In the finale, Kevin will come out of retirement briefly to continue his undercover work in an ongoing police investigation.
Kevin Gable, a newly retired police officer living with his wife Donna and their three children, is looking forward to raucous adventures with his fellow retired cop friends.But things take a turn when his college-age daughter Kendra announces she's quitting school to work and support her nerdy boyfriend Chale, who claims to be developing an app that will make them rich.Kevin James and Leah Remini will again play husband-and-wife on a CBS sitcom — though there’s a bit of a catch with this one.The duo is set to reunite for the two-part season finale of “Kevin Can Wait,” James’ new CBS sitcom."I wanted to work with Kevin again, so I was really honored and touched that they’d bring me back for such an important episode."‘Remini’: Mentally ill ex-Scientologist claims he was ‘locked in a room’ for treatment Their easy working relationship "is not something you find all the time," she adds.
Between takes, they snap selfies and get down to local hero Billy Joel, whose songs blare through the speakers as the crew sets up the next shot. and "a guy that's gonna get whacked on The Sopranos" when he saunters down the stairs in a red-and-black tracksuit.
I can’t wait for you to see what @kevinjames and I are working on!
#Kevin Can Wait.” In another post, Leah shared a beautiful photo of herself with Kevin on the beach and captioned it, saying James’ wife Steffiana took the photo and said that as a wife she was excited to see her husband reuniting with his wife.
Fans of “The King of Queens” (pictured ) will want to circle Monday, May 1 on their calendars.
Viewers will get a double dose of nostalgia, as Remini will return the following week for the actual Season 1 finale episode.
He mulled a small-screen reunion with Remini throughout Kevin's first season, which averaged 9.3 million viewers to become TV's top-rated new comedy."It was always about how to do it the right way," he says.