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The Hawaii Five-0 task force had a reunion of sorts in last week's season premiere, but the team won't be the same now that there's a new boss, Lt. Gov. Denning (Richard T. Jones), in charge.
"He's a little tougher than the old one, so we need to be more careful with him," Scott Caan, who plays Danny "Danno" Williams, tells TVGuide.com. On Monday's episode (10/9c, CBS) Denning demonstrates that he's not about to let Five-0 slide with their lawless methods. He assigns Homeland Security profiler Lori Weston (Lauren German) to join the team to keep them in check.
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Steve McGarrett (Alex O'Louglin) is unsurprisingly "dubious" about...
Hawaii Five-0's Masi Oka live-tweeted Monday's Season 2 premiere, kicking off CBS Tweet Week on a fun note.
The episode picked up one week after the events of the Season 1 finale, where McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin) was framed for the murder of Governor Jameson (Jean Smart) by Wo Fat (Mark Dacascos). As Chin Ho (Daniel Dae Kim) attends the funeral, John Locke Lt. Commander Joe White (Terry O'Quinn) makes his arrival. "OMG it's O'Quinn," Oka tweets.
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McGarrett's in prison for murder. Kono's been stripped of her badge. Chin Ho has rejoined the Hawaii Police Department that once betrayed him. The governor is dead. Where does Hawaii Five-0 go from here?
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"It's going to be a very different Five-0," executive producer Peter M. Lenkov says of the new season, which premieres Monday at 10/9c on CBS. "The most important thing is that they need to get back together. These people need each other. It's going to be fun seeing them put the pieces back together."
Helping to kick-start that effort is Lt. Cmdr. Joe White (Lost's Terry O'Quinn), who comes to Hawaii on a mission to exonerate McGarrett (Alex O'Loughlin). "He was a mentor. He was his commanding officer," Lenkov says. "Given the kind of character that McGarrett is, imagine the guy who trained him." Adds O'Loughlin...
Hawaii Five-0's recurring guest cast keeps growing: The sophomore CBS drama has booked William Baldwin for a multi-episode arc, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Baldwin, whose character hasn't been named yet, will play a former homicide detective who was kicked off the force for corruption. Since then, he's organized a crime wave with a team of fellow dirty cops....
Hawaii Five-0 has added another woman's touch to its upcoming season.
Happy Town actress Lauren German will play a former Homeland Security officer who joins the elite task force in Season 2 as a series regular, TVGuide.com has confirmed. TVLine first reported the news.
Richard T. Jones
Since Jean Smart's Gov. Pat Jameson was gunned down after being exposed as a traitor in bed with Wo-Fat in Hawaii Five-0's stunning game-changing season finale, there's been an opening to fill in the Honolulu governor's mansion. Not anymore. Stepping in to the office will be Jameson's as-yet-unseen Lt. Governor, to be played by...
TV Guide Network's Hollywood 411 goes behind the scenes of Janet Jackson's latest music video, "Nothing," featuring exclusive interviews with Jackson and the filmmakers. "Nothing" appears on the soundtrack of Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too? Jackson co-stars with Tyler Perry, Louis Gossett Jr., Cicely Tyson, Jill Scott, Sharon Leal and Richard T. Jones in the marital-strife sequel.
Hollywood 411's report on "Nothing" airs Wednesday at 7/6c and again on Thursday at 2:30 p.m./1:30c on the TV Guide Network.
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In an episode that is chock full of references to the previous films the main theme appears to be nature and duality of good and evil or rather the soulful feeling human versus the heartless cold machine and how each can mimic the other but never can truly be the sameCameron acquires a police uniform and motorcycle disables a portion of the citys power grid then uses the power outage and her disguise to easily enter the police station that is supposed to have the missing Terminator hand from the episode Queens Gambit Cameron discovers that the hand is not in the evidence room but in the possession of Agent Ellison Sarah takes matters into her own hands heh by tracking down Agent Ellison It seems that Ellison has not been just twiddling his thumbs heh as he has been continuing to piece everything together He studies the video taped sessions of Sarah while she was in Pescadero State Hospital and even visits the institution including her old room there
If youre gonna be a hero you gotta learn how to drive stickSarah ConnorWhile John laments over the death of Jordan Cowon Cameron discovers that Cromartie was able to make the trip ahead with them into the future via news footage from a cell phone camera she doesnt sleep after all With a newspaper reports of an arson at a dock and the re-routing of coltan a key element in the construction of cyborgs Cameron deduces that Cromartie is attempting to reconstruct or repair himself The group decides to be pro-active instead of running like John thinks his mother always wants to do and intercept Cromartie as he picks up the coltan At the docks they discover that it is not Cromartie who is busy getting some plastic surgery done but rather another model Terminator that is programmed to stockpile the element for Skynets future plans John forces Sarah and Camerons hand into helping secure the element and effectively dealing with the new Terminator Crom
Richard T. Jones, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
Lena Headey, Thomas Dekker and Summer Glau are the three leads that propel the action in Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles (Mondays, 8 pm/ET, Fox). But there's one more regular cast member who's left trying to put the pieces together after the aforementioned trio battle it out with robot assassins from the future. That actor would be Richard T. Jones, who plays FBI agent James Ellison. TVGuide.com caught up with Jones, whom you may already know from his recent role as Mike in Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married.
TVGuide.com: Agent Ellison is the one character in the show, so far, who believes Sarah Connor is simply a dangerous psychotic on the run. Is it a challenge to keep your detective role intriguing when everyone knows the truth, except you?Richard T. Jones: Yeah, it's alway