Feb 23, 2012 09:00 PMTV Network - FOX
You can admit it, it's okay, you miss "Bones." We know, we all miss "Bones." Well, that series is going to be back in April with some pretty big stuff, but let us not forget that "The Finder" is a "Bones" spinoff. Yes, "The Finder" takes place in the same world as our beloved "Bones," and tonight "The Finder" will feature one of the stars of our beloved "Bones," TJ Thyne. Thyne, as all "Bones" fans know, plays Jack Hodgins (who, we don't mind telling you, is our King of the Lab). We don't know for certain that he'll playing Hodgins here tonight, the listing has him as 'Jack Jodgins,' but we think that's a typo.
Jul 14, 2012
A Miami mob boss enlists Walter's assistance in finding a voodoo doll he thinks was created to be used against him; Walter visits a witch who helps him find the person that might have made the doll; Isabel risks her life investigating a gang fight.
Jul 07, 2012
A friend of Isabel looks to Walter to find her father's murderer; Walter uncovers an inheritance that she was intended to get from her father; Walter believes some men at the racetrack were involved in her father's death; Willa applies to colleges.
Jul 01, 2012
A family hires Walter to locate their father, who has gone missing, but the only helpful information they have is part of a voice message; an FBI agent, who is also looking for the man, uses Walter to get information about the case.
Apr 06, 2012TV Network - FOX
We totally want to make a joke about how "The Finder" has found its new time slot or how you can now find "The Finder" in its new time slot, but we think we're better than that (we're not, we just think we are). Tonight's episode is going to feature the one and only Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson who, perhaps predictably, is going to be playing a media mogul. It is our understanding that Jackson's character is upset about some illegal downloading of music. Now, we would have pegged Jackson as the sort of guy to solve his own problems, but apparently his character sees things differently. Salli Richardson-Whitfield also guest stars.
Feb 09, 2012TV Network - FOX
You know how there are always those series which you feel like go away before their time? Well, for us, "Better off Ted" is one of those series, but we're quite pleased to see that one of its stars, Jonathan Slavin, will be a guest star tonight on "The Finder." Also appearing in a guest starring role on "The Finder" this week is Ever Carradine from the too-soon-cancelled "Eureka." She, of course, played Jack's sister on that series (which, yes, is coming back for one final season). Here, she's not going to be Walter's sister, but rather a 'Special Agent.' Slavin? He's going to be an amateur magician, a role which truly seems to fit the general types of characters he plays.