Two months after the big tsunami episode of CBS’ Hawaii Five-0, the show is facing a real one. Hawaii, where the series is shot, has been under a tsunami warning after the massive 8.9 earthquake in Japan but, according to a rep for CBS TV Studios, which produces the series, Hawaii is shooting today as scheduled as production is not near the water and there has been minimal impact from the disaster in Honolulu. “Back at work, bleary eyed & heartsick, but very grateful,” co-star Daniel Dae Kim tweeted this morning. “As far as I know, everyone is safe.”
'Hawaii Five-0' Production Not Impacted By Tsunami
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