Watch Leilani (the backstory) Episodes 1-5

                                                                                                            Ruby Mercado

Leads the Hawaiian Sovereignty cast for the second half of season one as Special Protection Agent in Charge, Emily Morton.  Emily has her work cut out for her as she has to balance protecting the newly elected President of the United States while at the same time trying to have a personal life and not let her feelings about the Hawaiian sovereignty movement cloud her judgement.

Production on season one has wrapped for the year and we are currently finishing post production.  

This TV series will be shown throughout the country in syndication for the 2016/17 TV season.   Check your local listings starting near the end of this year,

Hawaiian Sovereignty TV series is a fictional series based on historical facts.  Cineplex Studios presents the real life struggle of the Hawaiian sovereignty movement that continues to this very day told for the first time in dramatic format for the world to see. We invite you to come along with us as we venture into the real life struggles of the Hawaiian people and the United States Government as the Hawaiians they fight anyway they know how, to reclaim their land while the United States Government deals with political in-fighting to keep things the way they are.  

Production Update for season 2

Tuti Kanahele who is a college professor at the Windward Community college on Oahu is the Cultural Advisor for Hawaiian Sovereignty will now also be producing the first two episodes of Hawaiian Sovereignty season 2, set to be filmed on Oahu, Hawaii early 2017.

Tuti was the person who inspired the series by noticing all the Korean soap operas being sold in Hawaii, but there were no Hawaii stories being told and available to sell to the public.  This is the story of how this series got started.

“It’s beautiful...I like it!”

      Tuti Kanahele, Oahu Hawaii