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People who subscribe to Virgin Media's broadband TV deals will be able to catch a new crime series based on an old favourite from later this year.

The company has secured the exclusive UK rights for the remake of Hawaii Five-O and will broadcast the show, which stars Scott Caan, Daniel Dae-Kim and Grace Park, on its Bravo channel in the autumn.

According to the Guardian, the new version of the series – which originally aired from 1968 – has attracted plenty of interest during recent screenings.

Amy Barham, Head of Acquisitions at Virgin Media TV, told the newspaper: "Hawaii Five-O was the standout show at this year's LA Screenings and securing it exclusively for UK audiences demonstrates yet again Bravo's commitment to owning the very best in primetime US dramas."

Details of the deal have come after Virgin Media outlined the prices at which it will be offering its TV subscribers access to Sky's premium sports and movie channels.

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