[05/17/11 - 12:13 PM]
Al Madrigal Joins as Contributor on Comedy Central's(R) "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" With His First Appearance Tonight at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT
The actor/comedian will address the topic of immigration with Jon Stewart in the studio.

[01/07/09 - 06:27 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, January 7
Updates include: Neil Flynn joins Patricia Heaton in ABC's "The Middle"; Kelsey Grammer lands a pilot at ABC; and newcomer Amy Gumenick to play Natalee Holloway for LMN.

[10/17/08 - 06:42 PM]
Development Update: Friday, October 17
Updates include: Brian Cox books a pair of roles at NBC; Iain Morris and Damon Beesley to import their U.K. series "The Inbetweeners" at ABC; and the usual mix of casting news.

[05/15/08 - 08:20 AM]
FOX Announces Primetime Slate for 2008-2009 Season
Two new dramas, three new comedies and one new unscripted show will join the network's schedule next season.

[04/14/08 - 05:48 PM]
Development Update: Monday, April 14
Updates include: Lifetime details its development slate; Frances Conroy and Christine Woods join CBS's "Journal"; and HBO to tackle the Walter Reed Hospital scandal.

[03/28/08 - 06:54 PM]
Development Update: Friday, March 28
Update include: Sara Rue, Simon Baker and Ian McShane all land pilots; ABC adds five projects to its pilot roster; and Jason Bateman to direct FOX's "The Inn."

[03/27/08 - 11:05 AM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 27
Updates include: "Dollhouse" adds quartet; Elisha Cuthbert to topline "NY-LON" for CBS; and ABC adds two pilots.

[02/20/08 - 02:22 PM]
'Knight Rider' Paces NBC's Week of FeB. 11-17, as the Network Ranks #2 in Adults 18-49
NBC spins the numbers for the week of February 11-17.

[02/12/08 - 01:37 PM]
Networks Plot Post-Strike Plans: 36 (And Counting) to Resume Production
With the strike on track to be lifted tomorrow, the broadcast networks are hard at work reconciling their plans for the rest of the 2007-08 season and beyond.

[02/12/08 - 12:48 PM]
Unscripted Series and Scripted Dramas Key NBC's Week of FeB. 4-10
NBC spins the numbers for the week of February 4-10.

[12/13/07 - 02:56 PM]
Premieres of "Welcome to the Captain" and "The New Adventures of Old Christine" Move to Monday, FeB. 4
The change is the result of the State of the Union Address being scheduled for Monday, January 28.

[12/03/07 - 03:07 PM]
Game Shows, Popular Reality Series, News Magazines, the Season Premieres of Two Returning Scripted Programs, and the Debut of a New Comedy Join CBS's Primetime Schedule in January and February
Ushering in the New Year is the game show POWER OF 10, reality favorites BIG BROTHER and SURVIVOR, the return of THE NEW ADVENTURES OF OLD CHRISTINE and JERICHO, the series premiere of the comedy THE CAPTAIN and original episodes of 48 HOURS MYSTERY.

[07/11/07 - 05:49 PM]
The Futon's First Look: "Welcome to the Captain" (CBS)

[06/08/07 - 05:39 PM]
Development Update: Week of June 4-8
Updates include: ABC's "Wanna Bet?" and CBS's "The Captain" set for midseason duty, A&E renews "Gene Simmons' Family Jewels" and Sam Waterston's Jack McCoy earns a promotion on NBC's "Law & Order."

[03/15/07 - 01:53 AM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 15
Updates include: Pilots lure Chris Klein, Jason Biggs, Ricki Lake and Michael McKean.

[03/14/07 - 01:20 AM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 14
Updates include: Penn Badgley, Polly Walker, Jake Busey and Melissa McCarthy all snag pilots while CBS eyes a new game show and FOX tables "NSA Innocent."

[03/08/07 - 12:05 AM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 8
Updates include: Pilots for Kal Penn, Jeffrey Tambor, Michelle Trachtenberg, Hector Elizondo, Mia Maestro, Adam Goldberg and many more!

[02/27/07 - 12:54 AM]
Development Update: Tuesday, February 27
Updates include: MTV adds six new series while Fred Willard, Christopher Titus, Dylan McDermott and Carrie-Anne Moss all land pilot gigs.

[02/22/07 - 12:24 AM]
Development Update: Thursday, February 22
Updates include: Jodi Lyn O'Keefe, Molly Shannon, Chi McBride, Oded Fehr, Samaire Armstrong and Ving Rhames are among the latest to land pilot gigs.

[02/12/07 - 12:41 AM]
Development Update: Monday, February 12
Updates include: Fran Kranz, Ana Claudia Talancon and Louise Lombard all set as pilot leads, plus casting news on seven other projects.

[01/19/07 - 12:37 AM]
Development Update: Friday, January 19
Updates include: The broadcast networks continue the pilot game while Bob Cooper's Landscape Entertainment lines up three scripts at FOX and NBC

2/4/08 - 3/3/08
canceled/ended (2007-2008 season)
completed airing its current season
1 (5 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
Missed an episode? Been wanting to catch up? This series is also available on:

confirmed as canceled on 3/27/08
(from CBS's press release) WELCOME TO THE CAPTAIN is a comedy about a wildly eclectic group of people whose lives are intertwined through the place they all call home, a fabled Hollywood apartment building, El Capitan, which they've dubbed "The Captain." Josh (Fran Kranz, "The TV Set"), is a Hollywood whiz kid whose filmmaking career has hit a wall. Just when Josh is about to move back to New York, his accountant-to-the-stars best friend, Marty (Chris Klein, "American Pie"), convinces him to move into his legendary apartment building. Among the eccentric tenants are Uncle Saul (Emmy Award nominee Jeffrey Tambor, "Arrested Development"), a former "Three's Company" writer who is the building's self-proclaimed expert on anything and everything; Charlene (Golden Globe Award winner Raquel Welch, "The Three Musketeers"), the femme fatale who welcomes Josh in her own seductive style; Jesus (comedian Al Madrigal), a gossipy doorman who knows all the residents' most tantalizing secrets, and Astrid (Valerie Azlynn, "Two and a Half Men") a flighty, aspiring young actress. Josh is most taken with the earthy, beautiful Hope, (Joanna Garcia, "Reba"), an aspiring acupuncturist who enlists him as a practice patient. The folklore of this fabled apartment building always continues to grow and, as each dweller quickly learns, the walls never stop talking.
· Al Madrigal as Jesus
· Chris Klein as Marty
· Fran Kranz as Josh
· Jeffrey Tambor as Saul
· JoAnna Garcia as Hope
· Raquel Welch as Charlene
· Valerie Azlynn as Astrid
· Anders Bard as CO-PROD
· Andrew Reich as EP
· Ellen Plummer as CO-EP
· John Hamburg as DIR (Pilot)
· John Hamburg as EP
· John Hamburg as WRTR (Pilot)
· Liz Astrof as CO-EP
· Mark Grossan as PROD
· Sherry Bilsing as CO-EP
· Ted Cohen as EP
· Tucker Cawley as CO-EP
· comedy (all)
· comedy (single-camera)
· Bernard Gayle Productions
· CBS Television Studios