It has been three years since the notorious serial killer known as "The Bone Collector" terrified the citizens of New York City. But when an elaborate murder signals that he might be back, it brings former detective and forensic criminalist Lincoln Rhyme out of retirement and onto the case.
Rhyme's connection to the killer is personal, as he was previously paralyzed by one of his traps. Teaming up with an intuitive young officer with a gift for profiling, the unlikely duo begin a deadly game of cat and mouse with the brilliant psychopath.
This was a little rough at the first but they were starting to find their groove.
With all the dreck out there, this was a nice break.
Why bother to get to get invested in a new character if your just gonna cancel it.?
Another thing that bothered me was the 'technology'.. its a writing shortcut/cheat that they leaned on to resolve problems telling the story that I think, in fact, sort of ruined it. It would have opened opportunities to develop the relationships and tension, provide room for the antagonist to succeed because of mistakes and oversights, etc...
The cast has does things elsewhere so I have to believe this is one of those shows where direction, writing and the studio had more to do with its demise.
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