Daniel Dae Kim, who plays ‘ Hawaii Five-0’ will Chin Ho Kelly in the series with the reins of the series in the episode 571 series. grace park leaving hawaii five o The actor in 46 years, has expressed his enthusiasm for the project through an interviews for an American publication and subsequently confirmed it in a publication of his personal Twitter account.
“I’ve been waiting for the opportunity to go for a long time and I’m glad to be with ‘ Hawaii Five-0′” the actor said. “Peter Lenkov (Executive producer) and the production team have been excellent support, and I’m excited to work with my fellow cast in this new way,” he concluded.
For his part, Lenkov expressed his satisfaction by relying on the collaboration of Kim, since according to his own words the actor knows the series “from the inside and from the outside” and understand what you want to the fans of the series. “I am proud to feel comfortable enough to take this step,” said the Executive producer of the series.
Lost in Hawaii
The remake of the police has a special attention for the iconic series ‘Lost’ actors. In addition to Daniel Dae Kim, in ‘ Hawaii Five-0’ have appeared intermittently other actors who participated in ‘Lost’ as Henry Ian Cusick, Tania Raymonde, Cynthia Watros and Terry O’Quinn.
The last from signing of the ABC series is actor Jorge García, who had already appeared as a star guest, but who has finally managed to become a regular, embodying Jerry Ortega.
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A family is shaken when their father is shot at point blank in their hotel room, the thieves steal a mysterious briefcase. Five-0 investigates and reveals that the victim is a criminal that steals expensive paintings. Five-0 later go undercover to retrieve the stolen painting which later turns into a hostage situation. Elsewhere, McGarrett helps Kamekona train with an Iron Chef.
“Poina ?Ole” “Not Forgotten”
Episode Synopsis: A neurosurgeon is assassinated just before performing a surgery. The investigation uncovers the truth behind the disappearance of four reform school boys over 40 years ago. Meanwhile, McGarrett’s beloved Mercury Marquis is stolen by an unlikely culprit.
Hawaii Five-0 Episode: “La Po’ino”
Season 5, Episode 13
Episode Synopsis: A patient infected with a contagious and lethal strain of bird flu is kidnapped and the culprits intend to weaponize the virus.
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