Hawaii Five-0 Allows Viewers to Choose their own Ending to an Episode, First in Television History

Jan 10 2013, 03:46 PM by Christine Montgomery

Hawaii Five-0 choose your own ending episode 

When the Hawaii Five-0 team investigate the death of an O'ahu State University professor Monday, January 14th 10.00 et/pt, it will be up to you to decide who committed the crime. In a television first, Hawaii Five-0 is allowing the audience to choose the ending of an episode in real time. You pick the killer. You pick the ending.

Here's how it's gonna work: it's a typical Monday night at 10.00 and you're about to watch the latest episode of Hawaii Five-0. Pat yourself on the back for having ridiculously good taste. The episode begins. A professor has been murdered and there are three possible culprits... but whodunnit?

The three suspect's motives are revealed on-air along with the corresponding hashtags #theBoss, #theTA and #theStudent. If you think you've deduced the crime, get connected on Twitter and tell us which of three suspects 'dun bad. Votes are tallied in real time, and before the episode finishes, the suspect with the most amount of audience votes will be revealed on-air as the killer.

Example tweet: "#theBOSS did it. Book 'em, Danno! Book him like a BOSS!"

Did your ending make it on-air? In the early morning following the initial broadcast, GlobalTV.com (best website ever?) will be releasing all three endings for you to watch online.

Eastern and Western time zones will each have an opportunity to release their inner sleuth. Tune-in to Global TV Monday, January 14th at 10.00 et/pt for a very special episode of Hawaii Five-0.


Watch a preview of this special episode:  




Watch a special interactive episode of Hawaii Five-0 Monday, January 14th at 10.00 et/pt
Love solving mysteries? Watch Elementary Thursdays at 10.00 et/pt on Global TV


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