'Hawaii Five-0' is at it again. After earlier opting to make television history by re-making an episode from the original series, the tropical CBS procedural has announced that it will air an episode with three different endings, to be chosen by participating viewers via online vote. Find out the impetus behind the unique episode from the horse's mouth inside, and what endings 'Hawaii Five-0' fans can expect to choose from!
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At some point, we hope all the legal measures can be hand-waved away, so CBS can finally come out and admit that their 'Hawaii Five-0' reboot was merely a ploy to get the cast of 'LOST' back together and continue the series. For now, we'll keep on pretending as Jeff Fahey (Frank Lapidus) is the latest 'LOST' vet to join the tropical crime procedural, appearing in an upcoming episode? Who might the former 'LOST' pilot play, and will he ever get off the island?
By now, the world audience understands the rules of a reboot. One can pay gentle homage to past iterations, while crafting a new and unique vision of the source material. You certainly never remake something shot for shot in the vein of Gus Van Sant's take on 'Psycho,' but it seems CBS' 'Hawaii Five-0' reboot hasn't quite gotten that memo. The updated series will next tackle the task of remaking classic episodes, but what will be different this time around?
Normally we don't pay much attention to CBS' adapted reboot crime procedural 'Hawaii Five-0,' even with its healthy brand of beloved character actors, but given the current star power season 3 seems to be attracting, we couldn't help but turn our heads toward paradise. We already know a modicum of Hollywood stars will appear in the upcoming season (and one that might not), so who's the latest to hit the sands?
Take this information with a grain of salt, but unless we're mistaken Terrence Howard may have gotten himself a little karmic payback for his 'Iron Man' exit, 'Hawaii Five-0' style. Earlier it was reported that Ving Rhames would appear in a flashback-heavy episode of the tropical CBS procedural but now another report has emerged placing Terrence Howard in the same episode, with nary a mention of Rhames. Is a switcheroo afoot, or does the episode have that much star power?
Looks like Danno's past is coming back to haunt him in a big way, and we're not being terribly figurative about that "big" part. 'Hawaii' Five-0' has picked up yet another famous guest star to hit the beach for season 3, that of film star Ving Rhames. Rhames will guest star as an old acquaintance of Danno's, but will the two be on friendly terms, or should paradise brace itself for a bloody battle?
Oh, CBS. You couldn't just leave well-enough alone by re-booting 'Hawaii Five-0' into a successful late night drama, now you're going to start pilfering its old characters with the same actors? Love Ed Asner as we do, this move is a little more '2 Broke Girls' than 'The Good Wife.'