Tuesday, February 9, 2016

"Rizzoli & Isles" season 6 spoilers & summaries!

Producers Ken Hanes and Jan Nash and assistant Sam Lembeck with the season 6 calendar
(via Sam Lembeck)

This is a list of "Rizzoli & Isles" spoilers and episode summaries for season 6. Check out the R&I tidbits archive post for tweets and photos from the set of "Rizzoli & Isles" season 6, and follow the Absolutely Angie R&I Twitter list to keep up with those working on the show. This post will be updated as more info is revealed!

Check out extended synopses of episodes that have already aired!

Episode 1: "The Platform"
Airs June 16
Written by Jan Nash

When it appears one of our own shot an unarmed man on a busy Boston subway platform, the team must fight to find the real killer while clearing our detective’s name. But with Internal Affairs breathing down our necks, it becomes clear that the circumstances surrounding this shooting are anything but clear.

Frankie has a new apartment and actor Adam Sinclair makes his debut as Kent Drake.

Read Spoiler TV's advance preview of the episode, and TV Guide offers more information about Kent Drake.

Filmed on location in Glendale, Calif.

Photos via Jan Nash
Collage by Absolutely Angie

Episode 2: "Bassholes"
Airs June 23
Written by Michael Sardo

Jane and Maura find themselves submerged in the cutthroat, high stakes world of competitive bass fishing when a tournament-leading fisherman is killed. At the same time, Frankie is paying the price after losing a bet.

Filmed on location at Central Park Lake, Huntington Beach.

Lochlyn Munro appears in this episode.

PopMatters offers an in-depth critique of 6x1 and 6x2.

Photos via Jan Nash and Eve Watterson
Collage by Absolutely Angie

Episode 3: "Deadly Harvest"
Airs June 30

Jane and Maura are called out to the BCU "Body Farm" (an academic research facility dedicated to the study of human decomposition) when a murder victim is found buried in a shallow grave among the research corpses. Angela also has secrets she is keeping buried from Jane.

Emily Robinson appears in this episode.

Episode 4: "Imitation Game"
Airs July 7

The murder of a notorious thief sends Jane and Maura into the world of art heists and forgery, and forces Jane to tango with an F.B.I. Agent who has a keen interest in her case. There's also a new man in Angela's life.

Cisco Reyes plays Ricky Ruiz in this episode. Dameon Clarke also appears.

Episode 5: "Misconduct"
Airs July 14

The murder of a crime tech sends shockwaves throughout the team. When suspicions arise that the tech had tampered with evidence for BPD cases, Maura is suspended from her position. Jane is determined to catch the killer and clear the department so Maura can be reinstated.

Episode 6: "Face Value"
Airs July 21

The good news is we have a witness to a murder. The bad news is he suffers from Prosopagnosia, commonly known as facial recognition blindness, and he can't recognize the killer. The Rizzolis prepare for a visit from their scheming cousin Carlo.

Episode 7: "A Bad Seed Grows"
Airs July 28

When a sixteen-year-old girl is murdered and left in a cage, Jane and Maura must overcome the ethical dilemma of a psychiatrist and the stiff opposition of a fussy prosecutor in order to find the killer. Meanwhile, Jane has couch issues, and Frankie is seeing UFOs.

Episode 8: "Nice to Meet You, Dr. Isles"
Airs August 4
Written by Jan Nash
(@jannash100) and Michael Sardo

When the jeweler to Boston's super cool and famous dies, our investigation leads us to a member of the Isles family we've never met. And that leads us to a secret Maura has been keeping for almost all of her life.

David Ogden Stiers (M*A*S*H*) makes his debut as Maura's adoptive father, Arthur. Showrunner Jan Nash spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about the effect his introduction has on Maura.

Episode 9: "Love Taps"
Airs August 11
Story by Dan Hamamura
Teleplay by Dan Hamamura & Ron McGee
(@DanHamamura & @RonMcGee10)

The murder of a college student takes an odd turn when Jane and Maura discover he had 32 girlfriends. Uncovering who killed him and why leads them into a world of app developers, virtual boyfriends, and relationships built on lies. Meanwhile, Korsak finally introduces everyone to the new woman in his life.

Episode 10: "Sister Sister"
Airs August 18
Story by Dan Hamamura
Teleplay by Ken Hanes (@HanesKen)

When a dog trainer is found dead at home, her champion Rottweiler is the prime suspect. As the team investigates this unlikely killer, Maura has a peculiar interaction with Kent.

Episode 11: "Fake It 'Til You Make It"
Airs August 25
Written by Katie Wech

After a body turns up in Boston with links to another murder in Los Angeles, Jane and Maura pack up their sunscreen and hop on a plane. With the girls out of town, Angela and Korsak plan a double date with Kiki and Ron.

Episode 12: "5:26"
Airs September 1
Written by Michael Sardo

When an old watch is found inside a balloon of cocaine in a dead woman's stomach, figuring out its significance becomes the key to protecting Jane and the people she loves.

(end of summer episodes)

Episode 13: "Hide & Seek"
Airs February 16 (9 p.m.)
Written by Jan Nash

When Maura is abducted, nothing will stand in the way of Jane and the team bringing her home. Far away, Maura discovers a conspiracy that is bigger than just her kidnapping, with Jane as its ultimate target.

"We'll come back and see how we save Maura. There's a mysterious element to it. It takes a while to figure out what's going on. When they do figure out what's going on, it'll take a while to catch the perpetrator. We want to give her a meaningful nemesis in addition to these [standalone episodes]." (via TV Guide)

Episode 14: "Murderjuana"
Airs February 16 (10 p.m.)
Written by Russell J. Grant

A security guard foils a robbery when he kills one of the robbers, despite being wounded himself. Jane and Maura work together to solve the case after the search for the robber's accomplice raises some puzzling questions. Jane continues her quest to protect Maura and Angela. But is the price too high?

Episode 15: "Scared to Death"
Airs February 23
Written by Ron McGee

A woman is found murdered in a grisly scene reminiscent of a horror movie, leading the team to uncover a frightening "game" in which people pay to experience terror.

Episode 16: "East Meets West"
Airs March 1
Written by Ken Hanes

When a gun battle rages in a quiet neighborhood, leaving one dead, Jane and Maura are thrown into the secretive world of an Eastern European gang. Maura comes down with a fever while juggling work and play, and Angela and Kent prescribe several home-remedies that have a surprising effect.

Episode 17: "Bomb Voyage"
Airs March 8
Written by Jan Nash & Katie Wech
(@jannash100 & @StickHippo)

The clock is ticking as the team works to solve a murder with explosive consequences. Angela balks when Ron offers to take her on a romantic getaway.

"Every show starts out with a homicide, and in this one, a guy gets blown up in a minefield. So we’re out looking around in that field, and I step on a mine. I can’t move or it’ll go off, so I’m stuck there. They extract people one at a time and get to me last. The episode’s a real treat in terms of the writing for my character." (via actor Bruce McGill, speaking with The San Antonio Express-News)

Episode 18: "A Shot in the Dark"
Airs March 15
Written by Michael Sardo

When a State Trooper is killed in Maine, the getaway car is traced back to the mastermind of the attacks on Jane. The team must now unravel the mystery of the mastermind's obsession with Jane in order to keep her safe and turn the hunter into the hunted.

No comments:

Post a Comment