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The worlds of MacGyver and Hawaii Five-0 are about to meet. TVLine reports the two CBS series will crossover in March.Based on the '80s action drama, MacGyver stars Lucas Till as a young Angus MacGyver, a secret agent with a knack for innovative problem solving. Also a reboot, Hawaii Five-0 stars Alex O’Loughlin, Scott Caan, Daniel Dae Kim, Grace Park, Chi McBride, Masi Oka, and Jorge Garcia. Both series are executive produced by Peter M. Lenkov.Read More… »
After being stuck in development for quite some time and going through the hands of several different filmmakers, the giant shark movie Meg is in the can and will be coming out next year. The movie is based on the 1997 novel of the same name, which was written by Steve Alten. The author recently opened up about the movie adaptation. And outside of praising what is on the way, he made it clear that the movie has a budget as big as the shark Jason Statham is going to be doing battle with.
Steve Alten recently spoke with iHorror about Meg and revealed that Warner Bros. apparently has a lot of confidence in what will essentially be a massive, action-packed B-movie. According to the author, Meg has a budget of $150 million and will have a lot of top-notch resources being poured into it, and it will apparently be pretty scary. »
If you’ve been a loyal Hawaii Five-0 fan for years, its most recent episode was bittersweet. In the course of the standard procedural crime of the week, the show said goodbye to a fan favorite character. As Masi Oka bids farewell to one of his homes for the last 7 years, his counterpart wraps up one last case with the Five-0 task force. In a special episode of Hawaii Five-0, Max’s best moments are relived amid touching goodbyes to those who’ve shaped his life; making it possible to send him off on a new journey a changed man than when
Hawaii Five-0 Review: Goodbye Max »
- Araceli Aviles
NBC’s Emerald City this Friday drew 3.3 million total viewers and a 0.8 demo rating, slipping 27 and 20 percent from its double-episode debut.
Opening the Peacock’s night, Grimm (4.3 mil/0.8) dipped a tenth from its season opener.
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Elsewhere in the merry old land of ratings….
CBS | MacGyver (7.7 mil/1.1) dipped a tenth, Hawaii Five-0 (9.5 mil/1.1) slipped two tenths and Blue Bloods (10.3 mil/1.3) was steady.
Ohana means family in Hawaiian.
That's the theme at the root of Hawaii Five-0 Season 7 Episode 13.
Family was the reason behind the crime in the twisty case of the week.
More importantly, this episode was about saying goodbye to Medical Examiner Max, a long-standing member of the Five-0 family.
First the case, which was tangentially connected to a police convention on the island. Like any convention, it offered the possibility of chaos.
Why don't they call it what it is? It's spring break for cops.
Grover [to McGarrett] Permalink: Why don't they call it what it is? It's spring break for cops. Added: January 13, 2017
Too bad there wasn't much else done with the convention. It offered a chance to introduce a stateside officer or two to help solve the case of a Milwaukee cop found dead in the rubble of a building explosion.
The case kind of zigged and zagged. The Milwaukee cop was just collateral damage, »
- Dale McGarrigle
Chief Medical Examiner Max Bergman is getting ready to leave the island on Hawaii Five-0, but first, he’s taking a look back at how he grew close with his Five-0 “ohana.”
In Et’s exclusive sneak peek of series star Masi Oka’s final episode on Friday, titled "Ua ho'i ka 'opua i Awalua" ("The Clouds Always Return to Alawua"), Max (Oka) is packing up his office as Jerry (Jorge Garcia) peruses his journals.
“It says here McGarrett was a fugitive for a couple days?” Jerry reads. “He came to you for help?”
Max confirms the story before flashing back to one of his first encounters with Naval Reserve Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) six years earlier, when he helped shelter the Five-0 Task Force head after he “got shanked in prison.”
“I suppose »
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