The actor's girlfriend, Kacy Byxbee, gave birth to the couple's first child, a daughter called Josie James, earlier this month (09Jul14), according to E! News.
A source claims Caan took time off from filming the hit Tv series to be by Byxbee's side as they welcomed their new bundle of joy.
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Details about the couple's big day have not been released, but the actor's publicist confirms her client and Jones wed recently in Hawaii.
The news comes six months after the now-newlyweds welcomed their first child together, son Lion, in October (13).
Continue reading: Alex O'loughlin Weds
'The Vampire Diaries' has been nominated for six Teen Choice Awards, while Justin Bieber and 'American Idol' are in the running for five.
The 'Never Say Never' hitmaker has received the highest individual number of nominations for the annual ceremony - Choice Male Artist, Choice Fashion Icon: Male, Choice Male Hottie, Choice Twit, and Choice Single by a Male Artist for 'Boyfriend' - with hit TV show 'The Vampire Diaries' leading the way overall with six nods.
The drama series is in the running for Choice Fantasy/Sci-fi series, Choice fantasy/sci-fi series actress for both Nina Dobrev and Kat Graham, Choice fantasy/sci-fi TV series actor for Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder, with the latter also up for Choice Male Hottie.
Continue reading: Justin Bieber Up For Teen Choice Awards
Kristen Stewart and the 'Twilight' franchise were the big winners at last night's People's Choice Awards.
Kristen Stewart and the 'Twilight Saga' were the big winners at last night's (05.01.11) People's Choice Awards.
The 20-year-old actress beat the likes of Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie to win Favourite Movie Actress, while 'Twilight Saga: Eclipse', the latest instalment in the vampire film franchise - in which Kristen plays Bella Swan - picked up three awards, including Favourite Movie.
Surpassing 'The Social Network' and 'Inception' for the gong, 'Eclipse' also won Favourite Drama Movie and Favourite On-Screen Team - for Kristen, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner - at the event, which was held at Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre.
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Tonight (Monday) officially marks the start of the 2010-11 television season, and several TV writers are noting that it is starting off with a flood of strong shows that will likely results in massive DVR usage. Indeed, in an interview with today's New York Times , Kelly Kohl, chief program scheduler for CBS, predicted that tonight's ratings results will lead to a closer examination of the effect of delayed viewing. And Angela Bromstad, president of primetime entertainment for NBC, told the newspaper, "The DVR numbers are going to be very, very important." CBS is launching the revival of Hawaii Five-O tonight, amid much industry buzz that it could become the top-rated hit of the season. But the pressure is particularly heavy on NBC, which debuts the heavily promoted The Event tonight. NBC has been attempting to make a comeback after years of dwelling in the ratings cellar and is heavily betting on The Event to shine on Mondays. Meanwhile, the Wall Street Journal notes that four-and-a-half hours of new primetime shows are premiering tonight -- with 17 new shows scheduled to debut this week. However, tonight's big winners are expected to be part hits Dancing With The Stars on ABC, Two and a Half Men on CBS, and House on Fox -- and then, of course, there's Monday Night Football on cable's ESPN.
Continue reading: Fall Season Arrives With A Bang
CBS unveiled its fall schedule today (Wednesday), surprising advertisers with an aggressive overhaul that includes dumping several shows, adding four dramas and two sitcoms, and shuffling some shows to different nights, including its hit series The Big Bang Theory (the highest-rated scripted show last week among adults 18-49) , which moves to Thursdays to anchor a comedy night that will do battle with NBC's traditional comedy night. It will be replaced on Monday nights by Mike and Molly , produced by the same company that produces Theory and Two and a Half Men . Monday will also mark the return of Hawaii Five-O , with Alex O'Loughlin as Steve McGarrett, a role created by Jack Lord, who died in 1998. A Wednesday night offering, The Defenders , starring Jim Belushi, apparently is unrelated to the CBS courtroom drama by the same name starring E.G. Marshall and Robert Reed that aired in the early 1960s. Among the CBS shows not returning are The New Adventures of Old Christine, Accidentally on Purpose, Ghost Whisperer and Numb3rs .
Continue reading: Cbs Making Bold Program Changes
Madonna is to be inducted into the US Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame next year, it has been announced.
Artists only become eligible to join the prestigious list 25 years after their first recording and with Madonna having secured her first US record deal in 1982, she was nominated for induction on September 17th this year.
Along with John Mellencamp, the Ventures, Leonard Cohen and the Dave Clark Five, the 49-year-old will be honoured at a ceremony in New York next month.
Born Madonna Louise Ciccone, the New Yorker's recent single Hung Up became one of the most successful releases of all time, hitting the number one spot in 45 countries and - as it was her 36th top ten hit - putting the singer level with Elvis Presley for the most top ten singles by any artist in the US.
Her subsequent single Sorry also topped the UK charts, making her the female artist with the most number one singles in the UK with 12.
Mellencamp became a voice for America's heartland with songs such as Pink Houses and Small Town while Cohen's importance in the singer/songwriter genre can not be understated.
The Ventures played an integral part in 1960s guitar rock, with surf classics such as Hawaii Five-O, and the Dave Clark Five were at the forefront of the British invasion movement with tracks such as Glad All Over.
"The 2008 inductees are trailblazers all unique and influential in their genres," said Joel Peresman, president and chief executive of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Foundation.
"From poetry to pop, these five acts demonstrate the rich diversity of rock and roll itself. We are proud to honour these artists and celebrate their contribution to rock and roll's place in our culture."
The inductees will be honoured on March 10th 2008 at New York's Waldorf-Astoria hotel.
Continue reading: Madonna Joins Hall Of Fame
Beloved MATLOCK star RICHARD LEE NEWTON died at him home in Texas on Friday (13JAN06). He was 79.
The actor, who played JUDGE RICHARD COOKSEY on the long-running detective drama, was also an acclaimed TV producer and helped to create hit US shows like HONEY WEST and Hawaii Five-O.
Among his many acting roles, Newton also played characters in top 1950s shows like ZANE GREY THEATER and FRONTIER JUSTICE.
Continue reading: Matlock Star Newton Dead At 79
The DAREDEVIL actor would play STEVE McGARRETT in the detective film.
THIS IS THE LIFE star PEGGY RYAN has died from complications caused by two strokes, at the age of 80.
The veteran actress and dancer passed away on Saturday (30OCT04) in Las Vegas, Nevada's Sunrise Hospital, leaving behind her daughter KERRY ENGLISH, son SEAN SHERMAN, and five grandchildren.
Ryan famously starred in more than two dozen movie musicals including CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK, WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME and MISTER BIG and was well-known for her cinematic work with dance partner DONALD O'CONNOR.
Continue reading: Actress Peggy Ryan Dies