Magnum P.I. (2018– )
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The Day It All Came Together 

Hannah, Magnum's fugitive ex, asks him for help finding her missing CIA father.


Bryan Spicer


Peter M. Lenkov (developed by), Eric Guggenheim (developed by) | 7 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jay Hernandez ... Thomas Magnum
Perdita Weeks ... Juliett Higgins
Zachary Knighton ... Orville 'Rick' Wright
Stephen Hill ... Theodore 'TC' Calvin
Amy Hill ... Kumu
Tim Kang ... Detective Gordon Katsumoto
Jordana Brewster ... Hannah
Kimee Balmilero ... Dr. Noelani Cunha
Brian Austin Green ... Special Agent Adam Kreshner
Michael Bisping ... Jason Coburn
Jonathan Ohye ... Special Agent Scott Larkin
Darren Darnborough ... Tyler Dotson
Jo Sung ... Pak Jong Soo
Jordan Salud Jordan Salud ... William
Michael de Ycaza Michael de Ycaza ... Hannah's Father


Magnum is arrested by the Feds for passing counterfeit currency which he got from a client who hired him to find someone. When he take them to the man they find him and another man dead, and evidence points to another person. When Magnum goes home he finds his ex Hannah there wounded and it was she who hired the man to hire him to find the man. They tried to pull a fast one on her, and she killed them. She said why she betrayed him in Afghanistan and why she tried to get the gold. was to help her father who's being held by rogue CIA agents. They want the man she had him find, so now they have to find him and trade him for her father. Written by

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Release Date:

1 April 2019 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

O'ahu, Hawaii, USA

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16:9 HD
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References Cops (1989) See more »


Written by Dean Lewis (uncredited), Nick Atkinson (uncredited) and Edd Holloway (uncredited)
Performed by Brock Ashby and Jackson Parfitt
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Definite Fiction
2 April 2019 | by dncorpSee all my reviews


Bell 206 120 knots, 222 km/h, 138 mph

MD-500 135 knots, 250 km/h, 155 mph

The Bell Helicopter has an "articulated rotor system", by flying beyond the restricted angle, degrees, you can over torgue the rotor mast and lose the entire rotor mast.

The MD-500 has a Fixed Rotor System, aka Rigid Rotor, and can literally do a mid air loop, and go inverted (upside down).

In later years the U.S. Army as the U.S. Department of Defense Proponent for Helicopters, abandoned the Helicopters with articulating rotors like the UH-1, OH-58 (Bell 206) and switched to Rigid Rotors starting with the 1979 UH-60 "Blackhawk", except the CH-47.

The reason this took so long was Political nothing to do with Performance, nor Safety, Democrat President L. Johnson's wife had HUGE numbers of stocks in Bell Helicopters. And the articulating rotor was a U.S. Design, and the Fixed or Rigid Rotor was the Russian Design as the Igor Ivanovich Sikorsky "Sikorsky" design, during that time U.S. Versus U.S.S.R. and Warsaw Pact Nations anything Russian was automatically not a good design nor idea, U.S. Congress would not Appropriate funds.

"CIA Rogue Agents", never, the CIA would send their Special Activities Directorate (Division, S.A.D.) and Special Operations Group (S.O.G.) "Operators" with Us attached, to solve that problem. If we fail, they send U.S. Army Special Forces 1st Detachment Delta and or U.S. Navy's Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU).

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