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Vulture Watch Book 'em, Danno! Has the Hawaii Five-0 TV show been cancelled or renewed for an eighth season on CBS? Telly the television vulture is watching for the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is a dedicated place to track the status of Hawaii Five-0 season eight. Bookmark it or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's this TV show about?Airing on the television network, Hawaii Five-0 is a reboot of the original CBS TV show, which ran from 1968 to 1980. The police procedural follows a federalized task force meant to wipe out crime in Hawaii. Detective Steve McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) returned to Oahu to investigate his father’s murder but remained to lead the new group with blanket authority and no red tape. The force includes ex-New Jersey cop »
Last season, CBS introduced only seven new shows during the regular season. They cancelled three, renewed three, and one (Supergirl) moved to The CW. How will their new programming do in the ratings this time around? Stay tuned.CBS shows this season (so far): 2 Broke Girls, 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, The Big Bang Theory, Blue Bloods, Bull, The Case Of, Code Black, Criminal Minds, Elementary, The Great Indoors, Hawaii Five-0, Kevin Can Wait, Life in Pieces, MacGyver, Madam Secretary, Man with a Plan, Mom, NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, NCIS: New Orleans, The Odd Couple, Pure in Genius, Ransom, Scorpion, Survivor, and Undercover Boss.There's lots of data that CBS execs look at when deciding whether to renew or cancel a TV series but ratings are typically the biggest piece. Here's how the network's shows are doing so far.Read More… »
Updated: The regular season may have been a nadir for NFL ratings, but the NFL playoffs are shaping up to be big, with Fox’s afternoon Nfc divisional game once again leading the way.
Fox’s Sunday telecast of the Green Bay Packers-Dallas Cowboys brawl, which dashed hopes of a hate-watchers’-dream Cowboys-Patriots Super Bowl when the Packers edged the Cowboys out 34-31, drew a massive average audience of 48.5 million, the most-watched divisional round game in history; and above last year’s Nfc Championship (45.7) and just a hair below 2015’s (49.8 million).
The game pulled in a 28.2 overnight household rating. For perspective, the record-shattering Game 7 of this year’s World Series, which ended up drawing 40 million viewers, had an overnight household rating of 25.2.
NBC’s nighttime Afc match-up between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Kansas City Chiefs was also a big winner, drawing an average audience of 37.1 million. It had pulled in a 21.9 overnight household rating, a »
- Oriana Schwindt
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
Emerald City may not be long for this world.
NBC: Grimm (4.3 million/0.8 rating) shed a tenth, while Emerald City (3.3 million/0.8 rating) lost two. Dateline (3.5 million/0.7 rating) closed out the night for NBC.
Fox: Rosewood (2.9 million/0.7 rating) picked up a tenth, while Sleepy Hollow (2.2 million/0.6 rating) held steady.
CBS: Macgyver (7.7 million/1.1 rating) and Hawaii Five-0 (9.5 million/1.1 rating) each dropped a tenth, while Blue Bloods (10.3 million/1.3 rating) held steady.
View Slideshow: Quotables for Week Ending January 13, 2017 »
- Paul Dailly
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.
RelatedGrimm Recap: Nick and the Stick’s New Trick
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.
Did Max's big goodbye upset the team?
That was addressed on Hawaii Five-0 Season 7 Episode 13 when it became apparent that there was no easy way for him to say goodbye.
Watch Hawaii Five-0 Season 7 Episode 13 Online
Meanwhile on this addictive drama series, there was another murder to investigate on the island during a police convention on the island.
The investigation lead them to a blast from the past, but did it solve the murder.
Use the video above to watch Hawaii Five-0 online to get caught up on the latest drama for the characters. »
- Paul Dailly
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 »
The upcoming horror film Havenhurst opens on February 10 in Los Angeles, select cities and VOD.
The film is written and directed by Andrew C. Erin (Sam's Lake, Simple Things) and stars Julie Benz (Hawaii Five-0, Defiance, Dexter), Fionnula Flannagan (Little Secret, Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street, Defiance, Lost), Belle Shouse (Secrets and Lies, Summer's Shadow, A Million Ways To Die In The West), Josh Stamberg (The Affair, Parenthood), Toby Huss (Big Bear, Girlfriend's Day, Halt and Catch Fire), Matt Lasky (The Purge: Anarchy), Danielle Harris (See No Evil 2) and Douglas Tait (Jack The Reaper, The Quest).
Welcome to Havenhurst, a gothic apartment complex in the heart of New York City’s historic Tudor City district. A beautifully maintained, turn-of-the-century building that houses over 3,000 residents… and countless dark secrets. The rent is what you can afford and the rules are simple: live a good and »
It’s a new year for Hawaii Five-0, and everyone better hold on because the action-packed adventure is going to see some major changes in early 2017. Before the winter break, we watched with broken hearts as Chin Ho Kelly sacrificed himself to save his niece’s life. It was brutal to watch as Chin promised his niece they would see each other again; a promise he wasn’t sure he would be able to keep. Sadly, by the end of the episode Five-0 did lose a member of the team. It just didn’t happen the way we anticipated. Since they have no
Hawaii Five-0 Review: Which Team Member Did Five-0 Lose? »
- Araceli Aviles
Turns out, viewers were interested in taking a trip to Oz with NBC.
NBC: The Wizard of Oz (4.5 million/1.0 rating) finally hit the air and the ratings were pretty okay for Friday nights. That built by 10 percent in the demo from Grimm (4.5 million/0.9 rating), which kicked off Season 6 with a thrilling episode.
The numbers for Grimm represent a decline in the demo from the Season 5 premiere, but the total viewer tally was the highest since May, 2015.
Watch Emerald City Season 1 Episode 1 Online
Fox: Moving to a new night, Rosewood (3 million/0.6 rating) lost a tenth to hit a new series low. Sleepy Hollow (2.2 million/0.6 rating) returned for Season 4 with a new, brighter setting with gloomy ratings. Yes, it hit a new low.
ABC: Last Man Standing (7.7 million/1.5 rating), Dr. Ken (5.5 million/1.1 rating), Shark Tank (5.9 million/1.4 rating) and 20/20 (6.4 million/1.4 rating) hit season highs. There's no confirmation as of yet if there were »
- Paul Dailly
Friday night saw the return of “Grimm” for its final season and the premiere of the long-delayed “Emerald City” on NBC, as well as the season premiere of Fox’s “Sleepy Hollow,” but ABC won the night in the demo, and CBS earned the crown in total viewers.
“Grimm” brought in a 0.9 in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and 4.46 million viewers, down a couple tenths from its Season 5 premiere but right on the money from the Season 5 finale last May. “Emerald City” built on that, with a 1.1 in the demo and 4.7 million viewers.
“Sleepy Hollow” brought in a 0.6 in the demo and 2.21 million viewers for its Season 4 premiere. That’s down about 33% in the demo from its Friday premiere halfway through last season, and 40% from its Season 3 premiere, though it’s right around the Season 3 finale (0.7 demo, 2.96 million viewers). “Rosewood,” in its new Friday slot, brought in a 0.6 as well, and 3.05 million viewers.
- Oriana Schwindt
NBC’s Grimm opened its final season on Friday night with 4.5 million total viewers — its largest audience since May 15, 2015 — and a 0.9 demo rating, which was off from its previous premiere (4 mil/1.1, airing in the fall) but on par with both its Season 5 average (4 mil/0.9) and finale (3.9 mil/0.9).
TVLine readers gave Grimm‘s return an average grade of “A-.”
RelatedGrimm Season 6 Premiere Recap: Between a Stick and a Hard Place
Leading out of that, Emerald City‘s two-hour premiere (4.5 mil/1.0) built in the demo; TVLine readers gave the Oz riff an average grade of “B-.”
RelatedNBC’s Emerald City: Will You Continue to Follow the You-Know-What? »
Did the team manage to save Chin before it was too late?
That was his plan on Hawaii Five-0 Season 7 Episode 12 as they raced to save him from execution after his vengeful captors made it clear they were after his blood.
Watch Hawaii Five-0 Season 7 Episode 12 Online
Meanwhile on this hit drama series, Grover went undercover as a car salesman to investigate a murder that was far more complex and dangerous than he expected.
Use the video above to watch Hawaii Five-0 online to get caught up with the latest drama for the characters. »
- Paul Dailly
Well, that was anticlimactic.
After months of buildup of the Chin-Sarah storyline, it all ended way too quickly on Hawaii Five-0 Season 7 Episode 12.
I mean, before the opening credits? Really?
On Hawaii Five-0 Season 7 Episode 11, we heard all about this impregnable compound patrolled by hundreds of cartel thugs.
Great action potential for a full-frontal assault with Five-0 and a select band of faceless soldier-types, led by McGarrett. A stealthy approach through the jungle, then lots of gunfire.
Instead we got Five-0, joined by Adam, spraying a few shots from the shadows to take out a half-dozen thugs and rescue Chin. Hell, the dogs in the pit looked more ferocious than the cartel.
I guess the producers had to save some ammo for later takedown scenes.
So, one episode after Chin decided that his career choice had put Sarah in jeopardy, he regained guardianship of her.
The Morales let her go »
- Dale McGarrigle
Which TV shows are doing the best? The worst? Cancelled or renewed? Wondering how your favorite series are doing in the ratings? Here are the season average ratings of the 2016-17 network TV shows -- through the end of week 15 (Sunday, January 1, 2017).ABC shows (so far): 20/20, American Housewife, Black-ish, Conviction, Dancing With The Stars, Designated Survivor, Dr. Ken, Fresh Off The Boat, The Goldbergs, The Great American Baking Show, The Great Christmas Light Fight, Grey's Anatomy, How To Get Away With Murder, Last Man Standing, Marvel's Agents Of Shield, The Middle, Modern Family, Notorious, Once Upon A Time, Quantico, The Real O'Neals, Secrets And Lies, Shark Tank, and Speechless.CBS shows this season (so far): 2 Broke Girls, 48 Hours, 60 Minutes, The Big Bang Theory, Blue Bloods, Bull, The Case Of, Code Black, Criminal Minds, The Great Indoors, Hawaii Five-0, »
TVLine has learned exclusively that Lost vet Harold Perrineau is joining the long-running CBS procedural in a major recurring role. The actor, most recently seen in Amazon’s legal drama Goliath, will play Calvin Shaw, a former FBI agent incarcerated for killing one of his informants. Shaw has a run-in with a Bau agent and the team must determine whether he’s a friend or foe.
Joseph Baxter Jan 5, 2017
It seems that Slender Man is set for a bit of a pop-culture surge. As HBO’s upcoming documentary Beware The Slender Man prepares for its Us premiere in a few weeks on January 23, a crucial development has occurred on the front of the gestating (and kind of inevitable) horror film adaptation of the meme phenomenon.
According to Deadline, studio Screen Gems has appointed Sylvain White to direct the upcoming Slender Man feature film. For White, it’s a critical and poetic selection, since he made his directorial breakthrough for Screen Gems with the 2007 bellwether Hip-Hop dance drama hit Stomp the Yard. With Slender Man, White will »
VideosThe Criminal Minds Team Is Surprised by Its Newest Member
In the Season 12 episode titled “Profiling 202,” Rossi (played by Joe Mantegna) is at home winding down his special day when he gets a phone call from serial killer Tommy Yates (played by Adam Nelson), a longtime nemesis who in the Season 7 episode “Profiling 101” negotiated away a death sentence in trade for annually disclosing the location of one of his many victims.
Typically, that intel comes via a prison visit from Rossi. »
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