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'Hawaii Five-0' boosts viewership but still second in ratings

By Dave Segal

LAST UPDATED: 06:33 p.m. HST, Nov 20, 2012

“Hawaii Five-0” increased its viewership for the second week in a row as 9.02 million people tuned in Monday night to watch the crime drama, according to Nielsen ratings released today by CBS.

“Five-0,” however, once again finished second behind ABC’s “Castle,” which drew 10.36 million viewers. NBC’s futuristic drama “Revolution” finished in third with 7.02 million viewers.

Among adults 18-49, “Five-0” attracted 2.2 percent of the total viewing audience and 6 percent of those watching TV at the time, CBS said.

In contrast, “Castle” drew smaller numbers in that demographic, attracting 2 percent of the total viewing audience and 5 percent of those watching TV at the time. “Revolution” fared the best in the 18-49 group with 2.6 percent of the viewing audience and 7 percent of those watching TV.

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Tony96822 wrote:
HI5O has good acting, great scenery and colorized imagery a pretty good plot but lacking in some of the continuity in its flow from start to finish. The ending of the last show was pretty bad in its flow. For all the money spent and wanting to keep this show alive, the ending split between capturing the big ol bad guy, the crying girl and her mom and the two cousin 5-O partners in crime scene were mixed a little weak. Not by fault of the characters but by the edit room, director and music. Don't over do it on the music!! Only reason I say this is because I want to see it last. And they need to recharacterize MCGarrett a little bit as the lead and in control. And bring back the line Book'em Dano. People want action.
on November 20,2012 | 01:42PM
sak wrote:
Best K-Drama(Police) show filmed in Hawaii and the Stars speak good Engrish. No Sub-titles Too!
on November 20,2012 | 06:15PM
Surfer_Dude wrote:
Are Steve and Wo Fat brothers? Mom is hiding something.
on November 20,2012 | 07:44PM
SteveToo wrote:
Did you see Monday the 19th show. How did that dumb guy get lost driving from Kailua to his home in Nuuanu???????????? And he was using a GPS to get home???????????? Come on writers, wake up THIS IS AN ISLAND.
on November 20,2012 | 08:06PM
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