Tonight we’ll be saying goodbye to one of CBS’ most iconic remakes Hawaii Five-0.
The journey ends and will air its series finale at 9PM ET/PT. The mystery of McGarrett’s father will finally be revealed after 10 action-packed seasons of the show. We will also be cheering on the newest member of the team actor Lance Gross who joined forces with his new found brothers and sisters. The episode will be filled with highs, lows, action and lots of sentiment.
Lance Gross will play Lincoln Cole, a decorated war hero and ex-Marine Gunnery Sergeant with the Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team. Lincoln’s actions as an anonymous good Samaritan now has him in the crosshairs of some very dangerous people and McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) and Five-0 are determined to protect him at all costs
In this episode of “Aloha”, Danny is abducted and badly wounded by Wo Fat’s wife, who is after the cypher Steve’s mother left him. Also, Steve finally solves the case his father left for him 10 years ago, on the series finale of Hawaii Five-0, which concludes its successful 10-season run on Friday, April 3 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Recurring cast members James Marsters (Victor Hesse), William Sadler (John McGarrett) and Mark Dacascos (Wo Fat) return.
Lance Gross recently starred as a series regular on Star and Sleepy Hollow (Fox), a recurring role on MacGyver (CBS), Amazon’s Too Old To Die Young, and he lead of the NBC drama Crisis. Additional credits include TV One’s When Love Kills: The Felicia Blakely Story; the BET anthology series Tales: Trap Queen, and The Bobby Brown Story (BET). He is the first actor to win four NAACP Image Awards for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his role on Tyler Perry’s House of Payne. Other credits include the Tyler Perry film Temptation, the remake of Steel Magnolias (Lifetime); in Fox Searchlight’s Our Family Wedding; and has guest starred on USA Network’s “Royal Pains.”
“Aloha” is a Hawaiian way of saying “Goodbye”
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