Tony Scott, who died on Sunday, was primarily known as a feature director, with such films as "Top Gun," "Crimson Tide" and "True Romance" standing out on his lengthy resume. But along with his brother, Ridley, Tony was also a prolific force in TV.
Starting in 1997, with a little-seen anthology series based on his debut feature, "The Hunger," Scott served as executive producer on a wide range of projects, including two hit CBS series,"Numb3rs" and"The Good Wife."
While Scott mainly directed high-end action films, his TV productions crossed a wide variety of genres, including thrillers ("The Andromeda Strain," "Coma"), historical drama ("Into the Storm," "The Pillars of the Earth") and even reality ("AFP: American Fighter Pilot")
Scott's most recent TV production, the two-part miniseries "Coma," is set to debut on A&E on Labor Day.