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This series makes the most of its Hawaiian setting by sending private eye Thomas Magnum all over Oahu righting wrongs -- at least when he isn't dealing with security at the posh estate (dubbed Robin's Nest) of absentee owner, and celebrated-but-unseen author, Robin Masters and clashing with stuffy British butler Higgins. T.C. and Rick, buddies from Magnum's days in the military, help him out with cases. Magnum is provided nearly unlimited use of many of Masters' luxury items, including a Ferrari.

Latest episodes

aired 233 days ago
TC offers to fly his friends to their Christmas Eve destinations, only to crash on a remote island used for Navy target practice.
aired 235 days ago
Capsized Thomas clings to childhood memories for courage as a powerful current threatens to sweep him out to sea.
aired 242 days ago
Higgins' illegitimate half brother, Father Paddy MacGuiness (John Hillerman in a dual role), arrives seeking a stolen relic.
aired 242 days ago
One third of a robbery trio goes into labor at a storm-tossed party where a guest plans to kill host Robin Masters.
aired 249 days ago
A friend cons unwitting Thomas and TC into delivering an encyclopedia concealing a marijuana shipment.
aired 249 days ago
After being nearly mowed down by a private plane that crashes into the estate's tidal pool, Magnum befriends the pilot.
aired 256 days ago
Magnum crosses paths with a retired New York policeman (Frank Sinatra) trailing a girl's murderers.
aired 256 days ago
A teller (Carol Burnett) traps Magnum in a bank vault where they find counterfeit money she suspects belongs to her forger father.
aired 263 days ago
A lifeguard pal of Magnum's suddenly shows up first driving a new sports car, then as a battered body in the surf.
aired 263 days ago
An accident involving Higgins leads Magnum to a killing that occurred 40 years ago in a Japanese internment camp.
aired 270 days ago
An elderly woman (Sylvia Sidney) arrives claiming to be Robin Masters' high-school English teacher; guest Joseph Wiseman.
aired 270 days ago
Rivalry develops between basketball-team sponsors Thomas and TC when a teenage player (Dana Hill) arrives with her crafty parents.
aired 277 days ago
Magnum encounters modern samurai while helping his friend Tozan (Mako) avoid obligatory suicide by recovering an artifact.
aired 277 days ago
Magnum inherits $50 million from a practical joker, and with it the enmity of the man's family.
aired 284 days ago
Magnum cannot believe that his friend and former Army nurse (Marcia Strassman) is responsible for the deaths of three patients under her care.
aired 284 days ago
A cocktail waitress (Kathleen Lloyd) hires Magnum when she is told she can't scatter her father's ashes at Pearl Harbor.
aired 298 days ago
Magnum reluctantly agrees to protect a tennis star (Kim Richards) from the alleged intimidation of an old friend.
aired 298 days ago
Magnum searches for an aging wrestler's (Ernest Borgnine) son, whom his father has not seen for over 30 years.
aired 305 days ago
Higgins is accused of murder after his fencing opponent dies at his hands.
aired 305 days ago
Magnum slips into a 1930's time warp while trying to clear a union leader of a murder charge.
aired 312 days ago
Mau Mau warriors come to Hawaii to kill Higgins as revenge for British improprieties.

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Thomas Magnum is a decorated former Navy SEAL who, upon returning home from Afghanistan, repurposes his military skills to become a private investigator. A charming rogue, an American hero and a die-hard Detroit Tigers fan, Magnum has Juliet Higgins and her Dobermans to keep him in line, as well as his trusted buddies and fellow POW survivors T.C. and Rick when he needs back-up on a job. With keys to a vintage Ferrari in one hand, aviator sunglasses in the other, and an Old Düsseldorf longneck chilling in the fridge, Thomas Magnum is on the case.
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