Seventh "Jesse Stone" Movie "Innocents Lost" to Be Broadcast Sunday, May 22 on CBS

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April 4th, 2011

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EMMY AND GOLDEN GLOBE AWARD WINNER TOM SELLECK STARS IN "JESSE STONE: INNOCENTS LOST," A NEW TELEVISION MOVIE TO BE BROADCAST SUNDAY, MAY 22

"Jesse Stone: Innocents Lost" Is the Seventh in the Series of Jesse Stone Television Movies

Emmy and Golden Globe Award Winner Kathy Baker Returns

JESSE STONE: INNOCENTS LOST, the seventh in the series of television movies starring Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Tom Selleck as Police Chief Jesse Stone, will be broadcast Sunday, May 22 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT). The series includes "Stone Cold," "Jesse Stone: Night Passage," "Jesse Stone: Death in Paradise," "Jesse Stone: Sea Change," "Jesse Stone: Thin Ice" and "Jesse Stone: No Remorse." The movies are based on characters created by the late Robert B. Parker in the best-selling series of books.

JESSE STONE: INNOCENTS LOST finds Jesse, once again on overload, looking into the death of a teenaged girl and unofficially involved in the case of a convicted murderer who he thinks may be innocent. He's also battling his familiar demons: alcohol and his ex-wife.

Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Kathy Baker ("Picket Fences") and Kohl Sudduth ("Grosse Pointe") reprise their roles as Rose Gammon and Luther "Suitcase" Simpson. Stephen McHattie ("2012") reprises his role as State Homicide Commander Healy, as does William Devane ("24") as Jesse's psychiatrist, Dr. Dix. William Sadler ("The Shawshank Redemption") portrays Gino Fish and Saul Rubinek ("Warehouse 13") returns as Hasty Hathaway. Also featured are Gloria Reuben, Mark Blum, Jeff Geddis and Eileen Boylan.

Tom Selleck received an Emmy nomination for his role in "Jesse Stone: Sea Change." Selleck won an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award for his starring role as Thomas Magnum on the CBS series "Magnum, P.I." His other television credits include "Las Vegas," "Boston Legal," a recurring role on the series "Friends" (for which he earned an Emmy Award nomination), the four-hour CBS mini-series "Scott Turow's Reversible Errors" and the television movies "Ike: Countdown to D-Day," "Monte Walsh," "Louis L'Amour's Crossfire Trail," "Running Mates," "Broken Trust," "Ruby Jean and Joe" and "Last Stand at Saber River." His feature film credits include "In and Out," "Three Men and a Baby," "Three Men and a Little Lady," "The Love Letter," "Mr. Baseball," "Folks," "Quigley Down Under," "An Innocent Man," "Her Alibi," "Runaway" and "The High Road to China." He is currently starring in the crime drama, "Blue Bloods," on CBS.

Kathy Baker won three Emmy Awards, a Golden Globe Award and a SAG Award for her starring role in the in the critically acclaimed CBS series, "Picket Fences." Other television credits include guest starring roles on two CBS shows, "Touched By An Angel" and "Chicago Hope." She also appeared on "Boston Public," which earned her additional Emmy Award nominations, "Nip/Tuck," "Gilmore Girls," "Medium," The Cleaner" and "Grey's Anatomy." Her film credits include "Last Chance Harvey," "The Jane Austen Book Club," "13 Going on 30," "Cold Mountain," "Inventing the Abbots" and "To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday."

Kohl Sudduth appeared in the television series "Grosse Pointe," "Law & Order: SVU" and "Sex and the City." His feature film credits include "The Banger Sisters," "Road Trip," "Bowfinger" and "Rounders."

Stephen McHattie's feature film credits include the upcoming film, "Watchmen," as well as "A History of Violence" and "Secretary." His numerous television credits include the series "Walker, Texas Ranger," "Beauty And The Beast," "Kojak" (all on CBS) and "Seinfeld."

William Devane, an Emmy Award and Golden Award-nominated actor, was recently in the television series, "What About Brian," "Crumbs" and "24." His additional television credits include "Stargate SG-1," "The West Wing," "The Monroes," as well as "Early Edition" and "Knots Landing," both on CBS. His television movie credits include "Monte Walsh," and CBS's "Miracle on the Mountain: The Kincaid Family Story," "Virus" and "The Preppie Murder." His feature film credits include "Space Cowboys," "Payback," "Marathon Man," "Yanks" and "Family Plots."

JESSE STONE: INNOCENTS LOST is produced by Brandman Productions, Inc. and TWS Productions II in association with Sony Pictures Television. Michael Brandman and Tom Selleck are the executive producers. The screenplay, based on characters created by Robert B. Parker, was written by Tom Selleck and Michael Brandman.

 
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