If you've been watching this show for 5 years, then you
pretty much know what it's about. It has lots of action and
testosterone. Even though they're just police, they act more
like paramilitary half the time. Even though Hawaii has a
very low crime rate, the show makes it sound like Hawaii is
Detroit or worse.
The handsome heroes and their friends take on the scum of
the Earth, like mobsters and spies. It's all fun, for the
most part. I lived in Hawaii for the last 3 years, and
I can tell you that the show is pure fantasy. However, it's
also an important part of the show's economy, so please do
keep watching the show, so that all of those wonderful local
Hawaii people can keep their jobs!
It's fun for those of us who live or have lived in that
area to watch the show because they show a lot of local
landmarks, so you can watch and find the places you've been.
I lived downtown, and they were often filming nearby, so
that was very neat. One time they even filmed 3 blocks away,
on the rooftop of the building where my husband worked, and
you could hear fake gunfire echoing for a long ways. I could
even see some of their filming from my apartment window. I
really miss that!
The DVD episodes are just fun as ever. There are many
great DVD features. CBS is good about having many features
on their DVD's such as Behind-The-Scenes and more. See below
for a detailed list. This would make a good gift for any fan
who likes action or Hawaii.
Hawaii Five-0: The Sixth Season
Release Date: September 13
continues to wipe out the crime that washes up on the
Islands' sun-drenched beaches in its 6th season.
McGarrett and his team take on cases including a murder
that leads to a centuries old lost pirate treasure, a
copycat arsonist calling for the release of a murderous
prisoner, and the unceasing hunt for Gabriel Waincroft.
Also, McGarrett decides to take a big step in his
relationship with Catherine, Danny's nephew Eric comes
to stay with him and ends up working with
Five-0, and Kono and Adam remain
haunted by his connections with the Yakuza.
The heat’s on as the Hawaii Five-0 team takes on some of the Aloha State’s most notorious and baffling criminal cases involving murder, the Mob, espionage, and kidnapping. Packed with over an hour of exclusive bonus content, including a gag reel, deleted scenes, and four all-new featurettes covering the making of the show, this 25-episode, 6-disc set brings the pulsating drama to the islands' sun-drenched beachs. With McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) and Danny (Scott Caan) at the helm, the team interrogates members of a renegade stunt-bikers gang, pursues a rogue Russian spy with access to NSA secrets, and partners with an autistic child in a murder investigation. Chin (Daniel Dae Kim) and Kono (Grace Park) are held at gunpoint by two killers who don’t know they’re cops, and Grover (Chi McBride) – and his family – are haunted by a 15-year-old Mob investigation. Meanwhile, Catherine (Michelle Borth) returns to the islands and McGarrett prepares to take their relationship to the next level.
Season 6 is 25
episodes that prove,
once and for all,
definitely does not
pay. DVD comes with
all 25 episodes PLUS
over an hour of
content • Gag reel •
Deleted and extended
scenes • Audio
select episodes • 4
covering the making
of the show
- Behind the Scenes wtih Alex O'Laughlin - Go behind
the scenes with Alex O'Laughlin as he takes viewers on a
tour around the set and introduces some of the crew.
- Aloha Action! Season 6 - See how some of the
greatest stunts of Season 6 were created
- Shorelines: Season 6 - Viewers get a
behind-the-scenes look at the highlights of season 6
with cast and producers.
- One More Day' Music Video - Performed by Shawn
Mokuahi Garnett (Cousin Flippa) in episode 622
- Pirates & The Palace: The Making of the Premiere -
Watch the extraordinary effort that was put into the
making of the pirate episode
- Casting Five-0 - Take a behind the scenes look
inside the casting of Hawaii Five-0.
- Audio Commentaries - Ep#601"Mai
Ho'oni I Ka Wai Lana Malie" (Do Not Distub The Water That Is
Tranquil) by Peter M. Lenkov and Peter M. Tassle. Ep#619
Malama Ka Po'e (Care For One's People) by Peter M. Lenkov
and Chi McBride.
- Deleted Scenes
- Gag Reel
- Not Rated
Approximately 18 hours, 8 min.
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