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    By Donna Marie Lapena Padua , Mar 29, 2017 05:40 AM EDT
    BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JULY 28: Executive producer Alex Kurtzman, actors Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan and executive producer Peter Lenkov speak at 'Hawaii Five-0' panel during 2010 Summer TCA Tour Day 1 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 28, 2010 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo : Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

    "Hawaii Five-0" is going on hiatus and its season 7 finale date was just announced by CBS. The hit police procedural series is yet to wrap up its current installment in May which means bonus stories are to be featured in the original 22 episodes initially listed for season 7. Fans will also be treated to an exciting episode before the season ended.

    A few days after announcing series renewals, CBS released the finale schedule of its TV shows' 2016-2017 season. From the list, it was seen that the highly followed show, "Hawaii Five-0," is ending on May 14 which means more episodes are on the way after the initially planned season 7 finale. The return of the show for season 8 - since it was already renewed by its network - has not yet been announced but fans are expecting the next installment to follow its previous releases which are in the month of September.

    Meanwhile, the show has been on a short break but is already set to come back on March 31. A resounding talk though is on episode 22 of the show which is set to air on April 14. The "Waimaka 'ele'ele" or "Black tears" episode according to spoilers will see Steve McGarrett discovering something about the significant role that his grandfather plays at the Pearl Harbor while his team continues to solve the murder case of the last survivor of the USS Arizona. It has not yet been teased what the supposed role might be but executive producer Peter Lenkov assured it will be a thrilling one.

    Lenkov also talked about the upcoming episodes of "Hawaii Five-0" in a recent interview. He said that the human trafficking case that rolled out since March 10 will continue on March 31 to give a resolution to the cliffhanger before the short break. He also hinted on a new case involving a kidnapped rich lady as well as the comeback of Harry Brown.

    The additional episodes that will come after "Black Tears" were not yet revealed, but some fans believe they will be stand-alone chapters that are not directly linked to the previous arc. "Hawaii Five-0" will return to entertain its millions of fans on March 31 on CBS at 9 p.m.

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    By Donna Marie Lapena Padua , Mar 29, 2017 05:40 AM EDT
    BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JULY 28: Executive producer Alex Kurtzman, actors Alex O'Loughlin, Scott Caan and executive producer Peter Lenkov speak at 'Hawaii Five-0' panel during 2010 Summer TCA Tour Day 1 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 28, 2010 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo : Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

    "Hawaii Five-0" is going on hiatus and its season 7 finale date was just announced by CBS. The hit police procedural series is yet to wrap up its current installment in May which means bonus stories are to be featured in the original 22 episodes initially listed for season 7. Fans will also be treated to an exciting episode before the season ended.

    A few days after announcing series renewals, CBS released the finale schedule of its TV shows' 2016-2017 season. From the list, it was seen that the highly followed show, "Hawaii Five-0," is ending on May 14 which means more episodes are on the way after the initially planned season 7 finale. The return of the show for season 8 - since it was already renewed by its network - has not yet been announced but fans are expecting the next installment to follow its previous releases which are in the month of September.

    Meanwhile, the show has been on a short break but is already set to come back on March 31. A resounding talk though is on episode 22 of the show which is set to air on April 14. The "Waimaka 'ele'ele" or "Black tears" episode according to spoilers will see Steve McGarrett discovering something about the significant role that his grandfather plays at the Pearl Harbor while his team continues to solve the murder case of the last survivor of the USS Arizona. It has not yet been teased what the supposed role might be but executive producer Peter Lenkov assured it will be a thrilling one.

    Lenkov also talked about the upcoming episodes of "Hawaii Five-0" in a recent interview. He said that the human trafficking case that rolled out since March 10 will continue on March 31 to give a resolution to the cliffhanger before the short break. He also hinted on a new case involving a kidnapped rich lady as well as the comeback of Harry Brown.

    The additional episodes that will come after "Black Tears" were not yet revealed, but some fans believe they will be stand-alone chapters that are not directly linked to the previous arc. "Hawaii Five-0" will return to entertain its millions of fans on March 31 on CBS at 9 p.m.

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    ‘Hawaii Five-0’ season 7’s episode 20, titled “Huikau Na Makau A Ka Lawai'a" (The Fishhooks of the Fishers Become Entangled), will follow the team and their friend Harry Brown as they work on the case of a kidnapped wealthy woman.

    The synopsis for “Huikau Na Makau A Ka Lawai'a" posted on TV Guide reads, “Five-0 helps a close friend work the case of a kidnapped wealthy woman whose husband may have something to hide. Meanwhile, Rachel (guest star Claire Van Der Boom) tells Danny (Scott Caan) that she is getting a divorce from Stan (Mark Deklin).”

    The upcoming episode will follow the Five-0 team as its members help private investigator Harry Brown (guest star William Forsythe) with his case of a kidnapped wealthy woman with a suspicious husband.

    Episode 19 featured McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) and Kono (Grace Park) as they defeated a sex trafficking ring that victimized young girls on the island. Kono, specifically, did everything she could to hunt down the perpetrators in order to bring the girls back home to their respective families.

    The previous episode also promoted the Ho'ōla Nā Pua Foundation’s advocacies, which includes responding to sex trafficking by way of educational and integrative programs.

    It seems that the show will shift its focus on the developments of Rachel and Danny’s respective personal lives. Rachel will inform him of her impending divorce from Stan. According to Cartermatt, this could spell some complications with Danny even though he seems happy with his own relationship with Melissa.

    ‘Hawaii Five-0’ season 7’s episode 20, titled “Huikau Na Makau A Ka Lawai'a" (The Fishhooks of the Fishers Become Entangled), is scheduled to air on CBS on March 31, 2017. It was directed by Jerry Levine and written by Matt Wheeler. It will be followed by episode 21, titled "Ua Malo'o Ka Wai" (The Water is Dried Up) directed by Eagle Egilsson and scheduled to be released on April 7.

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    Terry O'Quinn at the Hawaii 5-0 premiere on Sept. 10, 2011 in Waikiki, Hawaii. (Photo : Getty Images / Kent Nishimura)

    The date for "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 finale episode has been finally declared by CBS. While the end is near, there are six new episodes that will be aired before the last one.

    "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 Update: Reasons for a Marvelous Performance

    Spring is the time when fans see some talented guest stars, conflicts among the characters, and finest storylines in "Hawaii Five-0." The final episode air date is not quite far off and yet there are six brand hew episodes to be aired.

    Fans were absolutely thrilled when some video clips and behind the scenes pictures, as well as video clips from the finale set were out. Moreover, the show also got a go-ahead signal for its eighth installment.

    Thus the countdown has already started. Spoilers are teasing that the storyline of these episodes have been woven in such a manner that an exciting and explosive episode will culminate the current season.

    The show's performance has been commendable until season 7. It has witnessed consistent viewership rating. It has been one of the frontrunners help CBS maintain a lead in the ratings.

    There are some solid reasons why "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 has been performing so well. One of the reasons is that "MacGyver" is a powerful lead for this TV series helping to boost audience ratings. Moreover, the show is a great mix of buddy bromance, comedy and action.

    In the same manner, the show provides the same kind of lead-in to "Bluebloods." These three TV shows have been backing up each other quite well.

    While these series are unique there is a similarity. It is when fans of this show tune in to CBS every Friday, they continue watching these shows without moving to some other channel, Star Advisor wrote.

    "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 Finale Date Announced

    There is less than 60 days left or the end of Season 7. So, fans have to soon say goodbye to the show at least for the time being.

    CBS recently declared the season finale air dates for some of its shows, TV by the Numbers noted. "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 finale episode will be aired at 9 p.m. on Friday, May 12.

    Hawaii Five-0 Season 7
    Terry O'Quinn at the Hawaii 5-0 premiere on Sept. 10, 2011 in Waikiki, Hawaii. (Photo : Getty Images / Kent Nishimura)

    The date for "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 finale episode has been finally declared by CBS. While the end is near, there are six new episodes that will be aired before the last one.

    "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 Update: Reasons for a Marvelous Performance

    Spring is the time when fans see some talented guest stars, conflicts among the characters, and finest storylines in "Hawaii Five-0." The final episode air date is not quite far off and yet there are six brand hew episodes to be aired.

    Fans were absolutely thrilled when some video clips and behind the scenes pictures, as well as video clips from the finale set were out. Moreover, the show also got a go-ahead signal for its eighth installment.

    Thus the countdown has already started. Spoilers are teasing that the storyline of these episodes have been woven in such a manner that an exciting and explosive episode will culminate the current season.

    The show's performance has been commendable until season 7. It has witnessed consistent viewership rating. It has been one of the frontrunners help CBS maintain a lead in the ratings.

    There are some solid reasons why "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 has been performing so well. One of the reasons is that "MacGyver" is a powerful lead for this TV series helping to boost audience ratings. Moreover, the show is a great mix of buddy bromance, comedy and action.

    In the same manner, the show provides the same kind of lead-in to "Bluebloods." These three TV shows have been backing up each other quite well.

    While these series are unique there is a similarity. It is when fans of this show tune in to CBS every Friday, they continue watching these shows without moving to some other channel, Star Advisor wrote.

    "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 Finale Date Announced

    There is less than 60 days left or the end of Season 7. So, fans have to soon say goodbye to the show at least for the time being.

    CBS recently declared the season finale air dates for some of its shows, TV by the Numbers noted. "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 finale episode will be aired at 9 p.m. on Friday, May 12.

    KANEOHE, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

    Heads up, commuters: Filming for Hawaii Five-0 will spur intermittent closures of the H-1 Freeway in West Oahu on Tuesday.

    From 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., there will be "roving" eastbound lane closures on the freeway near the Kapolei/Ewa off-ramp.

    Special duty officers will hold traffic for about one to two minutes at a time, then will re-open all lanes.

    The state said lanes will remain open for the majority of the expected closure period.

    It's believed to be the first time the state has approved a roving closure of the H-1 Freeway for filming.

    Meanwhile, filming has also closed all lanes of the Kualakai Parkway in the southbound direction from 7 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.

    And the parkway is closed in the northbound direction from 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Electronic message boards have been posted.

    On Monday, filming for Hawaii Five-0 shut down portions of the H-3 Freeway, snarling Kaneohe-bound traffic in the afternoon.

    Tim Sakahara, state Transportation Department spokesman, said requests to close lanes or freeways are carefully reviewed to determine traffic impacts.

    Production companies cover all state-funded costs associated with lane closures, and pay a nominal permitting fee.

    "Each request is considered on a case-by-case basis," he said.

    This story will be updated.

    Copyright 2017 Hawaii News Now. All rights reserved.

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    "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 has officially been renewed for another season on CBS. While many fans are rejoicing over this announcement, this raised speculations about Alex O'Loughlin's status on the show, as the actor previously expressed his plans to leave the series after its eighth season.

    This article contains spoilers. Continue reading if you wish to learn more about the story.

    "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 cast news raises doubts over Alex O'Loughlin's status on the CBS drama. The show was recently included on the network's list of renewed shows alongside "Blue Bloods," "Madam Secretary," "MacGyver" and 13 other shows, states The Hollywood Reporter.

    Many fans were rejoicing over the show's renewal for "H50" Season 8, but this also raised concerns among viewers. As most fans can recall, Alex O'Loughlin previously told TVLine that he has plans to leave the show after Season 8.

    During the said interview, O'Loughlin explained that he is thankful for his role on "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7; however, he also admitted that it was hard to enact the stunts associated with his character. According to O'Loughlin, he is still trying to figure out how much longer he can stay on the show.

    Showrunner Peter Lenkov told TVGuide.com that despite O'Loughlin's comments about his exit plan, "Hawaii Five-0" will continue with or without his character. This statement comes despite the fact that O'Loughlin plays the lead role in the series as Steve McGarrett and many fans are expressing worries that the show may no longer be as successful without its lead character.

    Lenkov shared that the decision to stay or leave "Hawaii Five-0" depends upon O'Loughlin. However, he and the rest of the cast and crew will "keep going" no matter what O'Loughlin chooses in the end.

    Do you think Alex O'Loughlin will leave "Hawaii Five-0?" Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!

    The end of the 2016-17 TV season is less than two months away — or three weeks away, if you’re a certain CBS hero with a fondness for DIY solutions to thorny problems.

    The network has announced its season finale dates, and “MacGyver” will be first off the board, with its first-season finale set for mid-April. (It, and the majority of CBS’ other shows, has been renewed for 2017-18.)

    The full list of CBS finale dates is below. All times are ET/PT.

    Friday, April 14

    8 p.m. “MacGyver”

    Saturday, April 15

    8 p.m. “Ransom”

    Monday, April 17

    9:30 p.m. “2 Broke Girls”

    Friday, May 5

    10 p.m. “Blue Bloods”

    Monday, May 8

    8 p.m. “Kevin Can Wait”
    9 p.m. “Superior Donuts”

    Wednesday, May 10

    9 p.m. “Criminal Minds”

    Thursday, May 11

    8 p.m. “The Big Bang Theory”
    8:30 p.m. “The Great Indoors”
    9 p.m. “Mom”
    9:30 p.m. “Life in Pieces”

    Friday, May 12

    9 p.m. “Hawaii Five-0”

    Sunday, May 14

    8 p.m. “NCIS: Los Angeles”

    Monday, May 15

    8:30 p.m. “Man with a Plan”
    10 p.m. “Scorpion”

    Tuesday, May 16

    8 p.m. “NCIS”
    10 p.m. “NCIS: New Orleans”

    Wednesday, May 17

    9 p.m. “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” (two hours)

    Friday, May 19

    8 p.m. “Undercover Boss”

    Saturday, May 20

    9 p.m. “Training Day”

    Sunday, May 21

    9 p.m. “Madam Secretary”
    10 p.m. “Elementary”

    Tuesday, May 23

    9 p.m. “Bull”

    Wednesday, May 24

    8 p.m. “Survivor” (two hours)

    Thursday, June 1

    10 p.m. “The Amazing Race”

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    The end of the 2016-17 TV season is less than two months away — or three weeks away, if you’re a certain CBS hero with a fondness for DIY solutions to thorny problems.

    The network has announced its season finale dates, and “MacGyver” will be first off the board, with its first-season finale set for mid-April. (It, and the majority of CBS’ other shows, has been renewed for 2017-18.)

    The full list of CBS finale dates is below. All times are ET/PT.

    Friday, April 14

    8 p.m. “MacGyver”

    Saturday, April 15

    8 p.m. “Ransom”

    Monday, April 17

    9:30 p.m. “2 Broke Girls”

    Friday, May 5

    10 p.m. “Blue Bloods”

    Monday, May 8

    8 p.m. “Kevin Can Wait”
    9 p.m. “Superior Donuts”

    Wednesday, May 10

    9 p.m. “Criminal Minds”

    Thursday, May 11

    8 p.m. “The Big Bang Theory”
    8:30 p.m. “The Great Indoors”
    9 p.m. “Mom”
    9:30 p.m. “Life in Pieces”

    Friday, May 12

    9 p.m. “Hawaii Five-0”

    Sunday, May 14

    8 p.m. “NCIS: Los Angeles”

    Monday, May 15

    8:30 p.m. “Man with a Plan”
    10 p.m. “Scorpion”

    Tuesday, May 16

    8 p.m. “NCIS”
    10 p.m. “NCIS: New Orleans”

    Wednesday, May 17

    9 p.m. “Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders” (two hours)

    Friday, May 19

    8 p.m. “Undercover Boss”

    Saturday, May 20

    9 p.m. “Training Day”

    Sunday, May 21

    9 p.m. “Madam Secretary”
    10 p.m. “Elementary”

    Tuesday, May 23

    9 p.m. “Bull”

    Wednesday, May 24

    8 p.m. “Survivor” (two hours)

    Thursday, June 1

    10 p.m. “The Amazing Race”

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