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Jennyâ€™s Choice #1
My first pick tonight is the series premiere of Lincoln Rhymes: Hunt for the Bone Collector on NBC. Aside from a clunky title (why not just leave it at Lincoln Rhymes?? But whateverâ€¦), this is another show that Iâ€™m totally, 100% on board with from the first mention of it. For one, itâ€™s a cop show, and you know I love those. Two, it stars Russell Hornsby, whom I loved on Grimm. And three, itâ€™s based on a great book series that I loved, by Jeffery Deaver.
Hornsby stars as titular character Lincoln Rhymes, a former NYPD detective who was injured in the line of duty â€“ paralyzed and unable to return to work. When the killer he was chasing at the time, the Bone Collector, seems to have returned three years later, something finally, FINALLY, piques his interest enough that he decides to take the police up on their offer to let him consultâ€¦because his mind is as sharp as it ever was. Also starring is Arielle Kebbel (Midnight, Texas) as NYPD Officer Amelia Sachs, who was smart enough on the scene of a murder to catch some important evidence, and itâ€™s through her that Lincoln will be able to view each scene and help track evidence. The show also stars Michael Imperioli (The Sopranos, Mad Dogs, Life on Mars, Law & Order, Detroit 187), Brooke Lyons (Sullivan & Son, Life Sentence), Ramses Jimenez (Vida), Roslyn Ruff (Bluegrass/Blood Red), Tate Ellington (The Brave, Quantico), Brian F. Oâ€™Byrne (Aquarius, Saints & Strangers), & Courtney Grosbeck.
Iâ€™ve seen tonightâ€™s pilot, and I was very, very happy with it. Russell Hornsby is great, as is (new to me) Arielle Kebbel. The cast has a fun chemistry, and the story lines are exciting. If this is at all your type of show, or heck, even if it usually isnâ€™t, give it a shot. You might be surprised!
Donâ€™t miss tonightâ€™s premiere on NBC at 8/7c.
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