EXCLUSIVE: Hawaii Five-0 star Scott Caan has been tapped as the male lead opposite Dania Ramirez in Fox’s Alert, a character-driven police procedural from The Blacklist showrunner John Eisendrath and Jamie Foxx, Sony Pictures Television and Fox Entertainment, sources tell Deadline.
Written by Eisendrath, Alert is about the Philadelphia Police Department’s missing person’s unit. When police officer Nikki Parker’s (Ramirez) son goes missing, she joins the LAPD’s Missing Person’s Unit to help other people find their loved ones, even as she searches for her own. Six years later, her world is turned upside-down when her ex-husband, Devon Zoellner (Caan), shows up with a proof-of-life photo of their missing boy. Or is it? The series is a procedural drama with a search for a missing person in each episode, that runs alongside the overarching storyline of Nikki and Devon’s quest to find out the truth about the person claiming to be their long-lost son.
Caan’s Devon is fearless, smart and calm and under stress. He thrived in the life and death world of war-torn Iraq—until the disappearance of his 11-year-old son brought him rushing back. Six years later, with his son still missing, his marriage over and his personal life a mess, he is asked by his ex to help find a young kidnap victim. [Source]
Former Hawaii-Five-0 co-lead Scott Caan is returning to CBS with a new hourlong starring vehicle, which he also is co-writing and executive producing. The network is in development on Topangaland, a drama co-written by Caan and SEAL Team creator Benjamin Cavell, with Caan intended to star. The project hails from Jerry Bruckheimer Television and CBS Studios, where the company is based.
In Topangaland, a laid-back ex-cop (Caan) works for his legendary father’s private detective agency, solving cases that take him from Malibu mansions to Topanga hippie communes to Venice back alleys and everywhere in between — all while navigating a thorny relationship with his dad and the rest of his unconventional family. [more at source]
Scott Caan Web celebrates today 6 years online since we first went fully online on August 23, 2014!
We want to thank each and everyone of you for all the support you’ve given us since then. We’d also like to celebrate Scott Caan‘s 44 birthday, wishing him a happy birthday staying safe, hoping for bigger and more successful years to come!
And as a proper celebration to Scott’s Birthday, we’ll be making our annual donation to A Walk on Water, one of the many charities that Scott supports, make sure to visit our Charity page and make a donation to an organisation of your choice.
Scott made a super short appearance in LA Originals. The move synopsis from Netflix:
A documentary about tattoo and graffiti artist Mister Cartoon and photographer Estevan Oriol isn’t just a Who’s Who of the iconic rappers they’ve worked with: it spotlights the impact of Los Angeles Chicano style and art on pop culture at large.
And because of how short it is, I decided to edit the parts together and hope Netflix won’t hit me with a copyright claim. Enjoy the clip and head to the gallery for HQ screencaptures.
The end is finally here… And what bittersweet one that was. I’ve updated the gallery with screencaptures of the Hawaii Five-0 finale that was titled Aloha.
Scott Caan Web celebrates today 5 years online since we first went fully online on August 23, 2014!
We want to thank each and everyone of you for all the support you’ve given us since then. We’d also like to celebrate Scott Caan‘s 43 birthday, wishing him a happy birthday spent with family & friends, hoping for bigger and more successful years to come!
To celebrate the site’s birthday, we decided to go all dark and put up a brand new layout on the site & the gallery made with love by my friend Jasper! Hope you guys like them as much as I do!