The hit CBS television show Hawaii Five-O began filming its third season yesterday. This season looks to be the best yet with new characters, deeper plots, and the closure to last season’s cliffhangers. Here’s a look at what’s in store for Hawaii’s hottest show
The main characters of Hawaii Five-O. Chin Ho Kelly, Danny Williams, Kono Kalakaua, and Steve McGarrett will all be back in season three. Photo: satin_shirt on Flickr
Each year the stars and production crew of Hawaii Five-O begin the season of filming with a ceremonial Hawaiian blessing. Led by Kahu Blaine Kamalani Kia, cultural advisor to the show, they wanted to start the season off right and asked everyone to bring “positive energy” to this season’s filming.
Season two ended with a few cliffhangers. Danno was in a custody battle, Chin Ho Kelly had to choose between saving his wife Malia, or his cousin rookie cop Kono, who was tied up an thrown overboard.
Possibly the biggest cliffhanger from last season was the revelation of McGarrett’s mother as “Shelburne” who was thought to be dead and has some connection to the death of his father. Season three of Hawaii Five-O will pick back up right where it left off!
Hawaii Five-O in 2012
New characters this season include Christine Lahti playing Doris McGarrett, mother to Alex O’Loughlin’s character Steve McGarrett. His romantic interest Catherine Rollins, played by actress Michelle Borth, also returns with a larger role. Two women in McGarrett’s life? Sounds like a mixture for drama to me.
Look for season three of Hawaii Five-O to premiere on CBS this September!
Season three of Hawaii Five-O premieres in September, and talks of a Waikiki showing of the premiere at the beach are underway. Be sure to catch all the action of Hawaii Five-O this fall on CBS.
If you’re going to be in Hawaii this summer be sure to keep you eyes peeled for some of television’s biggest stars as they shoot around the island of Oahu!
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