Catch the wave of the re-imagined hit drama in its sizzling, landmark first season! Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) leads an elite crime-fighting force, cracking the island's toughest cases while also tracking down the elusive killers of his legendary father. Joining the intensely driven McGarrett are by-the-book Detective Danny Danno Williams (Scott Caan); former protg of McGarrett's father, Chin Ho Kelly (Daniel Dae Kim); and ex-pro surfer now rookie cop-with-attitude Kono Kalakaua (Grace Park). Throughout all 24 explosive episodes, every day... is trouble in paradise for Hawaii's most elite law enforcement unit. [show more]
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Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett (Alex O&39;Loughlin) is esponsible for leading an elite group of crime-fighters as they work to solve some of the island&39;s most baffling cases In his down time McGarrett continues the hunt for his father&39;s killers This release features all the episodes from series 2
The complete second series of the re-imagined drama following an elite task force formed to investigate serious crimes in the Hawaiian Islands. Commander Steve McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin), an ex-Navy SEAL, heads up the 'Five-0' taskforce. He is joined by Detective Danny Williams (Scott Caan), Chin Ho Kelly (Daniel Dae Kim) and Chin's cousin, Kono Kalakaua (Grace Park). This season also sees two additional members, Max Bergman (Masi Oka) and Lori Weston (Lauren German), join the team. Together they set out to maintain order in paradise and have to deal with such issues as state corruption, terrorism threats, homicide and human trafficking. The episodes are: 'Ha'i'ole', 'Ua Lawe Wale', 'Kame'e', 'Mea Makamae', 'Ma'eme'e', 'Ka Hakaka Maika'i', 'Ka Iwi Kapu', 'Lapa'au', 'Ike Maka', 'Ki'ilua', 'Pahele', 'Alaheo Pau'ole', 'Ka Ho' Oponopono', 'Pu'olo', 'Mai Ka Wa Kahiko', 'I Helu Pu', 'Kupale', 'Lekio', 'Kalele', 'Ha'alele', 'Pa Make Loa', 'Ua Hopu' and 'Ua Hala'.