CBS announced the Hawaii Five-0 Season 4 casting on Tuesday, via their network Twitter feed. Could Mom be in town to check out her little boy’s new doctor-honey, Gabrielle (played by Autumn Reeser)?
In addition to her long film resume — I’ll single out Body Double, just because — Griffith’s recent TV credits include Raising Hope, Hot in Cleveland and Nip/Tuck.
H50 opens its fourth season on Sept. 27, now airing Fridays at 9/8c (sandwiched between Undercover Boss and Blue Bloods).
The Jonas Brothers band member will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Hawaii Five-0, CBS announced Tuesday. Jonas will play a computer hacker with questionable motives involved in a case that the Five-0 team is investigating.
His appearance on the CBS drama won’t mark Jonas’ first visit to the small screen. He’s also had brief stints on Smash, Last Man Standing and the short-lived Matthew Perry sitcom, Mr. Sunshine.
Jonas will join a number of previously announced upcoming Five-0 guest stars, including Private Practice‘s Tim Daly and Lost‘s Terry O’Quinn, who will reprise his role as Joe White.
Season 4 of Hawaii Five-0 premieres Friday, Sept. 27 at 9/8c.
Daly — whose TV credits include The Nine, Eyes and The Sopranos — will play a Texas Ranger in one installment, with the potential to recur.
Also appearing on the new season of the CBS drama are returning guest stars Rumer Willis and Terry O’Quinn, as well as Chi McBride, Carol Burnett, Jorge Garcia, Henry Ian Cusick and Rebecca DeMornay.
Hawaii Five-O returns on Sept. 27 in its new time slot, Fridays at 9/8c.
Lost alum Henry Ian Cusick is heading back to Hawaii, with a plum role on Hawaii Five-0.
The dashing Scotsman will guest-star in the Season 4 premiere as Ernesto, a tough, fearless and ruthless member of a terrorist group called the National Liberation Movement. Provided he makes it out of the mayhem he makes alive, he possibly could reappear like a bad penny.
Asked to comment on Cusick’s character, show boss Peter Lenkov — who teased the Lost alum’s arrival — said, “Well, he’s got the balls to take over the palace, Five-0′s HQ — so what more is there to say?”
Hawaii Five-0 opens its new season on Sept. 27, now airing Fridays at 9/8c.
Cusick’s previous TV credits also include arcs on The Mentalist and Body of Proof, and Season 1 of Scandal. He next costars on The CW’s The 100, premiering at midseason.
TV’s erstwhile Aquaman, Alan Ritchson, is heading to Hawaii Five-0 — where it appears he’ll stay on dry land.
Per Zap2It, the Smallville and Blue Mountain State alum will guest-star on the CBS procedural as a Navy SEAL who was McGarrett’s best buddy in the military. He’ll thus appear in some illuminating flashbacks to training and battle sequences.
Ritchson’s credits also include TV’s 90210 and CSI: Miami, and the upcoming film The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
* Onetime NBA superstar and Southland superfan Shaquille O’Neal has scored a guest spot on TNT’s cop drama as a police officer who knows Cooper (played by Michael Cudlitz) from the academy, Access Hollywood reports.
* Mikaela Hoover, who has played one of Charlie’s Sheen’s Anger Management conquests, next will hang with Charlie Harper’s replacement, Walden (played by Ashton Kutcher), on Two and a Half Men. Hoover’s credits also include appearances on Happy Endings, as Dave’s too-young rebound girl.
* Aussie actor Tom Green (Home & Away, of course) has landed the male lead in NBC’s Meatballs-like summer series Camp, Deadline reports. He will play Kip, a loner who likes indie rock and documentary films and hates people