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Dana Delany is back as Medical Examiner Megan Hunt for a final season of the crime drama Body of Proof . which ends on a high note story-wise and even introduces much needed new characters and format to the series. Still grounded in the .murder of the week. formula, this female Quincy features the same kind of tongue-in-cheek approach to murder and crime as ABC.s Castle or TNT.s The Closer. It isn.t a realistic approach to murder, but it is entertaining. Created by Christopher Murphey (who wrote the screenplay for the 2010 remake of The Karate Kid), the series (which has been described as Quincy with better legs) continues to find its strength in the ensemble cast approach »
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With January behind us, I shook out my notebook and found Jake Johnson’s hints that people wanted a Jess/Nick coupling New Girl... Netflix’s new all-episodes-now approach to House of Cards... some tweaking for Body of Proof... and good news for Cinemax’s action drama, Banshee.
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New Girl Those collective gasps you heard around the world on Tuesday night? Just the long-awaited smooch between Jess and Nick. While Johnson hinted to me that this was coming in our one-on-one chat, he was reminded just how much fans really want Nick and Jess together when he was in Hawaii this past holiday season.
“A pickup truck with four Hawaiian dudes in the back drive by and I literally, I get scared,” he told me. “I think their vibe seems cool but it’s a little bit potentially tough. One of them sings in weird English ‘La, »
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When Body of Proof Season 3 premieres on February 5, viewers will be in for change. A lot of change.
Why the shake-up?
Because ratings increased for the serial-killer based storyline that concluded Body of Proof Season 2, executive producer Matthew Gross said yesterday at the Television Critics Association press tour:
"We decided to continue that momentum to make stories that are more thrilling and have more stakes. We wanted to inject more octane in the show."
Along those lines, look for Megan and the team to not only solve murders, but actually set out to prevent the crimes.
"We open the season with a two-parter that's part thriller that I think we're very proud of," said producer Evan Katz. "There's some thriller aspect to it. »
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Ray Richmond is contributing to Deadline’s TCA coverage. The production team from the third-year ABC drama Body Of Proof was grilled at TCA this afternoon to explain the show’s significant retooling between seasons. The changes found three regulars (Nicholas Bishop, John Carroll Lynch and Sonja Sohn) being shown the door while two new actors joined with the casting of Elyes Gabel and Mark Valley as detectives — and Evan Katz jumping onboard as an executive producer. “We’re always thinking of ways to amp up the show and make it more exciting,” explained exec producer Christopher Murphey. “We didn’t want to take too much away from our A story, while still servicing separate B stories related to character.” So the production team began brainstorming ways to bring the personal life of star Dana Delany’s character into her investigative work. That meant adding a character with whom she had once had a relationship. »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Body of Proof returns Feb. 5 with more action, romance and a greater sense of urgency.
Discussing the show’s Season 3 revamp Thursday at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour in Pasadena, exec producer Matthew Gross said viewers should expect an amped-up Body. “We wanted to make stories that were more thriling, that have more stakes,” he said. “Inject more octane into the show.”
Related | Body of Proof: Who’s In and Who’s Out in Season 3
- Michael Ausiello
5 items from 2013
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