'Hawaii Five-0' Fans React after CBS Announces Show Finale Following 10 Years of the Series
"Hawaii Five-0" fans took to social media to express their pain that the show was coming to an end after ten seasons.
"Hawaii Five-0" left their fans in a state of shock and despair after they revealed that the show would be ending after ten successful seasons.
..."Hawaii Five-0" is CBS's most social primetime drama, which has generated 47 million impressions, 3.7 million engagements, and 3.8 million video views, to date.
The saddened fans had wasted no time in turning to Twitter to open up on their pain as one person stated that all her favorite shows were ending.
Woah Hawaii 5-0 is ending this season too. Literally EVERYTHING I watch is wrapping up. Yikes.— kaysi 🐓 (@Iilithsternin) February 28, 2020
Shameless, Supernatural, Hawaii 5-0...— Kathlyn 🎶 (@GiveMe_Pie) February 29, 2020
I grew up with all these shows and they’re all going to end this year.
Beautiful way to start this new decade ! 🥺😓😢💔 pic.twitter.com/VRYF06lJUd
I’m very upset that Hawaii 5-0 is ending but am happy that One Chicago each get 3 more seasons. But my #H50 😭😭💔💔— Yo Dream💫 (@superrmnct) February 29, 2020
Pop Culture had reported that the CBS Entertainment president, Kelly Kahl, had released a statement where he thanked "the amazing talents of the producers, writers, cast, and crew" for their role in making the show a hit.
It would be recalled that the original "Hawaii Five-O," which was created by Leonard Freeman, ran from 1968 to 1980. Later in 2010, a reboot was developed by Peter M. Lenkov, Alex Kurtzman, and Roberto Orci.
During the reboot's run, fans became familiar with Alex who played the role of Steve McGarrett and Scott Caan who played the role of Detective Danny Williams in every season.
The show's current cast also included Ian Anthony Dale, Meaghan Rath, Dennis Chun, Chi McBride, Katrina Law, Taylor Wily, Kimee Balmilero, and Beulah Koale.
Deadline further reported that during its run, the series has ranked in the top 15, and sometimes, higher of broadcast dramas.
In addition to that feat, "Hawaii Five-0" is CBS's most social primetime drama, which has generated 47 million impressions, 3.7 million engagements, and 3.8 million video views, to date.
Hollywood Reporter added that the crime drama would end with its current tenth season on April 3 with a two-hour finale.