(new) Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

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The Nation: Sunday March 29, 2015

The Nation: Sunday March 29, 2015

The Nation: Sunday March 29, 2015

The Nation: Sunday March 29, 2015

  • Hawaii Five-0
  • Danny (Scott Caan) and McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) in “Kuka'awale (Stakeout)" (Photo : CBS)

Hawaii Five-0 is currently filming the final episode of season 5.

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Titled "A Make Kaua," shooting for the 25th episode begain in the final week of March. With a story by executive producer Peter Lenkov and a teleplay by Steven Lilien ("Kahania," "Wawahi Moe'uhane") and Bryan Wynbrandt ("Kahania," "Wawahi Moe'uhane"), "A Make Kaua" will be directed by Bryan Spicer ("Ke Koho Mamao Aku," "Ho'oilina").

"... Last one of the season #H50," Daniel Dae Kim tweeted alongside a photo of the scripts title page on Tuesday.

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Photos from Masi Oka (Max) indicate that at least part of the episode will take place on the airport runway. Considering the Five-0's ME will be on hand, it looks like the scene will also include a dead body.

The episode will air on May 8, according to Spoiler TV, and will be part of a double billing with episode 24, "Luapo'i." It is currently unknown if these episodes are connected.

Find out more when Hawaii Five-0 airs Fridays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. Click the video below to see a preview for the series' next episode, "'Ike Hanau."


  • Hawaii Five-0
  • Danny (Scott Caan) and McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) in “Kuka'awale (Stakeout)" (Photo : CBS)

Hawaii Five-0 is currently filming the final episode of season 5.

'Pretty Little Liars' Season 6: Marlene King Talks Major Time Jump, When Will It Take Place?

Titled "A Make Kaua," shooting for the 25th episode begain in the final week of March. With a story by executive producer Peter Lenkov and a teleplay by Steven Lilien ("Kahania," "Wawahi Moe'uhane") and Bryan Wynbrandt ("Kahania," "Wawahi Moe'uhane"), "A Make Kaua" will be directed by Bryan Spicer ("Ke Koho Mamao Aku," "Ho'oilina").

"... Last one of the season #H50," Daniel Dae Kim tweeted alongside a photo of the scripts title page on Tuesday.

'Supernatural' Season 10: Castiel & Shocking Source To Track Missing Grace, Misha Collins Talks Angel's Fading Powers

Photos from Masi Oka (Max) indicate that at least part of the episode will take place on the airport runway. Considering the Five-0's ME will be on hand, it looks like the scene will also include a dead body.

The episode will air on May 8, according to Spoiler TV, and will be part of a double billing with episode 24, "Luapo'i." It is currently unknown if these episodes are connected.

Find out more when Hawaii Five-0 airs Fridays at 9 p.m. ET on CBS. Click the video below to see a preview for the series' next episode, "'Ike Hanau."


The heirs of Morton Stevens, the composer for the original Hawaii Five-0’s iconic, Emmy-winning theme song, are suing CBS for copyright infringement. The network used the song in a reboot of the series, which premiered in 2010 and continues to air today.

Stevens’ heirs allege that CBS wrongfully filed a renewal registration after the composer died in 1991—six years before the renewal copyright term for the theme song was commenced in 1997. Under copyright law, for works created before 1978, when the author dies before the original term of a copyright grant expires, rights in the work revert to the author’s heirs. Hawaii Five-0 premiered in 1968.

Although Stevens’ heirs have waited almost twenty years since CBS’s renewal registration in 1997, the Supreme Court’s recent decision in Petrella v. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc. might allow the lawsuit to go forward. In that case, the heir to the author of works written in 1963 that became the basis of Raging Bull (a 1980 Martin Scorsese movie) sued MGM for copyright infringement. Although the heir was aware of the movie, she did not bring her lawsuit until 2009.

Justice Ginsburg wrote for the majority in holding that the doctrine of laches (an equitable defense that bars a plaintiff who unreasonably delays in bringing a claim) cannot be invoked to prevent a claim for damages brought within the three-year window established by the Copyright Act. The decision turned on a distinction between damages (legal relief) and injunctions (equitable relief); because laches is an equitable doctrine, it cannot be used to bar an action for legal relief. Still, the Court held that in extraordinary circumstances, laches may—at the very outset of the litigation—curtail equitable relief, such as an injunction. For an in-depth analysis of the Court’s opinion, click here.

Stevens’ heirs are seeking actual damages and profits (or, alternatively, statutory damages) and injunctive relief. And because of the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Raging Bull case, their lawsuit will likely go forward.

Morgan Morrison

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