Giving birth to the catchphrase "Book 'em, Danno," 'Hawaii Five-O' follows Detective Steve McGarrett (Jack Lord) and his elite state police unit as he and his officers investigate corruption and crime plaguing the Hawaiian Islands. For 12 seasons, McGarrett and his team battled international secret agents, criminals and organized crime syndicates, drawing themselves into the world of international espionage and national intelligence.
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