A new member of the team! A new man in her life! For Body of Proof's prickly protagonist Megan Hunt (Dana Delany), learning that her boss is dating her ex-husband in the Season 1 finale was just the tip of the iceberg. Here are six things you need to know for the new season:
6. There's a new girl in town: Season 2 will introduce a new employee, Dani (Nathalie Kelley), who drives the van for the medical examiner's office. "I think they did a great job [casting] because what you notice is the people who work in the morgue are not what you'd expect," Delany tells TVGuide.com. "They're often covered in tattoos and kind of hip, groovy, interesting people that work in a morgue, and that's what...
Cliff Curtis has been tapped to star opposite Ashley Judd in ABC's upcoming drama Missing, Deadline reports.
ABC finds Missing piece with Ashley Judd
The series follows former CIA agent Becca Winstone (Judd), who travels to Europe to find her son after he disappears in Italy while abroad for an internship. Curtis will play the director of a CIA branch in London who risks his career to help Becca in her search.
Dana Delany is returning to ABC with Body of Proof, where she works on dead people. After a car accident hinders her ability to operate, Dr. Megan Hunt is forced to start a new career as a coroner. Delany dishes on the new medical series, which felt like home for the China Beach alum. Plus, find out if Nathan Fillion will make his way to her new show.
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5. What makes this series stand out?
Delany: We do have...
Jeers to NBC for airing The Event despite troubling parallels to tragic real-life events.
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As news continued to break of a potential nuclear catastrophe in Japan, the network's ill-fated sci-fi series unveiled an episode that invoked containment domes, fallout zones and a possible meltdown at a nuclear power plant. It seems the aliens use uranium to create portals to bring in more of their own, which was the real reason behind the Chernobyl disaster (there was even a deformed alien survivor of the 1986 calamity in the Ukraine). President Martinez (Blair Underwood) juggled a visit from the Japanese prime minister with the decision to remove uranium rods from a nuclear facility ...
After a three-month hiatus — near cancellation — NBC's Trauma is back (Monday at 9/8c) and creator Dario Scardapane promises a much different show. Star Cliff Curtis, who plays Reuben "Rabbit" Palchuk, told TVGuide.com how the next 10 episodes will dig deeper into the characters' development and what we'll learn about Rabbit's past as well as his future with co-worker, and new love interest, Nancy (Anastasia Griffith).
TVGuide.com: How will this half of the season be different from the first half?
Cliff Curtis: The first had a very big concept that involved a lot of action and extreme circumstances with explosions. As a format it didn't leave much time per episode for getting to know the characters. The next 10 episodes we go...