Lincoln: The Bone Collector series has a new title
NBC announced just before the New York Comic Con a change to one of its new series. The Lincoln adaptation was renamed Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt for the Bone Collector after being released on the plot's social networks.
The series tells the story of Lincoln Rhyme (played by Russell Hornsby), a retired criminalist who became quadriplegic after an accident in a crime scene he worked on. He joins Detective Amelia Sachs (Arielle Kebbel) in an attempt to arrest one of the country's biggest criminals, nicknamed The Bone Collector.
On the social networks of the series, actress Arielle Kebbel stated that there is a theme in the program. "the broken ones take better care of the broken ones. And I don't know a person who doesn't identify with that," he said. For actor Russell Hornsby, the main characters learn from each other. "When faced with obstacles, each of us is able to help the other to overcome," he said in an interview with TVLine.
The plot, which opens in 2020, is written by VJ Boyd (Justified, SWAT) and Mark Bianculli (The Good Neighbor), produced by Avi Nir (Homeland), Alon Shtruzman (The Brave), Peter Traugott (The Brave), Rachel Kaplan (The Brave) and directed by Seth Gordon (The Good Doctor).