‘The Finder’ Is Not So Much a ‘Bones’ Spinoff, But Wins With Geoff Stults’ Quirks - Review

The Finder is called a Bones‘ spinoff, but apart from having the same creator, being a procedural show and having a quirky main character, the two shows are pretty different. In fact, you really don’t need to have ever watched Bones to watch The Finder. Unlike Private Practice, which had connections toGrey’s Anatomy through its main character, The Finder doesn’t really have any connections to Bones, apart for that one episode which first introduced the characters. Which is not to say it’s a bad thing, but just to encourage people that don’t watch Bones to tune in to The Finder, you might fall in love with it.

The premise of the series is pretty simple, Iraq war veteran, Walter Sherman (Geoff Stults) used to be the go-to guy to track down insurgents and deserters and finding improvised explosive devices (IEDs) during his time in the army. But after an exploding IED left Walter with severe brain damage, his skill expanded considerably, making him a "Finder." What it means is that Walter can find pretty much anyone or anything and he won’t stop until he has found them.

To help him, Walter has his legal advisor, Leo Knox (Michael Clarke Duncan) who "takes care of the money." He also owns the Ends of the Earth bar, which him and Walter also use as their office. Read More...



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