With Adam (Ian Anthony Dale) locked behind bars, it may appear that his relationship with Kono (Grace Park) is at the point where it is claimed to be at its worse. But come “Hawaii Five-0” season 7 premiere, the lovebirds are tipped to finally reunite and at least settle a bit with their married life.
Given Adam and Kono’s recent predicament, it is not necessarily far fetched to theorize that the two will be in a rush to lay the grounds for their future, more so with Adam who did not exactly have a pleasant family life. In fact, it was his Yakuza roots that were the main reason why he ended up behind bars.
“Hawaii Five-0” executive producer Peter Lenkov shared his insight on this plausible plot point in a recent chat with TV Guide. “I like to believe they’re going to be thinking about starting a family and about just trying to move on from all the bad in their life,” the Canadian writer dished, and added, “It brings them closer together, knowing that everything’s fleeting, and I think they’re looking at their relationship in a different way.”
If the police procedural goes down this path for Adam and Kono, it is safe to assume that it will, by no means, slow down their lives. If not, it may even be a struggle for them to put their future child’s safety first than just trotting their way to danger. Nevertheless, it will add a new dimension to the overall story of “Hawaii Five-0” where it will have the characters reconsider their life choices.
Aside from the reunion of the Noshimuris, fans will also be able to see Steve’s (Alex O’Loughlin) road to a full recovery after getting a liver transplant with the help of Danno (Scott Caan).
Expect no time jump incorporated when the series come back for its new installment as it will pick up almost exactly where its previous iteration left off.
“Hawaii Five-0” season 7 will premiere on Sept. 23. It will air every Friday night, 9 p.m. ET on CBS.