Returning: Shark

James Woods returns as attorney turned prosecutor Sebastian Stark -but only in the daytime.

James Woods is returning to Seven with his legal drama, Shark.

Woods played Sebastian Stark, a notorious Los Angeles defense attorney who becomes a prosecutor. It also featured Ugly Betty‘s Kevin Alejandro and Danielle Panabaker (pictured). The series aired on Seven in 2007 but was pulled after disappointing ratings. In the US two seasons were made between 2006 – 2008.

Since then Woods has completed a movie for David Zucker, An American Carol and a voice role in Family Guy.

Shark resumes with Episode 9, “Dial M for Monica.” An assistant district attorney is gunned down along with a high-priced hooker in the prostitute’s car.

It returns at 2pm Monday February 2nd.

11 Responses

  1. All three of the commecial networks (especially 7 and 9) used to show great shows after 10:30pm. Most were cancelled shows that they wanted to get out of the way fast whilst others were shows that were still going. They didn’t care about them but at least they were on and I could tape them. Mircales, The Chronicle, Night Visions, Dark Realm, Huff, Dead Last, etc. were amazing shows and I wouldn’t have known about them at the time if it weren’t for 7 and 9 showing them. Not that I’m sticking up for the or anything but it just goes to show how quickly things can change.

  2. Well at least they won’t take it off at 2pm! I’ll be glad to finally see all of the episodes all at once and without them messing it about.

    Sure, it’s not a great show but I’ve been watching it since it started and I want to finish it.

  3. It’s not the greatest show but James Woods makes it watchable IMO. Criminal Minds is one of the best shows around atm with an excellent ensemble cast. Shows about serial killers are always compelling viewing.

  4. I agree with Jerome and Lee. This is the worst show I’ve seen in years, second only to Criminal Minds. Its the most boring, lifeless, mundane procedural ever aired on television. CBS made the best possible decision in axing this woeful show in favour of the much superior show The Mentalist (both ratings and quality wise). If anyone ever wants the definition of monotonous plots and one-dimensional cardboard cutout characters, look no further than this show. I suppose they may as well put it out of its misery though and air all the eps

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