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Geoff Stults, Michael Clarke Duncan, Mercedes Masohn, Maddie Hasson
No. of Seasons
No. of Episodes
January 12, 2012
May 11, 2012
Iraq vet Walter Sherman was left with two things after his brief but exciting military career. A discharge notice and a brain injury due to a roadside bomb that left him the sole survivor of his entire military unit.
But the trauma has had lasting side effects on Walter. Now suffering from various mental idiosyncrasies ranging from personality quirks, paranoia, and an inexplicable and uncanny intuitive ability to perceive patterns and connections between unrelated people, events, and objects. His innate ability enable Walter to locate people and things long lost or hidden which enables Walt to eek out a living as a private detective. Lose something? Need someone found? Look no further.
Based on "The Locator" novels written by Richard Greener, The Finder was created as a spin-off series of the long running and popular TV series Bones with the sixth season episode, "The Finder" acting as a back door pilot for the series and acted as a midseason replacement for Bones which was on temporary hiatus due to series star Emily Deschanel's real life pregnancy impacted her ability to fulfill a full TV season.
The Finder was cancelled after its initial order of 13 episodes were completed and aired. It is also known for being the last project that Michael Clarke Duncan was involved in before his death from a heart attack on September 3, 2012 shortly after the series wrapped up.