Monday’s news: Scott Caan in Esquire; 19 million viewers last night; and a behind the scenes look at “Ho’apono”

Don’t forget to read “Things We Learned About Hawaii From Hawaii Five-0, Kai E’e”!

Scott Caan in Esquire

I’d hate to interview this guy.  I thought interviewing Cary Tagawa was intimidating…

Scott Caan, Esquire, Hawaii Five-0

Scott Caan, Esquire, Hawaii Five-0, Photo: Esquire Magazine

Mike Gordon’s report

‘Hawaii Five-0’ gets 19.3 million viewers following football

By Mike Gordon

POSTED: 10:58 a.m. HST, Jan 24, 2011

Proving football on a frozen field goes well with sunny
images of Waikiki Beach, a special Sunday broadcast of
“Hawaii Five-0”  drew a whopping 19.3 million viewers
when CBS aired a new episode after the NFL’s AFC
championship game last night, according to Nielsen
ratings numbers released today by the network.

The episode, which featured both Grace Park and Scott
Caan dressed in demograpic-grabbing beachwear,
attracted 5.6 percent of adults 18-49 who watch TV.

The episode with a tsunami plot line began with Kono
in a bikini as she gave surfing lessons to a bare-
chested Danno.

During its regular Monday night 9 p.m. time period,
“Hawaii Five-0” averages 13.25 million viewers.

It’s the first of six “Hawaii Five-0” episodes airing over
the next 16 days.

Episodes will also air at 9 p.m. Monday, Friday, Jan. 31
and Feb. 6 and 7 on KGMB.

The Feb. 7 episode will be new.

Airing so many episodes in a short period – new or
not – is a sign of the show’s strength, said Walea
Constantinau, commissioner of the Honolulu Film
Office.

“You don’t get that kind of repeat play unless there is
value to the show,” she said. “It shows a lot of pride
and confidence in the show.”

Behind the Scenes of “Ho’apono”

The ladies of the Long Legs O’Loughlin Network rustled up this clip.

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