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Jesse Stone

Jesse Stone is American Drama TV series. Produced by Brandman Productions. Stars: Tom Selleck, Jane Adams, Reg Rogers. It first aired on Feb 20, 2005, on Hallmark Channel. The series has 7.2 * rating by IMDb. Jesse Stone is filmed in Canada.

Seasons

How Many Seasons Of Jesse Stone Are Out: 1 (9 episodes)

Season 2

Hallmark Channel

Season 1

Season premieres on February 20, 2005

Hallmark Channel, 9 episodes

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Jesse Stone Episode Time

Jesse Stone is on Hallmark Channel (United States) Sundays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S1E9 (Lost in Paradise) - Air Date: Oct 18, 2015 (4 years ago)

News & Interviews

Tom Selleck cranky, but comforting, as Jesse Stone - mySanAntonio.com - via Mysanantonio

However, Jesse’s instincts tell him otherwise, and a jailhouse visit with the suspect — a scuzzy killer of women known as “The Boston Ripper” (Perry) — cements this feeling. He denies responsibility for Mavis, even though she, like the other victims, was carved up in the Ripper’s trademark style.

Exclusive: Tom Selleck Talks the Blue Bloods Season 7 Finale and the Next Jesse Stone Movie - Parade - via Parade

Tom Selleck To Star As Jesse Stone For 9th Time - 2paragraphs.com - via 2paragraphs

'Jesse Stone' rolls again at CBS - Reuters - via Reuters

Chris Hicks: Tom Selleck as police chief Jesse Stone is a match made in movie heaven - Deseret News - via Deseretnews

Tom Selleck on Jesse Stone, Friends, and fighting for Magnum, P.I. - A.V. Club Austin - via Tv

But we had great discussions. It was really memorable. We had some great nights, and he wrote me a couple of really lovely notes, because my daughter had been born not too long before I came. So it was worthwhile from that point of view. But Brando was no longer very involved in the work. He had to play a monk, and he pulled the hood down so far that you couldn’t see his face. He was playing a lot of tricks on the producers and director, and mumbling his lines. I didn’t quite expect that. But he was the man when I grew up. When I started acting, he was the guy.

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