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The Final Episode of “Hawai‘i Five-0” Airs Tonight After 10 Seasons—And We’re Feeling All the Memories

The series comes to an end on April 3 with Steve finally solving the case his father left him.


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When the reboot of Hawai‘i Five-0 premiered in 2010, people went nuts for it, and every season since. The annual premieres on the beach in Waikīkī brought fans from all over the world and included performances by the Jonas Brothers, Darius Rucker and others. Tonight, the series finale airs at 9 p.m. on CBS, ending the show’s 10-season run.

 

Over the years, we’ve chatted with the stars—many of whom continue to call Hawai‘i home long after leaving the show—and gone behind the scenes with local designers, caterers and extras. Here are some of our favorite memories:

 

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Alex O’Loughlin appears on the cover of our April issue, 43 Things Every Local Must Do (one of which is “get a cameo on Hawai‘i Five-0). 

 

2013

What It’s Like to Play a Dead Body on Hawai‘i Five-0

 

2014

Hawai‘i Five-0 Costume Designers Reveal Local Fashion Favorites

 

2015

What Do the Hawai‘i Five-0 Stars and Other Film Crews Eat on Set?

 

2016

9 Things Alex O’Loughlin and Daniel Dae Kim Love About Hawai‘i

 

2017

Quote Unquote: Improv Your Life with Hawai‘i Five-0 Actress Kimee Balmilero

 

All 10 seasons are available to watch on CBS All Access. Get a one-month free trial by using the code ALL by April 23.

 


SEE ALSO: Are We Really Cashing In on TV and Film Production in Hawai‘i, or Is It Just a Hollywood Illusion?


 

Tell us your favorite moments from the show (or interactions with the stars) in the comments below!

 

READ MORE STORIES BY KATRINA VALCOURT

 

 

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