Welcome to the Captain

After Marty lands Josh a meeting with the president of Paramount, Uncle Saul insists on helping him with his pitch. Meanwhile, Astrid stands in for Jesus at the front desk while he is busy checking the building’s smoke detectors

Monday, March 3 at 8:30 p.m. on A Channel

With help from Jesus and Uncle Saul, Josh tries to plan the perfect dinner for Hope. Meanwhile, Marty shacks up with Josh after being kicked out of his apartment by his live-in girlfriend.

Monday, February 18 / 8:30 p.m. on CTV

When Josh invites Hope to stay at his apartment for the weekend, Uncle Saul convinces him that it is a bad move, and persuades Josh to stay at Saul’s weekend retreat in order to make her jealous.

Monday, February 11 / 8:30 p.m.

In the premiere episode, Josh Flug, a one-time Hollywood hot shot, is persuaded by his friend, Marty, to move into the El Capitan apartment building, dubbed “The Captain” by its residents. With its eccentric group of tenants, he realizes this is the fresh start he needs.

In the premiere episode, Josh encounters El Capitan’s oddball lodgers on moving day. Among the odd tenants are resident know-it-all and former Three’s Company writer Uncle Saul (Jeffrey Tambor); femme fatale Charlene (Raquel Welch, The Three Musketeers), who welcomes Josh and every other new male tenant to El Capitan in her own seductive style; and Jesus (Al Madrigal), a gossipy doorman who knows all the residents’ innermost secrets. The folklore of this fabled apartment building continues to grow, and as each dweller quickly learns, the walls never stop talking.

Monday, February 4 / 8:30 p.m.

Welcome to the Captain is a comedy about a wildly eclectic group of people whose lives are intertwined through the place they all come home, a fabled Hollywood apartment building, El Capitan. Starring Chris Klein, Jeffrey Tambor and Fran Kranz, Welcome to the Captain airs Monday nights at 8:30 p.m. ET following Corner Gas, beginning Feb. 4. The series will also air on The Comedy Network beginning Feb. 8.

Monday nights at 8:30 p.m.