"Hawaii Five-0" is going on hiatus and its season 7 finale date was just announced by CBS. The hit police procedural series is yet to wrap up its current installment in May which means bonus stories are to be featured in the original 22 episodes initially listed for season 7. Fans will also be treated to an exciting episode before the season ended.
A few days after announcing series renewals, CBS released the finale schedule of its TV shows' 2016-2017 season. From the list, it was seen that the highly followed show, "Hawaii Five-0," is ending on May 14 which means more episodes are on the way after the initially planned season 7 finale. The return of the show for season 8 - since it was already renewed by its network - has not yet been announced but fans are expecting the next installment to follow its previous releases which are in the month of September.
Meanwhile, the show has been on a short break but is already set to come back on March 31. A resounding talk though is on episode 22 of the show which is set to air on April 14. The "Waimaka 'ele'ele" or "Black tears" episode according to spoilers will see Steve McGarrett discovering something about the significant role that his grandfather plays at the Pearl Harbor while his team continues to solve the murder case of the last survivor of the USS Arizona. It has not yet been teased what the supposed role might be but executive producer Peter Lenkov assured it will be a thrilling one.
Lenkov also talked about the upcoming episodes of "Hawaii Five-0" in a recent interview. He said that the human trafficking case that rolled out since March 10 will continue on March 31 to give a resolution to the cliffhanger before the short break. He also hinted on a new case involving a kidnapped rich lady as well as the comeback of Harry Brown.
The additional episodes that will come after "Black Tears" were not yet revealed, but some fans believe they will be stand-alone chapters that are not directly linked to the previous arc. "Hawaii Five-0" will return to entertain its millions of fans on March 31 on CBS at 9 p.m.