ToonSchool's Genius, Geek, Prodigy and Nerd Club
The many members of the G.G.P.N. include:
Susan and Mary Test
Double D (Ed, Edd, 'n' Eddy)
Dexter (Dexter's Lab)
Jim and Tim Possible (Kim Possible)
Kevin, Tyler, Shope, and Roach (SuperNoobs)
Amanda Lipton (Dr. DimensionPants)
Kin Kujira (Grojband)
Penny Sanchez (ChalkZone)
Melissa Chase (Milo Murphy's Law)
Hartman Season 12 characters
Idara Victor – Detective Olivia Street (Season 12) replaces Grieco
Tony Goldwyn - District Attorney Gideon Chess (Season 12) replaces Fontana
- In this season:
- Lowry has marital problems.
- Lauren and Beth will have their babies together in the finale.
- Vargas, Ramsay, Shane, and Lowry get the chance to become part of a task force shortly before the finale.
- Temple, Thorne, and Sanders return in guest appearences throughout the season.
- Gordon sues for visitation rights with Angela and Jonathan and many of his other illegitimate children, but fails.
- He also has several family members and a couple of police officers involved in a conspiracy going back to when Gordon and his brother were children.
- Dekker considers a promotion to state attorney.
- In the finale, Ng is promoted to detective, Brooks transfers back to the MCS, Barrera retires and is replaced by Lt. Joseph, Rook also retires and becomes Castillo's new partner, Dekker decides on his future, and TBA takes over Shane's position as she Vargas, Ramsay, and Lowry depart.
Vargas & Shane characters
Victoria Justice – Detective Ariel Vargas
Elizabeth Gillies - D.D.A. Morgan Shane
Wentworth Miller - Detective Mike Ramsay
Jamie Bamber - D.A. Investigator Richie Lowry
Rose McGowan - FBI Special Agent Camille Etheridge
Boris Kodjoe - ATF Special Agent Jerome Chapel
Clayne Crawford - ICE Special Agent Owen Scott
Katrina Law - DEA Special Agent Alexis Lee
Danny Pino - CHP Officer Luis Cisnero
Richard Schiff - ASA Neil Crown
Taraji P. Henson* - Lieutenant Deidre Joseph
Mike Vogel* - NCIS Special Agent Danny Burnett
Alan Powell* - FBI Special Agent Wesley Wayne
Thomas Gibson* - ICE Special Agent Royce Cole
RZA* - Deputy U.S. Marshal Moses Jones
Troy Winbush* - CHP Sergeant Aaron Hobbs
Joel Courtney* - Detective Jack Hartman
Brenda Song* - Detective Sunny Ng
Beau Garrett* - Beth Greico
Rush Hour Season 2-8 characters/cast changes/storylines
Wendie Malick as Captain Lindsay Cole (season 1-4, 7-8, regular; season 5-6 recurring)
Jessika Van as MSS Agent Kim Lee (season 2-6, regular; season 1, 7-8 recurring)
Ben Rosenfield as Officer Ronnie Bryant (season 2-8, regular)
Kristin Kreuk as A.D.A. Isabelle Yang (season 2-5, regular; season 6-8, recurring)
AnnaSophia Robb as Crime Analyst/Officer Cassie Wilbourne (season 4, regular; 2-3, recurring)
Brock Brenner as Lucas Bryant (season 2-8, recurring), Ronnie and Cassie's precocious young 5-year-old son.
Zac Efron as Detective Logan Bryant (season 2-8, recurring), Ronnie's older, ex-military brother, who works in the Anti-Gang Unit
Cristián de la Fuente as Dr. Antonio "Tony" Cortez (season 3-5, 7-8, recurring), Didi's surgeon ex-husband, and Derrick's father.
Corey Hawkins as Keath Perry Carter (season 3-8, recurring), an Army Ranger, Carter's younger brother, and Gerald's second cousin. Secretly an NCIS agent
Tequan Richmond as Officer Roger Ellis (season 8, regular, season 2-7, recurring), Ronnie's best friend, and fellow officer.
Nicole Beharie as Agent Kendra Patrick (season 4-5, regular; season 3, 6-8, recurring), an ATF Agent and Carter's love interest.
Jerry Ferrara as Hector Amonte (season 5-6, regular; season 8, guest), tech analyst, Cassie's successor, and Didi's love interest.
Cheech Marin as Carlos Diaz (season 4-8, recurring), retired LAPD sergeant & Didi's father.
Tim Daly as Lieutenant Harmon Grey (season 5-7, regular), Cole's successor during her reassignment.
Nicola Peltz as Frances Minnerath (season 7-8), ex-black hat hacker, tech analyst, Amonte's successor, and aspiring FBI agent.
Vanessa Hudgens as Detective Tory Nero (season 8), CSI expert, and Didi's new partner
Bryant Family (season 2-8):
Craig T. Nelson as Steve Bryant, LAPD Deputy Police Chief, father
Bonnie Bedelia as Anna Bryant, mother
Jeremy Sisto as Dean Bryant, former LAPD officer-turned-lawyer, father of four.
Tom Welling as Nathan Bryant, DEA Agent, father of two.
Jonathan Chase as Archer Bryant, CGIS Agent, father of soon-to-be three.
Zac Efron as Logan Bryant, police detective and ex-Marine.
Chris Colfer as Alexander "Alex" Bryant, fashion designer
Ben Rosenfield as Ronald "Ronnie" Bryant, doctor-turned-police officer, father of one.
- Child prodigy, graduated high school at 12, college at 14
- Graduated from med school at age 18, and completed residency at 21
- During first year of residency, he and childhood sweetheart Cassie Wilbourne concieved son Lucas, though she kept this hidden from him for the first five years of Lucas's life
- At age 24, he was inspired by his brothers to change careers and become a cop, though he maintains his medical license.
Max Records as Slade Bryant, weed distributor and bartender.
- NCIS: Los Angeles (Season 2)
- Scorpion (Season 2)
- Hawaii Five-0 (Season 4)
- Unforgettable (Season 6)
Future fanon names for L.A. cop drama Three Shades.
- Det. Demitrius Wade - Justin Cornwell
- Det. Robin Taylor - Genevieve Angelson
- Det. Yelina Flores - Natalie Morales
- Det. Atticus Coho - Cameron Bright
- Sgt. Andrea Scallitti - Elizabeth Laidlaw
- Cpt. Vince Girardi - Tim DeKay
- Corey Morales - Alejandro Hernandez
- Moses Johnson - Stephen Rider
- Adina Jones - Andrea Bordreaux
- Sgt. Walker Kay - Colin Donnell
- Paige Sykes - Mercedes Mason
- Gavin Barnes - Blair Underwood
- Hailey Holt - Ellen Page
- Ramon Cortez - Richard Cabral
The Sullivans characters
- Lt. Hannah Wie - Kelly Hu
- Det. Alicia Pearce - Afton Williamson
- A.D.A. Joshua Saxe - Matthew Goode
- D.A. Investigator Lance Quelling - William "Big Sleeps" Stewart
- Lt. Henry Sykes - Ted Danson
- Det. Nathan Redbird - Taylor Lautner
- Det. John Lincoln - Daniel Di Tomasso
|Genre||Police procedural, comedy, action|
|Creator(s)|| Blake McCormick|
|Starring|| Justin Hires|
|Country of origin||America|
|Language(s)||English, Japanese, Latin|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||26|
|Executive producer(s)|| Toby Emmerich|
|Running time||40-45 minutes|
|Original channel|| CBS (2016; Season 1)|
Netflix (2017-present; Season 2-present)
|First shown in|| March-August 2016 (CBS)|
May 2017-present (Netflix)
|Original run||March 31, 2016 – present|
|401||"Meet the (Future) In-Laws"|