. WHAT a tune! This time it’s the trumpets who have to wait for their go in the development section, after the horns have had a good old razz before they let them in. OK, I grant you, there is then far too much of a syrupy violin bit in the middle section, but you can hear the horns try to return with those sweeping octaves, and by 1 min 59 seconds they are back in their full glory. And who else but the British could have a big finish with a full brass section accompanied by a manic glockenspiel doing a descant?

I haven’t time to mention all the good themes, and fully expect to return to this page to find a comprehensive list of links in the comments of ones I’ve missed. I can’t be the only one who loves them.

PS Yes, I used to play the horn. Can you tell?



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Sunday 21 June 2015

Excerpts from The Old Farmer’s Almanac:

  • In 2015, the summer begins with the solstice on June 21 at 12:38 P.M. EDT. This year, Father’s Day is also celebrated on the 21st!
  • The word solstice is from the Latin solstitium, from sol (sun) and stitium (to stop), reflecting the fact that the Sun appears to stop at this time (and again at the winter solstice).
  • In temperate regions, we notice that the Sun is higher in the sky throughout the day, and its rays strike Earth at a more direct angle, causing the efficient warming we call summer.
  • This summer solstice is the day with the most hours of sunlight during the whole year. See our handy Sunrise and sunset calculator for how many hours of sunlight you get in your location.

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June 16, 2015 08:58:24 GMT

The show executive producer Peter Lenkov says he would like to offer a role on the CBS series to Pratt after the actor revealed he enjoyed filming 'Jurassic World' in Hawaii.


Chris Pratt Is Wanted for 'Hawaii Five-0'
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There's a chance that Chris Pratt will return to the small screen although he has now become one of the hottest movie stars. The "Parks and Recreation" alum, who headlines blockbuster flick "Jurassic World", recently revealed he enjoyed filming the dinosaur movie in Hawaii so much that he wanted to return and work there.

Coming with an answer to Pratt's wish, "Hawaii Five-0" executive producer Peter Lenkov says he would like to offer a role to the 35-year-old actor on the CBS series. "After reading his interview in EW this weekend, I'd like to officially offer Chris Pratt an open invitation to appear on 'Hawaii Five-0'," he tells Entertainment Weekly.

He goes on sharing his idea for some potential characters that Pratt could play, "We have a number of roles in mind such as a former SEAL buddy of McGarrett's [Alex O'Loughlin] recruited to be the newest member of Five-0, a multi-tasking surf instructor turned drug lord or even a former dino whisperer looking for a safer work environment. Really, the possibilities are endless. We'd love to have Chris become a part of our Ohana."

Pratt previously told EW the best part of filming "Jurassic World", "It might not have been an actual moment. For me, my favorite part of the process was being in Hawaii with my family. Swimming, surfing and fishing, and doing runs and hikes all around there and then going to work in Hawaii. I want see if I can get a role on 'Hawaii Five-0' or something. If I could live there and work, I would."

He also said that he's signed on for more "Jurassic" movies, jokingly adding, "They have me for I think 38 movies or something."

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Chris Pratt, has CBS got a gig for you!

After telling Entertainment Weekly that he enjoyed filming Jurassic World in Hawaii so much that “I want to see if I can get a role on Hawaii Five-0 or something,” the producer of the CBS drama put on his tropical-themed thinking cap and came up with the perfect role for the blockbuster star.

“After reading his interview in EW this weekend, I’d like to officially offer Chris Pratt an open invitation to appear on Hawaii Five-O,” executive producer Peter Lenkov tells EW. “We have a number of roles in mind such as a former SEAL buddy of McGarrett’s recruited to be the newest member of Five-0, a multi-tasking surf instructor turned drug lord or even a former dino whisperer looking for a safer work environment.  Really, the possibilities are endless. We’d love to have Chris become a part of our Ohana.”

It might be hard for Pratt to find time to film an episode of Five-0, which returns for a sixth season on Sept. 25. He also told EW that he’s signed for “I think 38” Jurassic sequels. That said, transitioning back to the small screen would be as smooth as well-mixed Piña Colada to Pratt, since he got his Hollywood start on TV with dramas like The O.C. and Everwood

Anyway, we like the multi-tasking surf instructor idea. Your move, dino whisperer. 

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