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[[caption-width-right:350:Jay Hernandez as Thomas Magnum]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Jay Hernandez [[caption-width-right:350:Creator/JayHernandez as Thomas Magnum]]


''Magnum, P.I.'' is the 2018 version of the [[Series/MagnumPI original series]]. Itís about a former Navy SEAL who settles in Hawaii, and uses his military expertise to become a private investigator.

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''Magnum, ''Magnum P.I.'' is the 2018 version of the [[Series/MagnumPI original series]]. Itís about a former Navy SEAL who settles in Hawaii, and uses his military expertise to become a private investigator.



Creator/{{CBS}} airs the reboot. It was confirmed that ''Magnum, P.I.'' will be a part of the Series/{{Bellisarioverse}}, as Steve [=McGarrett=] from ''Series/HawaiiFive0'' will be making an appearance, the Five-0 unit is referred to regularly, and several characters from ''Five-0'' appeared in the first few episodes.

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Creator/{{CBS}} airs the reboot. It was confirmed that ''Magnum, ''Magnum P.I.'' will be a part of the Series/{{Bellisarioverse}}, as Steve [=McGarrett=] from ''Series/HawaiiFive0'' will be making an appearance, the Five-0 unit is referred to regularly, and several characters from ''Five-0'' appeared in the first few episodes.


* RaceLift:
** Luther Gillis is Asian-American.


The reboot was developed by Peter M. Lenkov (who developed the ''Series/MacGyver2016'' reboot) and Eric Guggenheim and stars Jay Hernandez as Thomas Magnum. The first episode aired on September 24, 2018 with a rating of 8.12 million viewers.

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The reboot was developed by Peter M. Lenkov Creator/PeterMLenkov (who developed the ''Series/MacGyver2016'' reboot) and Eric Guggenheim and stars Jay Hernandez as Thomas Magnum. The first episode aired on September 24, 2018 with a rating of 8.12 million viewers.


* TheCameo: "From the Head Down" has Japanese-American chef Roy Yamaguchi as a lead for Magnum in solving the case of a missing bluefin tuna fish.

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* TheCameo: "From the Head Down" has Japanese-American chef Roy Yamaguchi as a lead for Magnum in solving the case of a missing bluefin tuna fish. He comes back in "Game of Cat and Mouse".


* DieHardOnanX: "Knight Last Forever" has the Masters Estate taken over by armed men led by a couple of wacky fans of his.

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* DieHardOnanX: DieHardOnAnX: "Knight Last Forever" has the Masters Estate taken over by armed men led by a couple of wacky fans of his.

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* ATasteOfTheirOwnMedicine: A recurring bit is Higgins using her Dobermans to often chase Magnum around. In season 2, Magnum finds Higgins herself held at bay in a house by a large dog. He naturally can't help laughing at how she finally knows how it feels and even takes photos of it. To top it off, the dog had been ready to go after Higgins but immediately calms down and lets itself be petted by Magnum.


*** It also briefly showed the Ferrari 308GTS.

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*** It also briefly showed the Ferrari 308GTS.308GTS complete with "ROBIN 1" license plate [[spoiler: which later gets destroyed]].


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* ShellShockedVeteran: Magnum, Rick, TC and Nuzo were all captured and held prisoner by the Taliban for two years. The experience and subsequent escape rendered them not wanting to return to their respective homes after being discharged and Nuzo decides that they should all move to Hawaii for the therapeutic effects of the islands' vacation destination atmosphere.

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* BluffTheImposter: Magnum is placed on a mission with a pair of supposed CIA operatives. He talks to one of a past mission he was on with the guy replying he'd read about it in Magnum's file. Magnum then talks to the nervous tech guy on a diner not far from Holland Air Base where he had his training. When the two try the inevitable double-cross, Magnum reveals how he knew they were fakes: The "secret mission" was a plot from one of Master's books and the diner he mentioned to the other doesn't exist.


** "Day of the Viper" has Magnum and Higgins tracking a lead to hunt down an assassin known as Viper [[spoiler:Who turns out to be Higgin's old MI6 superior, Ian]]. Meanwhile, Rick masquerades as Magnum to check on a potential groom to be by the bride's parents out of concerns. Turns out that the waitress the groom was seeing is the fiancee, which resulted in the wedding called out out of paranoia.

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** "Day of the Viper" has Magnum and Higgins tracking a lead to hunt down an assassin known as Viper [[spoiler:Who turns out to be Higgin's old MI6 [=MI6=] superior, Ian]]. Meanwhile, Rick masquerades as Magnum to check on a potential groom to be by the bride's parents out of concerns. Turns out that the waitress the groom was seeing is the fiancee, which resulted in the wedding called out out of paranoia.

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* DieHardOnanX: "Knight Last Forever" has the Masters Estate taken over by armed men led by a couple of wacky fans of his.


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* LoonyFan: In "Knight Lasts Forever", Magnum and company have to deal with mercenaries led by a couple who are confessed fans of the White Knight series.


The show was renewed for the second season.

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The show was renewed for is airing the second season.

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* InsaneTrollLogic: When goofball crook Jin shows up, he's wearing an [[PaperThinDisguise obvious fake mustache and beard]]. He peels them off to show a much smaller mustache underneath. When asked, he explains that "people are looking for a guy with a mustache but by wearing one that's obviously fake, they won't know it's me!" Magnum and Higgins can only stare.


Creator/{{CBS}} airs the reboot. It was confirmed that ''Magnum, P.I.'' will be a part of the Franchise/{{Bellisarioverse}}, as Steve [=McGarrett=] from ''Series/HawaiiFive0'' will be making an appearance, the Five-0 unit is referred to regularly, and several characters from ''Five-0'' appeared in the first few episodes.

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Creator/{{CBS}} airs the reboot. It was confirmed that ''Magnum, P.I.'' will be a part of the Franchise/{{Bellisarioverse}}, Series/{{Bellisarioverse}}, as Steve [=McGarrett=] from ''Series/HawaiiFive0'' will be making an appearance, the Five-0 unit is referred to regularly, and several characters from ''Five-0'' appeared in the first few episodes.

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** "A Kiss Before Dying" has Magnum and Higgins stumble onto a grave that has the remaining of a HPD officer who went MIA. Rick and TC escort a woman who turned state evidence against her yakuza husband under US Marshals protection.

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