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Exclusive: See New Key Art for Body of Proof Season 3

Dana Delany, Mark Valley

Megan Hunt, the medical examiner played by Dana Delany on ABC's Body of Proof, isn't afraid to get her hands dirty — bloody, even — to solve a case. And by the look of the show's new key art, she'll continue that approach in the show's upcoming third season.

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14 Promising Pilots: What New Fall Shows Look the Best?

Becki Newton, Alex O'Loughlin

With networks set to announce their fall TV lineups next week, TVGuide.com has the scoop on which pilots stand the best chance of flourishing next season. From medical dramas and romantic comedies to spies and Shatner, here's our take on 14 solid bets for the fall:

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Will Dirty Sexy's Carmelita Keep the Darlings "Honest"?

Look out Tyra: Your transgender Top Model contestant isn't the only one who'll be getting audiences talking this fall. Nine months ago, Dirty Sexy Money left viewers with a cliffhanger of a season-ender when Carmelita (Candis Cayne) was kidnapped, despite the efforts of her lover — Billy Baldwin's would-be Senator Patrick Darling — to keep her safe. As the first transgender actress to score a recurring role on network TV, Cayne blazed a new trail on and off camera, with both a big presence and a troubling on-screen disappearance, which leaves questions surrounding her capture and her relationship with the senatorial hopeful.Now on the cusp of the series' return to ABC October 1, Matthew Gross, an executive producer on the show, gave TVGuide.com some insights into Carmelita's unique role and why she's become a fan favorite. He also assuaged our fears that she might have vanished forever — all in an L.A. absinthe den, no less, while celebrating the show's Season 1 DVD r... read more

Day Break: Your Insider's Guide to ABC's Slick New Thriller

Taye Diggs, Day Break

Decisions... consequences. Decisions... consequences. Such is the mantra of the master villain dogging Taye Diggs in ABC's Day Break (premiering tonight at 9 pm/ET, with a two-hour episode). The serialized thriller has a nifty edge: Diggs' Detective Brett Hopper is forced to relive the same disastrous framed-for-murder/lady love-in-peril day over and over (and over...), until he can somehow "get it right." No easy feat, as Hopper comes to discover that it will be nearly impossible to crack the conspiracy which ensnares him and save the life of his honey, Rita (Eight Below's Moon Bloodgood). Just when he thinks he has solved one sticky wicket — say, eluding capture by crooked fellow cops — he realizes th read more

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