It's all Fox news (no, not the network) all the time.
Poor Community just can't catch a break.
You can't keep a good forensic anthropologist down.
These guys truly are in a league of their own.
Way to give Aaron Sorkin an even bigger ego, everybody.
Finally, something the whole world can agree on: dead bodies and crime scenes.
Some say warm weather means summer, but we go by light and fun TV shows.
This show was created as a spinoff of Bones, and they did a backdoor pilot during the course of the last season (which was awkward and terrible, like those things usually are). But the official premiere episode of The Finder didn't really have much in common with Bones at all: there was no quirky science, little in the way of gross corpses and no FBI agents. Instead, we got a former military man who has a special gift (not a learned one, like Brennan), a reluctant U.S. Marshal who helps him out on occasion, a big beefy partner and an insufferable juvenile delinquent serving probation at his bar for no real reason. The best and most original thing going for the show is the cute little maze in the title logo. In fact, this procedural "drama" feels more like a USA Network program than the spinoff of a once-clever Fox medical cop show.
Miss Hurley? Want to watch him be an expert on Alcatraz? Your very specific desire is in the process of being met!
Is the snowy weather bumming you out? Cheer up! There's plenty of exciting TV news today that will lift your spirits and some that will make your blood boil. At least anger is better than sadness!