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Spoilers! We have two episode descriptions from TNT for the Murder in the First TV show's third season. Note: the season premiere has been rescheduled. Murder in the First, season three, will now premiere Sunday, June 26, 2016 at 10:00pm Et/Pt.
The Murder in the First TV series cast includes: Taye Diggs, Kathleen Robertson, Corey Reynolds, Michael Gaston, Sara Paxton, Raphael Sbarge, Lombardo Boyar, Ian Anthony Dale, Currie Graham, and Mimi Kirkland. Episode descriptions are after the jump.
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Check out photos from TNT's rescheduled third season premiere of the Murder in the First TV show, starring Taye Diggs and Kathleen Robertson. Murder in the First season three will now premiere Sunday, June 26, 2016 at 10:00pm Et/Pt. Delaying The Last Ship's two-hour season three premiere, in response to the Orlando shooting massacre, necessitated this scheduling tweak.
The Murder in the First season three premiere had originally been slated for June 19. The Murder in the First TV series cast includes: Taye Diggs, Kathleen Robertson, Corey Reynolds, Michael Gaston, Sara Paxton, Raphael Sbarge, Lombardo Boyar, Ian Anthony Dale, Currie Graham, and Mimi Kirkland.
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Official episodic photos for Bones season 11 episode 17, "The Secret in the Service," airing Thursday, May 26.
From Fox: "A drunk college student discovers the dead body of a Secret Service agent just before a presidential visit to the area. Booth is ready to hit the ground running and turns to Secret Service agent and former colleague Brandt Walker (guest star Michael Gaston) for information, but is surprised to learn the Secret Service has reservations about Booth?s involvement in the case. The team uncovers some shocking evidence that heightens the seriousness of the case, causing Booth to step up for his country. Meanwhile, Brennan is out sick with the flu and former intern Dr. Colin Fisher (guest star Joel David Moore) returns to the Jeffersonian to run lead on the case, but Brennan refuses to be kept out of the loop. Also, Hodgins takes his life into his own hands and »
His casting marks a reunion with “Murder in the First” co-creator Steven Bochco, as they worked together on “Blind Justice,” which was Bochco’s short-lived “NYPD Blue” follow-up that ran one season on ABC in 2005.
In the upcoming season of “Murder in the First,” Gaston will play Fred Arkin, a warm family man who is a DUI defense attorney in a high-profile case.
Most recently seen in the Oscar pic “Bridge of Spies,” Gaston had a large arc in NBC’s “Blindspot,” HBO’s first season of “The Leftovers” and Amazon’s “Man in the High Castle.” He’s also had guests spots on “The Good Wife,” “Bones,” “Law & Order: Svu” and “Chicago P.D.”
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Network: CBS, A&E
Episodes: 61 (hour)
TV show dates: September 20, 2011 -- January 22, 2016
Series status: Cancelled
Performers include: Poppy Montgomery, Dylan Walsh, Jane Curtin, Dallas Roberts, Tawny Cypress, James Hiroyuki Liao, Kevin Rankin, Michael Gaston, Daya Vaidya, Alani Anthony, Kathy Najimy, and E.J. Bonilla.
TV show description:
This crime drama revolves around Carrie Wells (Poppy Montgomery), a woman who has a (nearly) perfect memory. She can recall every place, day, and conversation that she's ever had. Unfortunately, she can't let go of the ones she'd rather forget, including the murder of her sister many years earlier. Unlike any other event in her life, Carrie can't recall some key details of that day when she and her sister were playing in the woods and it haunts her.
Years earlier, Carrie worked for the Syracuse Police Department »
5 items from 2016
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