After showing the world his unique "finding" skills on Bones, Walter Sherman (George Stults) returns to the small screen to lead his own spin-off series, The Finder. The one-hour procedural sheds light on Sherman's army past and what led to his extraordinary reputation to find the unfindable, as well as the new missions he's about to tackle with the help of his his unconventional team.
What to Expect from The Finder Season 1
fans already got a taste of Walter's unique gift and eccentric personality when Booth and Brennan went to Florida to work on case in the episode "Finder." (You can read the full recap here
.) But of course, the new series will go further by following Walter as he solves one mystery after another.
After leaving the military, where he became an expert in tracking improvised explosive devices, Walter continued to work as a "finder" of anyone and anything. His first post-military case involved finding the CIA boss' missing daughter. He successfully fulfilled this mission and he's been busy taking on various cases ever since.
Walter Sherman, however, is not alone. Lawyer Leo Knox (Michael Clarke Duncan) serves as his legal advisor. He's also the owner of The Ends of the Earth bar, which serves as Walter's office and headquarters. At the same time, he's also trying to raise troubled teenager Willa Monday (Maddie Hasson), who grew up on the wrong side of the tracks but is now working at the bar under Leo's protection.
Also featured on The Finder season 1 is Deputy U.S. Marshal Isabel Zambada (Mercedes Masohn), who serves as Walter's love interest. Though Isabel wants nothing more than to further her career in law enforcement, she may have to deal with distractions including her on-again and off-again relationship with Walter.
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