In a village affected by climate change and scanty rainfall, a blind farmer strikes a deal with the debt recovery agent to save his son from a debt trap.
Fearlessly feminine Hawa battles to get hired as a network engineer in the predominantly male IT world. Happy-go-lucky Kay stumbles into the world of fashion after getting a job as a model manager. Together, good friends Hawa and Kay juggle the challenges of being female and new to the workforce while sharing the joys of being good friends living together.
Steve McGarrett returns home to Oahu, in order to find his father's killer. The governor offers him the chance to run his own task force (Five-0). Steve's team is joined by Chin Ho Kelly, Danny "Danno" Williams, and Kono Kalakaua.
Hawaii Five-O is an American police procedural drama series produced by CBS Productions and Leonard Freeman. Set in Hawaii, the show originally aired for 12 seasons from 1968 to 1980, and continues in reruns. Jack Lord portrayed Detective Lieutenant Steve McGarrett, the head of a special state police task force which was based on an actual unit that existed under martial law in the 1940s. The theme music composed by Morton Stevens became especially popular. Many episodes would end with McGarrett instructing his subordinate to "Book 'em, Danno!", sometimes specifying a charge such as "murder one".
Hawaiian Eye is an American television series that ran from October 1959 to September 1963 on the American Broadcasting Company television network.
Hawaii is a United States television series produced and distributed by NBC Universal Television for the NBC television network. Originally titled Pearl City, this police drama was produced with the series Hawaii Five-O in mind, and debuted on August 31, 2004. Written by Executive Producer Jeff Eastin, the series revolves around a fictional elite crime unit of the Honolulu Police Department headed by veteran detective and local legend Sean Harrison and John Declan, a former Chicago Police Department detective transferred to the state of Hawaii for his talents. The series was written by Jeff Eastin, Chris Black, Reid Steiner, Wendy West, Eric Haywood, and Travis Romero. The series is considered one of the most ambitious projects in the history of the Hawaii State Department of Business, Economic Development and Tourism's Hawaii Film Office, desperate to repeat the economic prosperity once gained and driven by the CBS television series such as Hawaii Five-O and Magnum, P.I. for the state's tourism industry. The series was canceled in October 2004. Although eight episodes were filmed, only seven actually aired.
Continuing Destination America's "Buying" franchise that includes "Buying Alaska" and "Buying the Bayou" is this series that lets viewers experience what it's like to say hello to a new home in the Aloha State. In each episode, house hunters check out three unique properties from top to bottom, weigh the pros and cons of each place, then decide which one meets their needs, budget, and island paradise dreams. Hawaii offers plenty of gorgeous beach retreats and other amenities, but home buyers also must consider the state's extreme climate, high tax rate and homes perched in the shadows of volcanoes.
This half-hour real estate series follows the brokers at the Hawaii Life realty firm and their endless stream of clients who are abandoning their 9 to 5 lives in Anywhere, U.S.A., to take hold of a Hawaii Life.
Big Hawaii is an American drama television series that aired from September 21 until November 23, 1977.
Seven millions years ago Hawaii rose from the sea a volcanic wasteland, how these islands transformed themselves into paradise is a story that defies the odds and challenges our expectations. Nat Geo WILD takes us on an untamed journey to Hawaii, a place that through an alchemy of fire, ice and water has become an experiment in creation.
Hawaiian Heat is an American drama television series that premiered on ABC on September 14, 1984. It starred Robert Ginty and Jeff McCracken as two Chicago cops who quit their jobs in the Windy City to become detectives in Hawaii. Their boss at the Honolulu Police Department was played by veteran actor Mako. Many of the episodes were directed by reclusive African-American actor/director Ivan Dixon. Only eleven episodes aired on ABC, including the pilot movie. Its theme song, "Goodbye Blues", is now used by online video producer Brad Jones as the theme for his show "80's Dan".
Chetraro Hawaz Live is an Pakistan’s first Khowar Language talk show hosted by the leading journalist and khowar poet Rehmat Aziz Chitrali on Khyber News TV from April 2009. It is a Khyber News TV’s and AVT Channel’s most watched program, with over one million khowar language viewers nightly. Mainly aired from Khyber News TV’s Islamabad studios, the show was sometimes broadcast from Khyber News TV's studios in KPK, where Rehmat Aziz Chitrali gained national prominence during his years as a first Khowar TV interviewer for the AVT Channels. Every Tuesday, Rehmat Aziz Chitrali interviewed one or more prominent individuals, usually celebrities, politicians and businesspeople belonging to Chitral and Gilgit-Baltistan of Northern Pakistan. The fifty minutes live khowar language television show was broadcast one three times a week in some areas, and was seen all over the world on Khyber News TV.
Baywatch is an American action drama series about the Los Angeles County Lifeguards who patrol the beaches of Los Angeles County, California, starring David Hasselhoff. The show was canceled after its first season on NBC, but survived and later became one of the most watched television shows in the world. The show ran in its original title and format from 1989 to 1999, except for the 1990–1991 season, during which it was not in production. From 1999 to 2001, with a setting change and large cast overhaul, it was known as Baywatch Hawaii. Baywatch premiered on NBC in 1989, but was canceled after only one season when it placed 73rd out of 103 shows in the seasonal ratings and also because the studio, GTG, went out of business. Feeling the series still had potential, Hasselhoff along with creators and Executive Producers Michael Berk, Douglas Schwartz and Greg Bonann revived it for the first-run syndication market in 1991. Hasselhoff was given the title of Executive Producer for his work on bringing the show back. The series was hugely successful, especially internationally. The show led to a spin-off: Baywatch Nights, and a reunion movie, Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding. In 1999, with production costs rising in Los Angeles, and the syndication market shrinking, the plan was to move the show to Australia and launch Baywatch Down Under. A pilot was filmed but the series was stopped when residents of Avalon put forth strong objections, including potential damage to a fragile ecosystem. Pittwater Council permanently barred all future filming. This pilot finally aired as a two-part episode of Baywatch.
A pilot for a Hawaii Five-O remake series of the TV show Hawaii Five-O was produced in 1997, but did not air. The pilot was produced by Stephen J. Cannell Productions and CBS Television. It starred Gary Busey and Russell Wong as the new Five-O team, while the character of Danny Williams had moved on to become Governor of Hawaii. The pilot introduced some of the new cast and feature former regulars from the original series, such as Danny Williams and Chin Ho. Kam Fong returned to play the role as Chin Ho again, despite the fact that he was killed off at the end of the original program's tenth season. This was only discovered after all of Fong's scenes had been shot and to excise him from the project would have caused delays and cost overruns. Hoping that CBS executives would not remember the one episode out of hundreds, Cannell screened the pilot. Excepts have since leaked.
Hawak Ko Ang Langit is a Filipino drama series produced by TAPE, Inc. for GMA Network. It featured Assunta de Rossi and Jomari Yllana as the lead cast. Written by RJ Nuevas and directed by Gina Alajar premiered July 14, 2003 and concluded October 17, 2003.