With Hawaii Five-0 season 10 premiering on CBS later this month, we’re glad to see CBS revealing some of the first footage of it now! Not only that, but we’re pleased to see that the show isn’t changing anything too drastic when it comes to the sort of show that it is.
The video below offers up some of the first footage from the latest batch of episodes, and while there is no information on key storylines (including the other side of the big cliffhanger), you do get a chance to see in here an introduction-of-sorts to Katrina Law (Arrow) as Quinn, a new character who is set to become a major part of the show. She’s someone who meets, seemingly, Steve and Danny at gunpoint. That is probably not the ideal way in which you want to meet someone, but it does make for a memorable moment even within the promo.
When it comes to the general content of the new season, there will need to be some big stories right away following the cliffhanger at the end of season 9. We’ll need to learn who got shot and, beyond just that, whether or not that person ends up surviving. We’d like to imagine the bullet just ricocheted somewhere and didn’t hit anyone, but that may be a little too pie-in-the-sky for a series that does often operate on a currency of chaos.
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No matter what happens, from there Hawaii Five-0 will continue to push forward as the same show it’s always been — an action-packed, exceptional series that combines humor, drama, beautiful scenery, and a whole lot more. This is a show that we’re very much excited to see more over the course of the weeks ahead and we can only hope that it meets the high bar that it has set over the past several years.
What do you want to see when it comes to Hawaii Five-0 season 10?
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