“Amparo & The American Dream” (04/21/17) – Rosewood and Villa are pulled into the world of human trafficking to investigate the death of a school teacher, and a surprising insight into Slade’s past draws Rosie and Villa closer than ever before in an all-new episode of “Rosewood” airing Friday, April 21 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX.
Guest starring in this episode are Sam Huntington as Mitchie Mendelson, Manny Montana as Marcos Villa, Eric Winter as Adrian Webb, Patrick Gallagher as Captain Marino, Presilah Nunez as Kitty, Carmela Zumbado as Thanny Torres, Emily Tosta as Yaselyn, Al Carabello as Sherman Camp, Christopher Cho as Medical Examiner, Briana Cap as Barbara Dicasoli, Cazimir Milostan as Officer, Chris Candy as Patrolman Magintoter, Kelly Lamarr as Elderly Officer, Jay Giannone as Newspaper Guy, Ray Dennis as Big Dude, Nevin Tobias Mathew as Guard #1, and Monica Estrada as Yaselyn’s Mother.
From executive producer Todd Harthan, medical procedural “Rosewood” enters its second season, as it continues to follow Dr. Beaumont Rosewood, Jr. (Morris Chestnut), Miami’s top private pathologist. Brilliant, cool and with tons of charisma, Rosewood works alongside tough-as-nails Detective Annalise Villa (Jaina Lee Ortiz), to uncover clues that no one else sees, and help the Miami PD solve its most challenging cases.
Joining Rosewood in his practice are his sister and “toxicology queen,” Pippy (Gabrielle Dennis); and DNA specialist Tara Milly Izikoff aka TMI (Anna Konkle), who is Pippy’s former fiancée. Rosewood’s mom, Donna (Lorraine Toussaint), retired from her high school principal position, divorced her husband and joined her children in the lab as a sometimes-overly involved co-worker.
Rounding out the cast is Detective Ira Hornstock (Domenick Lombardozzi), who is a great team leader but is terrible at managing his own life, and East Miami Police’s newest member, Captain Ryan Slade (Eddie Cibrian, “Baby Daddy,” “CSI: Miami”), a man with a mysterious past, who will both challenge and complicate an already messy situation between Rosewood and Villa.
Plagued with his own set of medical ailments, Rosewood believes that every moment of life, no matter how small, should be embraced and lived to the fullest. This heightened awareness allows him to see details on bodies that others cannot. But what drives him most are the victims who are stripped of life’s moments.
As Season One came to a close, the decks were cleared for Rosie and Villa to finally act on their feelings. Rosie stumbled on some information that forced him to embark on his own private investigation without Villa, and what he found could change their relationship forever.
This season, Rosewood and Villa go to New York City to solve the murder of her husband, Eddie, and will take on cases involving college fraternities, plastic surgery, treasure-hunting and Santeria.
“Rosewood” is produced by Temple Hill, in association with 20th Century Fox Television. The series was created by Todd Harthan. The series is executive-produced by Harthan, Wyck Godfrey, Marty Bowen, Andy Berman and Daran Sarafian.