Sean Callery has been tapped to score the upcoming CBS drama Elementary. The show is a modern day take on Sherlock Holmes set in New York and follows the iconic detective who has been assigned to live with his worst nightmare-sober coach, Dr. Joan Watson. Jonny Lee Miller stars as Holmes and Lucy Liu and Aidan Quinn are co-starring. Rob Doherty created the series is based on the works of Arthur Conan Doyle and is also executive producing with Sarah Timberman & Carl Beverly (Justified, Kidnapped) and Michael Cuesta (Homeland). Elementary is set to premiere on September 27, 2012 and will be airing every Thursday night on CBS. For updates on the series, visit the official show website.
Callery is also scoring the second season of the critically acclaimed Showtime drama Homeland, for which he has recently received an Emmy Nomination and is expected to return to score the eighth season of the FOX drama Bones. Callery’s other upcoming projects also include the indie drama Small Time. The film is written and directed by Joel Surnow and stars Chris Meloni, Bridget Moynahan, Devon Bostick, Aumary Nolasco and Dean Norris. The movie centers around used-car dealer in Van Nuys who is still in love with his ex-wife and is dealing with a son who wants to forgo college and work alongside his father on the lot. Callery has previously collaborated with Surnow on the hit show 24 and the mini-series The Kennedys. Small Time has recently finished principal photography and is now in post-production.