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]
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.
I’ve updated the gallery with the missing screencaptures of the last few episodes of Hawaii Five-0.
I’ve updated the gallery with high quality screencaptures of Scott in last week’s episode of Hawaii Five-0.
I’ve updated the gallery with high quality screencaptures of Scott’s guest appearance on HBO’s Vice Principles last week.
as I explained on twitter, it looks like CBS switched episodes 2 & 3 because of the Vegas Shooting episode that happened last week. So episode 8.03 titled “Na La ‘llio” that was supposed to air tomorrow, actually aired last week. So that’s how I’m putting it in the gallery, under 8.03. Enjoy the screencaptures.
Hawaii Five-0 was back yesterday with another explosive episode where the team had to deal with the island being on fire. Scott looked really good and it was great seeing him interacting with the new team member Tani. Head out to the gallery to check out high quality screencapture of the episode.
As the tumultuous school year at North Jackson High continues, a new semester brings big changes – and Gamby and Russell are about to learn that the only thing harder than gaining power is holding on to it. The darkest comedy on television returns to finish what was started when VICE PRINCIPALS kicks off its nine-episode, second and final season SUNDAY, SEPT. 17 (10:30-11:00 p.m. ET/PT), with other new episodes debuting subsequent Sundays, exclusively on HBO.
Guest stars on the second season include Fisher Stevens (“The Grand Budapest Hotel”) as a scholarly rival to Gamby for Amanda’s attentions; Scott Caan (“Hawaii 5-0”) as a teambuilding trainer; Maya Love as Gamby’s daughter, Janelle; and Susan Park (“Fargo”) as Russell’s wife, Christine.