Body of Proof has already been off the air for nine months, but now fans will have to wait two more weeks for the show's return.
Body of Proof producers on Season 3 revamp: "We wanted to inject more octane in the show"
Season 3, which was originally set to premiere on...
When Body of Proof returns for its third season on Feb. 5, it sounds like medical examiner Megan Hunt may be trading in her lab coat for something much more — ahem — revealing.
"It's a little silly in the high heels, I have to admit. I feel like I should be wearing a catsuit or something," star Dana Delany said with a laugh of the new season's increased action sequences at ABC's winter TV preview Thursday. "I've even had a gun in my hand a couple of times, which medical examiners don't normally do. There's a lot more action and it's a fun show to watch."
Hunt will indeed be getting more action this season as part of a larger plan to try to reenergize the ABC procedural after ratings spiked for the final three episodes of Season 2, which revolved around a serial killer. "We've decided to continue that momentum to make stories that are more...
Get ready for the biggest shocker yet on The Event: There isn't only one event! "Major large-scale, potentially world-changing events will end every season," says executive producer Evan Katz. The first of which, he hints, is ...
You've seen the ads. And you may be wondering, so what is the Event? To investigate, a visitor has come to a wooded area of Calabasas, California (doubling for Atlanta), where four stars of NBC's twisty thriller have reunited at their characters' family home for the first time since they shot the pilot.
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It's an idyllic Thanksgiving flashback scene straight out of Norman Rockwell's sketchbook...
Yes, The Event is building its promotional campaign around teasing viewers about what the thing in it's title is. But it's producers have a promise: they'll tell you soon.
"Everything's designed to answer questions so you're not frustrated, feeling ripped off, feeling like we don't know what we're doing," executive producer Evan Katz said at a Comic-Con panel for the series Saturday. "We're just trying to be...