Earlier this week, the SOTB 2019 was held on Waikiki Beach. Oddly enough, as far as I heard, the stars didn’t sit through the screening. I am sure they had their reasons.
I am sure the private screening on Friday with Alex’s episode 10.07 was the much more interesting event anyway. 😉 (Check out Instagram for some very cool pictures and videos from the event)
Here are a few pictures and interview snippets. All credit goes to Hawaiian News Now. Link to the orginal site at the end.
“I’m very happy, I’m very excited, the second season is really great, and I think it’s cool because there’s a bit of a shorthand between us and the audience now. They understand who these characters are, they understand the dynamics,” Hernandez said.
“Hawaii Five-0” is also celebrating a big milestone: This will be the show’s 10th season.
“It’s amazing to me, it’s amazing,” said Alex O’Loughlin, of “Hawaii Five-0.” “It’s been 10 years. I’ve never been on anything for 10 years.”
Both Hernandez and O’Loughlin talked about how grateful they are to work in Hawaii, and thanked the community for their support.
“Thank you so much for everything,” O’Loughlin said. “Thank you for blessing us into your lives and into your homes.”
„I think they like their jobs, I think they’re challenged, we don’t do the same thing,” Lenkov said. “I don’t think there’s any boredom in that, especially when you’re working here. I think there’s a challenge especially of working outdoors.”
A Sunset on the Beach premiere has become a tradition for the show, and features its stars, producers and directors meeting with fans on the red carpet.
The event also featured a special performance by Train.
Filming for both “Hawaii Five-0” and “Magnum P.I.” began earlier this summer.
Both shows will premiere on Sept. 27 on CBS