Top 5 favorite filmed-in-Hawaii TV series ever: HAWAII Magazine Facebook poll resultsby: Maureen O'Connell
posted: Wed May 09, 2012 at 12:54 PM
New or old? Many Facebook ohana voters simply could not decide. Consequently, they voted for both the original series and the currently airing re-imagined police procedural drama. Another batch of voters, however, decisively opted for the new version, which is our Facebook ohana’s top pick among filmed-in-Hawaii TV shows.
Now booked for a third season, we’ll surely be seeing more Hawaii Five-0 filming around Oahu in months ahead featuring the rule-bending Steve McGarrett (Alex O’Loughlin) and the rest of the Five-0 team — Danny “Danno” Williams (Scott Caan), Kona “Kono” Kalakaua (Grace Park) and Chin Ho Kelly (Daniel Dae Kim). In addition to the show’s primary cast (pictured, above) and regulars, such as Dr. Max Bergman (Masi Oka), the sophomore season has featured cameo roles for some well known actors, such as Ed Asner, who reprised a role he played more than 30 years ago on the original series, and James Caan, whose son plays “Danno” in the new series.
Click on the links below for the Top 5 results from previous HAWAII Magazine Facebook Ohana poll questions.
• Top 5 must-have Hawaii foods (upon arrival in the Islands)
• Top 5 Hawaii parks
• Top 5 Hawaii music artists
• Top 5 favorite hiking trails
• Top 5 favorite places to watch a Hawaii sunset
• Top 5 favorite Hawaii scenic lookouts
• Top 5 favorite Hawaii valleys
• Top 5 favorite Hawaii waterfalls
• Top 5 favorite natural wonders of Hawaii
• Top 5 favorite Hawaii plate lunch foods
• Top 5 favorite Hawaii small towns
• Top 5 favorite Hawaii-filmed movies
• Top 5 favorite Hawaii beaches.
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Photos: CBS/page 1 (top), pages 4,5; A&E/page 1 (bottom); ABC/page 2; Paramount/page 3
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