Despite initial reports to the contrary, ABC's canceled series Body of Proof will not find a new home on cable, creator Matt Gross said last week. But fans can rest assured that Tuesday's finale provides a "satisfying ending" to the story, according to star Dana Delany.
Dana Delany, Luke Perry
So much for a nice, quiet date for Megan (Dana Delany) and Charlie (guest star Luke Perry) on Tuesday's episode of Body of Proof.
What starts as a romantic evening for the pair is derailed when a plane crashes into Philadelphia's main power ...
On Tuesday's episode of Body of Proof, a wealthy fund manager named Gerry Roberts (guest star Christopher McDonald) is on trial for allegedly defrauding his investors. But, he's kidnapped while leaving court — right in front of Tommy (Mark Valley) and Adam (Elyes Gabel), who are on his security detail.
Mark Valley, Dana Delany
The Walking Dead may be over for the season, but television viewers can still get their zombie fix with Tuesday's episode of Body of Proof.
On Tuesday's episode, titled "Skin and Bones," Megan (Dana Delany) and Tommy (Mark Valley) may be dealing with a killing spree at the hands of the undead. WhenTommy is bitten while investigating a murder, and the staff at the medical examiner's office find more than one rabies case on their hands, some members of the team believe that it's the work of zombies.
Body of Proof creator and executive producer Matthew Gross has made it no secret that his ABC drama has undergone quite a makeover during its 10-month hiatus. But should existing fans be worried that they'll be watching a completely new series when Season 3 premieres (Tuesday at 10/9c, ABC)?
Yes and no.
Emily Deschanel, Kerry Washington, Juliana Margulies
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I heard there may be trouble ahead for Booth and Brennan on Bones. Please tell me that's not true! — Hilary, via Twitter
ADAM: The couple did seem to be having some serious communication issues before Brennan got shot in this week's episode. I think you can put safe money on those issues not being quickly resolved. In the meantime, Brennan will also have trouble with another man in her life: new squintern Oliver Wells (Brian Klugman), who has some issues with Brennan's authority. "[He] is completely un-intimidated by Brennan. He does respect her, but he doesn't revere her," executive producer Stephen Nathan tells us. "That's a new thing for these interns because [Brennan] holds their future in her hands. He has so many degrees and is so accomplished, he doesn't need her. It's very disorienting and disconcerting for her."
OMG! Why is David Rosen being framed for murder on Scandal?! — Kate
NATALIE: We were just as shocked as you by the promo, so we got Josh Malina to fill us in...
Body of Proof
Out with the old, in with the new.
When ABC's Body of Proof kicks off its revamped third season Tuesday, Feb. 19 (10/9, ABC), many of the show's key players won't be returning (RIP, Peter!). But one previously unseen figure from medical examiner Megan Hunt's (Dana Delany) past will be.
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...
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Body of Proof
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...