Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Mysteries on TV: Prime Suspect, Bones, and Jericho of Scotland Yard

Mysteries on TVMystery television series being released this week on DVD:

starred the amazing Helen Mirran in her last performance as Detective Superintendent Jane Tennison. The series was based on the character created by Lynda La Plante in her trilogy of Prime Suspect mysteries from the early 1990s.

Originally airing on ITV1 in the UK, Prime Suspect aired as part of Masterpiece Theater on PBS in the US. This DVD set includes the 184 minute episode Prime Suspect 7: The Final Act on 2 disks.

Watch an exclusive clip of Prime Suspect 7: The Final Act on Amazon.com here.

starred Emily Deschanel as forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan. David Boreanaz plays FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth who assigns her unsolved crimes to work on. The series characters are based on those created by mystery author .

Bones first aired on Fox in September 2005 and remains in production today. This DVD set includes all 22 episodes from the second season on 6 disks.

Watch the opening credits from Bones Season 2 on YouTube.com here.

starred Robert Lindsay as Detective Inspector Michael Jericho of Scotland Yard. The series also starred David Troughton as Detective Sergeant Clive Harvey and Ciaran McMenamin as Detective Constable John Caldicott. The series is set in London in the late 1950s.

ITV1 aired 4 episodes in the UK during the fall of 2005. Mystery! on PBS aired the episodes in the US. This DVD set includes the third and fourth episodes on 2 disks.

Visit the Mysteries on TV website to discover more currently available on DVD.

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