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Title Written by Directed by Original air date Production code Double JeopardyPeter M. Lenkov & Eric GuggenheimBryan SpicerDecember 4, S3E1.jpgMagnum and Higgins are hired by a couple, with the woman, Helen, saying she is trying to find her missing brother, Max. It turns out that the couple were just using the detectives to lead them to Max, and when they do, Helen shoots and kills Max for making her take the rap and serve 15 years for a homicide he committed. During their escape, Higgins is shot, and Magnum rushes her to the hospital. At the same time, the couple forces TC to take them to an airport in his chopper, but Rick uses an old trick to end that threat. Magnum is taken aback when he overhears Higgins' surgeon ask her out on a date. As the episode closes, a vehicle follows Magnum and Higgins as they leave the hospital in the Ferrari. Easy MoneyDavid WolkoveBryan Spicer December 11, S3E2.jpgMagnum and Higgins are hired to repossess a private jet. Upon boarding the plane and taking off, masked gunmen shoot at the plane, causing damage that forces Higgins to crash land shortly after takeoff. She and Magnum then find a wanted fugitive stowed away, who reveals the plane is owned by a cartel and he has been working with an undercover DEA agent. Rick, T.C. and Katsumoto assist with a successful rescue. Meanwhile, Higgins expresses concern after a first date with her surgeon that he is "too perfect," while Katsumoto has further news about the vehicle that followed Magnum and Higgins. No Way OutBarbie KligmanEagle EgilssonDecember 18, S3E3.jpgAfter concocting a story for a federal immigration agent looking into Juliet's two marriage license applications, she, Magnum and T.C. are leaving the building when they hear gunshots. They make their way out of a stalled elevator, and discover the building's occupants have been taken hostage by a group of masked gunmen. Magnum is able to contact Katsumoto, who later learns from a CIA agent holding an accused conspirator named Ray Vaughn that Ray's brother is demanding an exchange: Ray for the hostages. Magnum, T.C., and Higgins engage in a number of schemes and deceptions to ultimately subdue the attackers. The immigration agent then says that while he didn't believe the group's story, Higgins is a hero and is welcome to stay in Hawaii. First The Beatdown, Then The BlowbackAaron Lam & Peter M. Lenkov (Story), Eric Guggenheim & Mike Diaz (teleplay) Eagle Egilsson January 8, S3E4.jpgA man tells Katsumoto that his daughter, MMA fighter Kai Durrell, has not checked in as she usually does, and wants to report her missing. Katsumoto can't do anything because Kai hasn't been missing long enough, but he asks Magnum and Higgins to look into it after video evidence shows her getting into a vehicle with known members of an organized crime group. Magnum and Higgins learn that Kai is being forced to throw a high-stakes fight, and her father is later taken hostage by the mobsters to ensure her compliance. Meanwhile, Kumu is arrested after stealing a valuable year old skull from a collector, stating that it was previously stolen from its rightful burial place. The Day Danger Walked InPeter M. Lenkov & Eric Guggenheim Krishna RaoJanuary 15, S3E5.jpgAs the group hunkers down in Rick's bar to ride out a hurricane, along with several customers, they learn that two customers dressed as armored truck guards are actually thieves who killed the real guards. As Magnum and the team try to minimize the danger, they get help from an unlikely source: T.C.'s elderly friend Booky. Meanwhile, Magnum has a heart-to-heart with Higgins' boyfriend Ethan, and Rick worries about telling T.C. that he let the bar's hurricane insurance lapse during the pandemic. Tell No OneGene HongEagle Egilsson January 22, S3E6.jpgAs the group hunkers down in Rick's bar to ride out a hurricane, along with several customers, they learn that two customers dressed as armored truck guards are actually thieves who killed the real guards. As Magnum and the team try to minimize the danger, they get help from an unlikely source: T.C.'s elderly friend Booky. Meanwhile, Magnum has a heart-to-heart with Higgins' boyfriend Ethan, and Rick worries about telling T.C. that he let the bar's hurricane insurance lapse during the pandemic. Killer on the Midnight WatchGene Hong Geoff Shotz February 5, S3E7.jpgA wealthy real estate developer hires Magnum and Higgins to find his missing wife. A kidnapper demands a $3 million ransom, but Magnum and Higgins find the wife dead anyway after the money is exchanged. The trail leads to the man's brother, who is in dire need of cash. However, Magnum and Higgins are bothered by how the kidnapper seemed to be aware of all their actions during their investigation. Further, the coroner determines the wife was dead at least eight hours before her husband got the call from the kidnappers. Elsewhere, Kumu tries to connect with Maleah, her late husband's illegitimate daughter, but her suspicion of Maleah's new boyfriend only deepens their divide. Someone To Watch Over MeBarbie Kligman Geoff Shotz February 12, S3E8.jpgTwo men from a neighborhood watch ask Magnum and Higgins to investigate their neighbor, whom they suspect of being a murderer. The detectives tail the man and find a young Chinese woman in his trunk, but soon learn he is a good Samaritan trying to rescue girls from a sex trafficking ring. Meanwhile, Magnum's friend Jin has started a new, legitimate business, and meets an intriguing older woman who gives him a purpose for his first profits. Also, Magnum continues to have nightmares about being apprehended by men in a white SUV. The Big PaybackDavid Wolkove Yangzom BrauenFebruary 19, S3E9.jpgHiggins is abducted, and Magnum soon learns it's related to one of his first-ever cases as a P.I., in which he was forced to turn in his client, Elliott Hamler. Elliott's son, Miles, is now requiring Magnum and his team to break his father out of a prison transport van in exchange for Higgins' life. This means Magnum cannot ask HPD for help. After the situation is resolved, Rick gets closer to Suzy, with some help from Magnum. The Long Way HomeKatie Varney (story/teleplay), Peter M. Lenkov & Eric Guggenheim (story) Yangzom Brauen March 5, S3EjpgMagnum is hired by a woman looking for her missing husband, an army ranger who should be on a tour but apparently returned home and left her money. Magnum discovers that the man is likely suffering from survivor's guilt, and he enlists help from T.C. and Rick to find him before tragedy strikes. Meanwhile, Higgins and Ethan are enjoying some alone time on vacation when a hotel patron asks them to help find a lost engagement ring. Also, Gordon tries to bond with his son, Dennis, later learning that Dennis feels caught in the middle with his friends, given all the news about bad cops. The Lies We TellKatie Varney Rubba Nada March 26, S3EjpgMagnum and Higgins are approached by Elena, a woman who was in the process of cheating on her husband when she witnessed her suitor being murdered in his home by two masked men. It turns out the suitor was a real estate agent pretending to live in the luxurious home, and was using the name of the real homeowner. While the P.I.s try to avoid contacting HPD due to the client's request for privacy, Katsumoto becomes involved when the victim's body washes ashore. Magnum and Higgins learn Elena was not alone, uncovering a blackmail ring with multiple victims. Meanwhile, Rick goes to visit Icepick in prison, only to learn he was transferred to a hospital and is near death. Dark HarvestGene Hong Rubba Nada April 2, S3EjpgA veteran who is Shammy's friend gets her car stolen with her support dog inside. It turns out the car was stolen by someone kidnapped by Korean mafia. Meanwhile, T.C. is getting sued by a former customer for allegedly causing injury to his neck. Jin helps them to find out whether the accusation is true. Turns out, it is a false accusation and an attempt of extortion. Cry MurderEmily Singer (story), Peter M. Lenkov & Eric Guggenheim (teleplay) Peter WellerApril 9, S3EjpgA baby is left at the gate of Robin's Nest, making Magnum and Higgins want to find the mother before calling child protective services. However, that mission becomes difficult as the P.I.s also have a high-paying insurance case involving $, worth of truffles stolen from an Italian restaurant. Magnum and Higgins smell something funny when they track down the supplier, who admits the truffles are cheap imitations and says the restaurant owner knew that. Whispers of DeathTera TolentinoPeter Weller April 16, S3EjpgMagnum and Higgins are hired by a psychic who tells them a man is going to murder his wife the next day. Determined to see it through regardless of their skepticism, the two investigate the couple, only to learn from Katsumoto that the psychic was herself murdered. The P.I.s then learn that, to boost her reputation for accuracy, the psychic hid listening devices in the crystals she sold. However, she only heard part of the suspect husband's conversation, and he's really a mob hitman intent on killing someone else. The case hits Higgins hard, as she realizes she's also keeping a secret from Ethan about her MI6 past. Meanwhile, Kumu gets involved when a card with her name is found in a duffel bag full of stolen jewels, which she recognizes as once belonging to Imelda Marcos. Before the FallMike Diaz Kurt JonesApril 30, S3EjpgMagnum's Uncle Bernardo visits and reveals a shocking secret about Thomas. mother. Also, TC asks Higgins for help when he realizes he may have witnessed a potential murder from his helicopter, Higgins decides it's time to tell Ethan the truth about her past and TC offers Shammy the opportunity to become a pilot. BloodlineEric Guggenheim & Geoffrey Thorne Avi Youabian May 7, S3EjpgMagnum and Higgins work a stalking case involving a man with a past in espionage. Also, Ethan asks Higgins to join him on an extended trip for Doctors Without Borders just as Magnum starts to open up to other possibilities.
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Magnum P.I. has added Black Lightning&#;s Chantal Thuy to the Season 4 mix — and with this exclusive casting news, a recent TVLine Blind Item is solved. 

When last we tuned into the Hawaii-set CBS procedural, Magnum (played by Jay Hernandez) bid Juliet Higgins (Perdita Weeks) a tender farewell, as his sleuthing partner left to accompany her beau Ethan (Jay Ali) on his six-month Doctors Without Borders gig in Kenya. The goodbye was laden with unexpressed emotions, given that Thomas had earlier posited to the fellas that he and Higgy were perhaps destined to be &#;more&#; than friends and business partners. In fact, Rick, T.C. et al nudged Magnum to tell Higgins what all he was feeling before she left, but he instead encouraged his best friend to be happy at Ethan&#;s side.

Well, in Juliet&#;s absence, it appears that Thomas in turn sought out his own kind of &#;happy.&#;

When Season 4 kicks off on Friday, Oct. 1, viewers will meet Thuy&#;s character, Lia Kaleo, a smart, street-savvy HPD Detective who has been secretly dating Magnum behind everyone’s back &#; including that of her partner, Gordon Katsumoto (Tim Kang).  And as the season progresses, we’ll learn that Lia&#;s relationship with Magnum isn’t the only secret she&#;s been keeping. Get a first look below:

Magnum Grace ChoiIn addition to her run as Black Lightning shapeshifter Grace Choi, Thuy&#;s previous TV credits include episodes of Madam Secretary and Pretty Little Liars.

Magnum P.I. again will air Fridays at 9/8c, now hammocked between S.W.A.T. and Blue Bloods.

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&#;Magnum P.I.&#; Season 4: CBS Series Adds Martin Martinez

EXCLUSIVE: CBS&#; Magnum P.I. adds Martin Martinez to its season 4 cast in a recurring role ahead of the show&#;s premiere on Oct. 1.

Martinez will portray the character Cade Jensen, a determined but troubled teenager who attempts to charm his way into a job at La Mariana, and over the course of several episodes, ultimately finds a surrogate parent in TC (Stephen Hill).

Magnum P.I. follows Thomas Magnum (Jay Hernandez), a private investigator and former Navy SEAL, who solves crimes in the state, after returning home from Afghanistan and repurposing his military skills. Perdita Weeks, Zachary Knighton, Stephen Hill, Tim Kang, and Amy Hill also star.

Eric Guggenheim, Justin Lin, John Davis, John Fox, and Danielle Woodrow are executive producers for CBS TV Studios and Universal TV.

Martinez most recently appeared in Netflix&#;s Never Have I Ever as Oliver Martinez. Other TV credits include Marvel&#;sRunaways, Chicago P.D., Station 19, Shameless, and The Fosters.

Up next, he will appear in the Apple TV+ series Pachinko in the role of Oliver.

The California native is represented by David Alan White at Industry Entertainment and Stella Alex at The Savage Agency.

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Magnum P.I. ( TV series)

For the original series, see Magnum, P.I. For the title character, see Thomas Magnum.

American action drama television series

Magnum P.I. is an American action drama television series developed by Peter M. Lenkov and Eric Guggenheim. It stars Jay Hernandez as Thomas Magnum, a private investigator and former Navy SEAL who solves crimes in Hawaii. It is a reboot of the series of the same name created by Donald P. Bellisario and Glen A. Larson, which aired from to The series co-stars Perdita Weeks, Zachary Knighton, Stephen Hill,[2]Amy Hill, and Tim Kang.

The pilot was directed by Justin Lin.[3] It was ordered to series on May 11, , and premiered September 24, , on CBS. On October 19, , it was announced that the series had received a full season order from CBS.[4] In January , CBS renewed the series for a second season which premiered on September 27, [5][6] In May , CBS renewed the series for a third season which premiered on December 4, [7][8] In April , the series was renewed for a fourth season,[9] which premiered on October 1, [10]

Magnum P.I. takes place in the same fictional universe as two other series, both also developed by Lenkov and both also reboots of earlier crime shows: Hawaii Five-0 and MacGyver. The three shows have been collectively referred to as the "Lenkov-verse".[11]

Initially, the series aired on Monday nights at p.m., but since Season 2, it has aired on Friday nights in the same timeslot, immediately followed by Blue Bloods starring Tom Selleck, who portrayed the original series' title character.

Premise[edit]

As in the original series, the reboot follows Thomas Magnum, a former Navy SEAL turned private investigator who occupies the guest house on Robin's Nest, the Hawaiian estate owned by famous author Robin Masters. Also living on the estate are Juliet Higgins, a former MI6 agent assigned by Masters to protect the estate, and native Hawaiian Kumu Tuileta, who is the estate's cultural curator. (Juliet Higgins replaces the male character Jonathan Higgins from the original series.)

Juliet often assists Thomas with his cases, and becomes a full partner in the P.I. agency during season 2. Magnum is also frequently assisted by two former U.S. Marines, Orville "Rick" Wright and Theodore "T.C." Calvin. Rick is now a bar owner, while T.C. is a pilot whose main business is running helicopter tours of the islands.

Magnum tends to butt heads with HPD Detective Gordon Katsumoto, but the two also help each other when needed.

Cast[edit]

Magnum PI characters. From left to right: Thomas Magnum, TC Calvin, Gordon Katsumoto, Juliet Higgins and Rick Wright.

Main[edit]

  • Jay Hernandez as Thomas Magnum, a former Navy SEAL who is a security consultant for the successful novelist Robin Masters, living in the guest house on his estate, while also working as a private investigator.
  • Perdita Weeks as Juliet Higgins, a former MI6 agent who is majordomo to Robin Masters and later the legal owner of Robin's Nest; she and Magnum bicker but become allies.
  • Zachary Knighton as Orville "Rick" Wright, a Marine veteran and former door gunner, who runs his own tiki bar and has a reputation as a playboy.
  • Stephen Hill as Theodore "T.C." Calvin, a Marine veteran and pilot who runs helicopter tours of Hawaii while helping Magnum and Higgins when needed.
  • Amy Hill as Teuila "Kumu" Tuileta, the curator for the cultural center on Robin Masters' estate.
  • Tim Kang as HPD Detective Gordon Katsumoto, who outwardly dislikes Magnum but usually comes to his aid when needed. In return, Katsumoto has sometimes requested help from Magnum and Higgins on cases that HPD cannot officially investigate.

Recurring[edit]

  • Domenick Lombardozzi as Sebastian Nuzo (season 1; guest season 2)
  • Corbin Bernsen as Francis "Icepick" Hofstetler (seasons 1–3)
  • Christopher Thornton as Kenny "Shammy" Shamberg
  • Bobby Lee as Jin Jeong (season 2–present)
  • Betsy Phillips as Suzy Madison (season 3; guest seasons 2 & 4)
  • Jay Ali as Dr. Ethan Shah (season 3–present)
  • Lance Lim as Dennis Katsumoto (season 3–present)
  • Chantal Thuy as HPD Detective Lia Kaleo (season 4)
  • Martin Martinez as Cade Jensen (season 4)

Crossover characters from Hawaii Five-0[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Series overview[edit]

Season 1 (–19)[edit]

Main article: Magnum P.I. ( TV series, season 1)

Season 2 (–20)[edit]

Main article: Magnum P.I. ( TV series, season 2)

Season 3 (–21)[edit]

Main article: Magnum P.I. ( TV series, season 3)

Season 4 ()[edit]

Main article: Magnum P.I. ( TV series, season 4)

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

On October 20, , it was announced that CBS was developing a reboot of the original series from Peter M. Lenkov who also developed the reboot of Hawaii Five-O and the reboot of MacGyver.[81] At the time CBS ordered a pilot production commitment for the series while[81] Lenkov and Eric Guggenheim, a Hawaii Five-0 writer and co-showrunner, were announced developers.[82]John Davis and John Fox of Davis Entertainment were reported as additional executive producers.[83]CBS Television Studios and Universal Television co-produced the series.[82] Danielle Woodrow was also later announced to be serving as an executive producer.[84] The series was initially picked up by CBS for thirteen episodes[85] and an additional seven episodes were later ordered.[86][87] On January 25, , Magnum P.I. was renewed for a second season along with two other CBS freshman series.[88] Peter M. Lenkov returned for the second season as an executive producer and co-showrunner after signing a three-year deal with CBS Television Studios in [89][90] Eric Guggenheim also returned as executive producer and co-showrunner.[91] It was later revealed that the second season would consist of twenty-episodes.[92] On May 6, , CBS renewed the series for a third season, along with eighteen other television shows.[93] On July 7, , it was revealed that co-showrunner, executive producer, and co-developer Peter M. Lenkov would not have any involvement in the third season after being fired from CBS over toxic work environment allegations.[94] Lenkov was originally expected to continue work on the series throughout the season as part of the previously signed deal.[95][96]Lucas Till who portrays the title character of Angus MacGyver on MacGyver stated that Lenkov made him suicidal and constantly body shamed him.[97] Lenkov's lawyers initially denied all allegations.[98] Lenkov later responded to the situation by stating "It's difficult to hear that the working environment I ran was not the working environment my colleagues deserved, and for that, I am deeply sorry. I accept responsibility for what I am hearing and am committed to doing the work that is required to do better and be better."[99] Lenkov still received writing credits for various episodes throughout the season written prior to his termination.[]Gene Hong replaced Lenkov as co-showrunner joining other co-showrunner Eric Guggenheim who also co-developed and executive-produces for the series.[] On October 27, , it was reported that the third season would have a reduced episode order of sixteen-episodes as a result of the COVID pandemic.[] On April 15, , CBS renewed the series for a fourth season,[9] which premiered on October 1, [10]

Filming[edit]

The pilot episode filmed in March and April of at Hawaii Film Studio.[][] It was directed by Justin Lin, who also directed other CBS pilots.[84] The rest of the first season began filming on July 23, , with a traditional Hawaiian blessing.[84][] Filming for the series takes place in the state of Hawaii on the island of O'ahu at Kalaeloa Studio.[] The fictional Robin’s Nest Estate where Magnum and Higgins lives is located at Kalaeloa Ranch a location which Jurassic World also used as a filming location.[] Other filming locations include numerous beaches including Maili, Waikiki, and Kapolei.[]

A central theme of the original series was Magnum's constant, if not always approved, use of Mr. Master's vehicles. Then Magnum almost exclusively favored his Ferrari GTS which has become a cultural icon, inextricably linked to the series, such that it was briefly shown in the pilot episode. In the production team updated his favored vehicle to a Ferrari Spider.[] Both cars are a mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive, 2-seat, roadster variant of the current V8 Ferrari.

Filming for the second season also began with a traditional Hawaiian blessing on July 8, [] A new filming location in the second season is the La Mariana Restaurant, an operating Tiki Bar in Hawaii.[] On July 1, , it was revealed that the series was eyeing a delayed mid-August start date to begin filming as a result of the COVID pandemic.[] September 14, was later stated as a tentative start date.[] Filming for the season began two days later on September 16, , with a traditional Hawaiian blessing.[] COVID protocols were required on set including the wearing of masks, social distancing, COVID testing, and reduced cast and crew on set.[]

Casting[edit]

On February 20, , it was announced that Jay Hernandez had been cast as Thomas Magnum, who was portrayed by Tom Selleck in the original series.[]Perdita Weeks was cast as Higgins on March 2, []Zachary Knighton and Stephen Hill were later cast as Orville "Rick" Wright and Theodore "T.C." Calvin, respectively.[][]Tim Kang and Amy Hill were the last two to be cast in the series as Detective Gordon Katsumoto and Kumu, respectively.[][]Kimee Balmilero, Taylor Wily, and Dennis Chun all appeared as their Hawaii Five-0 throughout the first season.[] Chun guest starred on the original Magnum, P.I. as various minor characters throughout its run.[]Domenick Lombardozzi, Ken Jeong, and Christopher Thornton were cast in recurring roles.[][][]

Former NFL and CFL football player, Carl Weathers, MLB baseball player, Christian Yelich, and NASCAR driver Ryan Blaney all appeared as guest stars.[][][]Roger E. Mosley who starred as Theodore Calvin in the original Magnum, P.I. guest starred in one episode.[] Selleck stated in an interview that he would never appear in the series even though he was asked as not to take away from the original Magnum, P.I. and due to conflicting filming of Blue Bloods which also airs on CBS.[] Thornton continued to recur throughout the second and third seasons.[]Bobby Lee was introduced as a new recurring character in the season and also returned for a guest appearance in the third.[] Numerous professional athletes appeared in guest roles throughout the season including Deontay Wilder, a World Boxing Council heavyweight champion, Aaron Donald and Andre Reed, National Football League players, Hans Hedemann, a competitive surfer, and Cowboy Cerrone, an Ultimate Fighting Championship mixed martial artist.[][][][]Patrick Monahan, Skyler Grey, Jerry Becker, and Luis Carlos Maldonado appeared as themselves and performed as their real world band Train.[] Betsy Phillips, series star Zachary Knighton's wife, appeared in the first seasons final episode.[] Balmilero, Wily, and Chun also made appearances throughout the second season as their Hawaii Five-0 characters.[] Other Hawaii Five-0 actors new to the second season include series regulars Meaghan Rath, Katrina Law, Beulah Koale, and Ian Anthony Dale all who appeared as their Hawaii Five-0 characters.[][][] In addition, guest stars from Hawaii Five-0 including Larry Manetti, Willaim Forsythe, Shawn Mokuahi Garnett, Willie Garson all appeared as the same characters from Hawaii Five-0 as well.[][][] Manetti previously starred on the original Magnum, P.I. as Rick Wright.[] On October 16, , it was announced that Jay Ali had been cast in a recurring role for the third season as Dr. Ethan Shah.[][] It was later revealed that Lance Lim would also recur in the third season.[] Mosley again returned as a guest star in the third season.[] Balmilero, Chun, and Garnett from Hawaii Five-0 continued appearances in the third season despite Hawaii Five-0's cancellation.[][] On August 27, , it was reported that Chantal Thuy joined the cast in an undisclosed capacity for the fourth season.[] On September 28, , it was reported that Martin Martinez joined the cast in a recurring capacity for the fourth season.[]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

Magnum P.I. has been met with mixed reviews. On review aggregation Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds an approval rating of 57% with an average rating of /10, based on 21 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "The rebooted Magnum P.I. may not be quite distinctive enough to hold up to comparisons with its source material, but a charismatic star, slickly staged action, and a handful of modern twists hint at greater potential."[]Metacritic, which uses a weighted average, assigned the series a score of 48 out of based on 18 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews."[]

Ratings[edit]

Overall[edit]

Summary[edit]

References[edit]

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Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnum_P.I._(_TV_series)
Magnum P I CAST ★ REAL AGE AND NAME !
Title Written by Directed by Original air date Production code Island VibesEric Guggenheim & Gene HongBryan SpicerOctober 1, S4E1.jpgAs Magnum tries to keep his new relationship a secret and handles cases solo while Higgins is away, he is tasked with finding a single mom being hunted by two very dangerous gangs. Also, while Higgins is abroad with Ethan, a misstep forces her to assist an old employer, and Rick gets some bad, but also very, very good news. The Harder They FallDavid WolkoveDoug HannahOctober 8, S4E2.jpgWhile Magnum and Higgins reunite and work the case of a construction worker’s tragic death, TC and Shammy get skyjacked by a pair of drug runners posing as tourists. Texas WedgeGene Hong Antonio Negret October 15, S4E3.jpgMagnum, Higgins and Rick go undercover at a ritzy country club when a young caddie is fired after being accused of stealing a member’s golf clubs. Also, Jin's niece, unaware of her uncle's shady past, asks him to speak at her school. Those We Leave BehindBarbie KligmanAllison Liddi-BrownOctober 22, S4E4.jpgHiggins' therapist hires her to look into why one of her teenage patients died of suicide. Til DeathKatie VarneyEagle EgilssonNovember 5, S4E5.jpgWhen Magnum and Higgins are hired by an anxious groom to look into his bride-to-be on the eve of their wedding, what they think is a simple case of cold feet turns into a web of lies and a life-or-death situation for Higgins. Also, TC makes a touching decision on how to help Cade. Devil On The DoorstepTera TolentinoClaudia Yarmy November 12, S4E6.jpgA journalist hires Magnum to track down his anonymous source after they mysteriously go dark, and Higgins receives a new assignment from MI Also, Rick's old friend comes to the island, but TC is suspicious of his motives.
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