Video: HAWAII FIVE-0 Star Daniel Dae Kim Says Aloha to Canada

Before actor Daniel Dae Kim took to the stage to dish on HAWAII FIVE-0 — one of Global TV’s most popular imports — he took to the Shaw media press room to face the nation (of TV Critics) to dish on his affinity for Hawaii, what fans can expect from season season four and what differentiates HAWAII FIVE-0 from the rest of CBS’ primetime lineup. See for yourself, after the jump. [Read more…]

Today’s TV Addict Top 5: Questions with LOST Star Daniel Dae Kim

Last week, LOST co-executive producer Damon Lindelof hinted in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter that fans will more than likely be asking, “What did they mean by this?” after the show ends. Having just recently finishing shooting the finale, do you think fans will be satisfied?
Daniel Dae Kim: Given the nature of television it’s hard to please all the people all the time. But I will say I think the finale is true to Damon’s [Lindelof] vision of the show as he originally described it to me.

LOST still has a lot of questions to answer, should fans be prepared for a lot of them to be left up in the air?
I don’t think there will be a lot of questions left up in the air because I think quite frankly a lot of questions have been answered already. I think the writers have done a really good job of doling out answers with every episode. We know what the numbers mean, we know what the black smoke is, and there are significant answers to significant questions in the coming episodes as well.

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A LOST Spin-off We’d Like to See!


With pilot season kicking into high gear perfectly coinciding with LOST coming to an end, one of the biggest mysteries surrounding the show, well, aside from the whole ‘deal’ with the island and all, involves the question as to what’s next for the ridiculously talented ABC ensemble. After-all, just because Matthew Fox and Evangeline Lilly >pre-emptively put the kibosh on the obvious JACK AND KATE PLUS EIGHT spin-off that fans (okay, we) were so desperately clamouring for, doesn’t mean there still isn’t hope for the rest of the cast.

Which is why, before the ink dries on Daniel Dae Kim’s contract to headline the upcoming HAWAII FIVE-0 reboot by CBS, wanted to take the opportunity to pitch an alternative, inspired by our favorite Toronto TV critic Bill Harris.