Perdita Weeks, Cast & Writers Respond to NBC’s Cancellation of Shows – Deadline

NBC canceled Magnum IP and the show starring Jay Hernandez and Perdita Weeks will end after Season 5 Part 2.

Following the announcement that the series would not be moving forward, the show’s cast and production took to social media to share their thoughts.

Weeks, who plays Juliet Higgins in the crime drama, posted a photo of herself and her co-star on Instagram with a sunset backdrop.

“After a hell of a reminder, it’s time for us to Magnum PGotta leave at sunset,” she captioned the post. “Thank you so much for all the support and a big thank you to the entire cast and crew for half a decade of fun. Mahalo nui loa.

Stephen Hill, who played TC, shared Deadline article on his Instagram Stories and posted the following: “It was a STRONG race. Changed my life. Thanks for watching, everyone ! Thanks to all the cast and crew! Thanks, Hawaii! I can’t wait for you to see the continuation of season 5. Mahalo Nui Loa! Aloha Aku No, Aloha Mai No.

Stephen Hill reacts to the cancellation of ‘Magnum PI’

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Zachary Knighton, who plays retired Marine Sergeant Rick, tweeted“It’s been one hell of a ride! Thanks to all the fans for 5 amazing years. Love you all. Excited for what’s next!”

Amy Hill, who plays Kamu, tweeted: “Love the cast, crew, production staff, writers, cast…. Everyone and everything to do with MPI! What a gift these last 5 seasons have been. Huge hugs to all of our fans who went above and beyond.

Martin Martinez, who played Cade Jensen in Season 4, took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the show’s cancellation.

“Doom. Can #MagnumPI be saved again?!? Just wanted to say thank you to the whole team for making me a part of this Ohana, I got so many messages about how the Cades’ story resonated with so many. Grateful to the cast and crew for the journey. And the LOVE of the fans,” he said. tweeted.

The editorial team of Magnum IP also shared a statement on Twitter showing his gratitude for the support from fans.

“It was a great race but, unfortunately, it all has to end,” reads the statement. “We can’t wait for you to see the final ten episodes. We’re extremely proud of them. Thank you fans for all of your support for our show over the past five years. Thanks also to NBC, UTV, CBS- TV and of course the great state of Hawaii.

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