Today, October 11th, Emily is celebrating her birthday. I’d like to wish a Happy Birthday to Emily!
The Finder returns – or debuts, however you want to look at it – January 12 on Fox, after Bones’ midseason finale, which was awkwardly pushed back until next to serve as a lead-in for the spinoff.
If you can forgive the new show for taking the place of Bones, which goes on hiatus until the spring after January 12, due to Emily Deschanel’s maternity leave, it might actually be worth watching. In the nearly three-minute sneak preview below, the Fox show’s cast re-introduces – or in the case of newcomer Mercedes Masohn as Isabel (replacing Saffron Burrows’ Ike), introduces – their characters.
The show follows Walter Sherman (Geoff Stults) and his unique gift, being able to track things and people no one else can. Leo (Michael Clarke Duncan) is his legal adviser, bodyguard, friend … you name it. Take a look at The Finder below:
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Source: South Bend Tribune
The Fox drama “Bones” is testing unfamiliar waters this week — well, at least, unfamiliar shores.
The series about partners Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) began principal photography Saturday in London for this fall’s two-hour season premiere. It’s the first time the series has shot outside Southern California.
The Season Four opener, slated to air at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3 on Fox, has Brennan guest-lecturing at Oxford University and Booth speaking at Scotland Yard when they are asked by local officials to lend their expertise to a high-profile murder investigation involving a young British heiress.
The shooting schedule has the cast and crew in the U.K. for several weeks at locations that include Oxford, the Thames River, Tower Bridge, Lambeth Palace, official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and throughout the streets of the city. The episode is also aptly titled “Yanks in the U.K.”