(new) Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

the new Hawaii Five-0 on CBS

  • Hawaii Five-0 6x25 McDanno Scenes - Danny Donates Half His Liver to Steve
  • Is this the end of the road for "Hawaii Five-0?"
    (Photo: Danni Ruahtic/YouTube)

Even though "Hawaii Five-0" has always been a sure hit for CBS, that doesn't mean that the show is not facing cancellation rumors. With all the new interesting shows out there, it seems like "Hawaii Five-0" has taken the back seat feeding speculations that the show will be cancelled after "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7.

'Hawaii Five-0' Season 7 Cancellation News: CBS Drops Show After Poor Ratings?

Although "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 have already started filming new episodes for the much awaited seventh installment, Carter Matt has previously suggested that this could possibly be the last for the beloved show. According to the site, "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 could be the last installment as the "Hawaii Five-0" ratings kept spiraling down.

Ever since "Hawaii Five-0" changed its time slot to Friday, the ratings have been nothing but disappointing. With this remark, it's not hard to see that the cancellation rumors after "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 existed.

The bromance between Steve McGarrett and Danny Williams did not help the ratings of "Hawaii Five-0" season 7. The partners have had their ups and downs this season, which will supposedly add more hype to the show but it seems that it's not working as they planned.

'Hawaii Five-0' Season 7 Cancellation News: CBS New Slot Ends Show?

Before they started filming for "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7, the cast gathered together in Waikiki for a traditional blessing ceremony. The "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 cast -- Chi McBride (Lou Grover), Alex O'Loughlin (Steve McGarrett), Daniel Dae Kim (Chin Ho Kelly), Grace Park (Kono Kalakaua), Jorge Garcia, Teilor Grubbs (Grace Williams), Dennis Chun (Luke Lukela) and Shawn Garnett -- were in attendance.

But with this new report, it appears that their "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 blessing ceremony might be their last. Has "Hawaii Five-0" already reached the end of the road? Or do you think the show can still do more seasons? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!

  • Hawaii Five-0 6x25 McDanno Scenes - Danny Donates Half His Liver to Steve
  • Is this the end of the road for "Hawaii Five-0?"
    (Photo: Danni Ruahtic/YouTube)

Even though "Hawaii Five-0" has always been a sure hit for CBS, that doesn't mean that the show is not facing cancellation rumors. With all the new interesting shows out there, it seems like "Hawaii Five-0" has taken the back seat feeding speculations that the show will be cancelled after "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7.

 

'Hawaii Five-0' Season 7 Cancellation News: CBS Drops Show After Poor Ratings?

Although "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 have already started filming new episodes for the much awaited seventh installment, Carter Matt has previously suggested that this could possibly be the last for the beloved show. According to the site, "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 could be the last installment as the "Hawaii Five-0" ratings kept spiraling down.

Ever since "Hawaii Five-0" changed its time slot to Friday, the ratings have been nothing but disappointing. With this remark, it's not hard to see that the cancellation rumors after "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 existed.

The bromance between Steve McGarrett and Danny Williams did not help the ratings of "Hawaii Five-0" season 7. The partners have had their ups and downs this season, which will supposedly add more hype to the show but it seems that it's not working as they planned.

'Hawaii Five-0' Season 7 Cancellation News: CBS New Slot Ends Show?

 

Before they started filming for "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7, the cast gathered together in Waikiki for a traditional blessing ceremony. The "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 cast -- Chi McBride (Lou Grover), Alex O'Loughlin (Steve McGarrett), Daniel Dae Kim (Chin Ho Kelly), Grace Park (Kono Kalakaua), Jorge Garcia, Teilor Grubbs (Grace Williams), Dennis Chun (Luke Lukela) and Shawn Garnett -- were in attendance.

 

But with this new report, it appears that their "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 blessing ceremony might be their last. Has "Hawaii Five-0" already reached the end of the road? Or do you think the show can still do more seasons? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!

 

 

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Viewers have seen the “Hawaii Five-0” team dig into mysterious murders that are thrilling and life threatening. This time, however, they will witness something they thought they would only encounter in history class.

Spoiler alert! This article contains “Hawaii Five-0” spoilers. Read on if you would like to know what happens next before the next episode airs.

Season 7 Episode 9, titled “Elua la ma Nowemapa,” which means “Two Days in November,” reveals that viewers will be seeing a conspiracy theorist show up and claim that she has solid evidence that the cabinet for JFK were really the ones who plotted his assassination in Dallas. This was made part of the episode synopsis in all caps so it looks like this would be the episode’s main theme.

RELATED | 'Hawaii Five-0' season 7 episode 8 spoilers: Danny chaperones Grace to the winter formal; terrorists storm the event; Grace’s secret boyfriend revealed in ‘Hana Komo Pae’

For this episode of “Hawaii Five-0,” the show will be pulling off something completely different but very deeply historical. It is beyond imagination for now how the answers to the age old mystery of JFK’s assassination could be found all the way in tropical paradise Hawaii; but who knows? While the mystery could be very distant both in time and location, viewers can expect an opportunity for a modern way of retelling history that will be explained in a unique way.

While historic accuracy is of course not expected, fans hope that this conspiracy theorist is not some crazy person with no sense but, rather, raise some valid points, writes Cartermatt. This should give viewers a sense of mystery while posing a big challenge on the team as they are about to dig in something historically crucial.

This upcoming episode of “Hawaii Five-0” will air on Friday November 18 at 8 p.m. on CBS. It will also air on the TEN Channel in Australia.

 

Viewers have seen the “Hawaii Five-0” team dig into mysterious murders that are thrilling and life threatening. This time, however, they will witness something they thought they would only encounter in history class.

Spoiler alert! This article contains “Hawaii Five-0” spoilers. Read on if you would like to know what happens next before the next episode airs.

Season 7 Episode 9, titled “Elua la ma Nowemapa,” which means “Two Days in November,” reveals that viewers will be seeing a conspiracy theorist show up and claim that she has solid evidence that the cabinet for JFK were really the ones who plotted his assassination in Dallas. This was made part of the episode synopsis in all caps so it looks like this would be the episode’s main theme.

RELATED | 'Hawaii Five-0' season 7 episode 8 spoilers: Danny chaperones Grace to the winter formal; terrorists storm the event; Grace’s secret boyfriend revealed in ‘Hana Komo Pae’

For this episode of “Hawaii Five-0,” the show will be pulling off something completely different but very deeply historical. It is beyond imagination for now how the answers to the age old mystery of JFK’s assassination could be found all the way in tropical paradise Hawaii; but who knows? While the mystery could be very distant both in time and location, viewers can expect an opportunity for a modern way of retelling history that will be explained in a unique way.

While historic accuracy is of course not expected, fans hope that this conspiracy theorist is not some crazy person with no sense but, rather, raise some valid points, writes Cartermatt. This should give viewers a sense of mystery while posing a big challenge on the team as they are about to dig in something historically crucial.

This upcoming episode of “Hawaii Five-0” will air on Friday November 18 at 8 p.m. on CBS. It will also air on the TEN Channel in Australia.

 

Elsewhere on CBS, shows were also doing well. MacGyver landed a 1.1 ratings and Blue Bloods did a 1.2 rating, leading CBS to win the night. In fact, Hawaii Five-0's numbers might be enough that the series wins the week, at least in regards to dramas and when discussing the 18-49 demographic. CBS frequently has a lot of shows on the air that do a much higher total viewership than other networks; however, the other networks can compete because they often skew younger. For instance, this week, ABC's Shark Tank also did a 1.2 rating, similar to Blue Bloods, although Blue Bloods did over 10 million viewers and Shark Tank only did a bit over 5 million. Still, it's an impressive feat for some of CBS' long-running shows to be making such a noticeable mark in the ratings at this point in the game.

  • Hawaii Five-0' Panel - Comic-Con 2010
  • "Hawaii Five - 0" Season 7 on the roll since its premiere in September 23 this year, showrunner Peter Lenkov is confident for its renewal for a season 8 but Alex O'Loughlin is set to leave show after season 8.
    (Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

"Hawaii Five - 0" Season 7 has been on the roll since its premiere in September 23 this year. Now currently in the middle of the season, it is being considered for a season 8 renewal although the date is not yet fixed for its air date

It was revealed by TVLine that "Hawaii Five-0" garnered an amazingly high viewership of 9.8 million for episode 8 titled "Rite of Passage". Looking back, Danny (Scott Caan) went to a school dance with Grace (Teilor Grubbs). The event ended up a mess when a group of al-Qaeda terrorists stormed the event to capture Jeremy Ramos (Max Tepper), a classmate of Will (Chosen Jacobs).

With the big turn-out of fans for "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7, the show runner Peter Lenkov is confident for the show to continue airing for season 8. The next episode of the series will be shown on November 18 with its title "Two Days in November".

Exclusive: 'Hawaii Five-O' star Grace Park joins Judy Greer in 'Public Schooled' https://t.co/dtcGYO69D9pic.twitter.com/dWhjNVn42K

— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) November 8, 2016

According to TVguide, while "Hawaii Five-0" is still up in the ratings chart, its main actor Alex O'Loughlin who is playing as Steve McGarrett is leaving the show after season 8. It was Loughlin himself who shared that season 8 will be his last appearance of the series.

Different mood he's in with the boys tonight compared to last. From tears to laughter. True Closure. #AlexOLoughlin#H50#FanArtFridaypic.twitter.com/aKtYNjpDTC — Alex O'Loughlin Fan (@AOLO) November 11, 2016

On the other hand, Peter Lenkov did not seem to take the issue of Alex's departure as a concern. "Hawaii Five-0" is a remarkable show with interesting casts to brag about. Even without Alex, the show has a great amount of storylines for the casts that are waiting to be unwrapped season by season.

"Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 will pack up for the Winter break after episode 9. It will come back in 2017 for the remaining episodes to complete the full order of CBS. Alex O' Loughlin has not revealed his reason for leaving the show.

  • Hawaii Five-0' Panel - Comic-Con 2010
  • "Hawaii Five - 0" Season 7 on the roll since its premiere in September 23 this year, showrunner Peter Lenkov is confident for its renewal for a season 8 but Alex O'Loughlin is set to leave show after season 8.
    (Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

"Hawaii Five - 0" Season 7 has been on the roll since its premiere in September 23 this year. Now currently in the middle of the season, it is being considered for a season 8 renewal although the date is not yet fixed for its air date

It was revealed by TVLine that "Hawaii Five-0" garnered an amazingly high viewership of 9.8 million for episode 8 titled "Rite of Passage". Looking back, Danny (Scott Caan) went to a school dance with Grace (Teilor Grubbs). The event ended up a mess when a group of al-Qaeda terrorists stormed the event to capture Jeremy Ramos (Max Tepper), a classmate of Will (Chosen Jacobs).

With the big turn-out of fans for "Hawaii Five-0" Season 7, the show runner Peter Lenkov is confident for the show to continue airing for season 8. The next episode of the series will be shown on November 18 with its title "Two Days in November".

Exclusive: 'Hawaii Five-O' star Grace Park joins Judy Greer in 'Public Schooled' https://t.co/dtcGYO69D9pic.twitter.com/dWhjNVn42K

— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) November 8, 2016

According to TVguide, while "Hawaii Five-0" is still up in the ratings chart, its main actor Alex O'Loughlin who is playing as Steve McGarrett is leaving the show after season 8. It was Loughlin himself who shared that season 8 will be his last appearance of the series.

Different mood he's in with the boys tonight compared to last. From tears to laughter. True Closure. #AlexOLoughlin#H50#FanArtFridaypic.twitter.com/aKtYNjpDTC — Alex O'Loughlin Fan (@AOLO) November 11, 2016

On the other hand, Peter Lenkov did not seem to take the issue of Alex's departure as a concern. "Hawaii Five-0" is a remarkable show with interesting casts to brag about. Even without Alex, the show has a great amount of storylines for the casts that are waiting to be unwrapped season by season.

"Hawaii Five-0" Season 7 will pack up for the Winter break after episode 9. It will come back in 2017 for the remaining episodes to complete the full order of CBS. Alex O' Loughlin has not revealed his reason for leaving the show.

If viewers were looking for escapism after a very intense and emotional Election week, CBS provided that with its Friday lineup led by Hawaii Five-0 and MacGyver.

Hawaii Five-0 (1.4 in adults 18-49, 10.2 million viewers) is enjoying a ratings resurgence, which started with its 150th episode last week. The Hawaii-set drama rose another +17% for a total Live+same day adults 18-49 climb of +40% in the past two weeks to match its highest result this season posted by the season premiere. For a second consecutive week, Hawaii Five-0 was the highest rated (and most watched) program on Friday and, with CBS flagship NCIS and freshman Bull pre-empted for Election night coverage, Hawaii-0 is on track to rank as CBS’ highest rated drama of the week. With MacGyver (1.1) steady and Blue Bloods (1.2) up +0.2%, CBS won the night in 18-49 (1.3) as well as total viewers (9.2 million).

While there likely was some fatigue, politics still was a significant draw on Friday, pushing the two newsmagazines to season highs. ABC’s 20/20 (1.1) jumped +39% week-to-week with an episode about the making of President-elect Donald Trump to hit season highs across all major Nielsen metrics, including total viewers (5.2, up +41%). Dateline (1.0) held even with last week to match a season high.

ABC’s Last Man Standing (1.1) was flat, while Dr. Ken (0.9) and Shark Tank (1.2) both were up a tenth. The network logged its highest rated and most watched Friday of the season.

If viewers were looking for escapism after a very intense and emotional Election week, CBS provided that with its Friday lineup led by Hawaii Five-0 and MacGyver.

Hawaii Five-0 (1.4 in adults 18-49, 10.2 million viewers) is enjoying a ratings resurgence, which started with its 150th episode last week. The Hawaii-set drama rose another +17% for a total Live+same day adults 18-49 climb of +40% in the past two weeks to match its highest result this season posted by the season premiere. For a second consecutive week, Hawaii Five-0 was the highest rated (and most watched) program on Friday and, with CBS flagship NCIS and freshman Bull pre-empted for Election night coverage, Hawaii-0 is on track to rank as CBS’ highest rated drama of the week. With MacGyver (1.1) steady and Blue Bloods (1.2) up +0.2%, CBS won the night in 18-49 (1.3) as well as total viewers (9.2 million).

While there likely was some fatigue, politics still was a significant draw on Friday, pushing the two newsmagazines to season highs. ABC’s 20/20 (1.1) jumped +39% week-to-week with an episode about the making of President-elect Donald Trump to hit season highs across all major Nielsen metrics, including total viewers (5.2, up +41%). Dateline (1.0) held even with last week to match a season high.

ABC’s Last Man Standing (1.1) was flat, while Dr. Ken (0.9) and Shark Tank (1.2) both were up a tenth. The network logged its highest rated and most watched Friday of the season.

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