Sunday, May 20, 2007

News: Tom Selleck as Jesse Stone in Sea Change on CBS Tuesday

Mysteries on TVFor those of you who are not following American Idol this season, be sure to tune in to CBS this Tuesday for the made-for-television movie Sea Change, the fourth entry in this series featuring Tom Selleck as Robert B. Parker's Jesse Stone. (At the very least, videotape or TiVo it!)

Jesse Stone: Death in ParadiseIn what is clearly inspired casting, Tom Selleck is brilliant as Jesse Stone. And, in contrast to other series characters that are brought to either the big or small screen, this series continues to improve with each release. In Sea Change, Stone pursues a cold case, re-opening the 12-year-old murder of a local bank teller. A parallel mystery involves the alleged rape aboard a yacht in the area for the annual regatta.

The second and third movies in this series, Jesse Stone: Night Passage and Jesse Stone: Death in Paradise will be released on DVD early next month.

Jesse Stone: Night PassageNight Passage was the first in this series of mysteries by Parker. It introduced Jesse Stone, a former LA homicide detective who left to become the police chief of the small New England town of Paradise. As the second movie filmed, it is considered a "pre-quel" to Stone Cold, the first movie in the series.

Death in Paradise has Stone investigating the death of a teenage girl found floating in a local lake. As he learns more about the girl's unhappy past, he finds himself being obsessed with the case and is determined to bring the girl's killer to justice.

Remember to tune into CBS this Tuesday, May 22nd, at 9 PM (ET/PT) for Tom Selleck as Jesse Stone in Sea Change.

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