The veteran series will air just 16 episodes instead of 22 this season.
They last worked together on the feature film Deja Vu.
The helmer behind Man On Fire and Deja Vu goes TV.
Helming the season premiere of the fourth season on September 28.
Playing a champion of an all-out fighting league suspected of murdering a competitor.
The actor discusses what it's like being a television math hero.