The mid-season medical drama will return for a second season.
May 13, 2011
ABC has renewed Body of Proof for a second season. The series can now breathe a sigh of relief after the network cancelled seven of its other shows earlier in the day.
Body of Proof premiered as a mid-season replacement in late March and has fared quite admirably over the course of its first eight episodes, averaging a 2.3 in the adults 18-49 demographic. The show follows a top-flight neurosurgeon who becomes a medical examiner after a career-ending accident.
Star Dana Delany took to Twitter after the announcement with the following message: "Thank you with all my heart to all of you for helping [Body of Proof] get a second season. I'll be celebrating in NOLA tonight! As usual."
The show wraps up its first season next Tuesday, May 17 at 10:00pm.
(Source: TV Line)
08/13/12 at 11:31pm
I am so relieved that Body of Proof is coming back. I was very worried seeing that so many of my favorite shows were getting cancelled. I will be very happy to be a constant fan. Thx, lb
05/07/12 at 03:24pm
here lately haven't seen body of proof. private practice has been on in that time slot
04/01/12 at 02:15pm
Jay Dees, it is the absurd and unrealistic that makes for the most successful and enjoyable movies most of the time. If all scripted shows followed so called "reality" there would be no need for scripted shows. Networks could cancel all those type shows in favor of the trash passed off as reality TV. Personally I like scripted shows and a bit of the absurd. It just means that during these shows I can suspend reality and that is alright by me.
11/09/11 at 02:25pm
Dana Delaney is HOTTTTTT!!!!!!!
09/01/11 at 04:20pm
I can hardly wait for the Season 2 premiere on September 20. I really enjoyed the first season! Dana Delany is a great lead for this show.
08/19/11 at 07:21am
Gee...lets create a show that has a medical examiner that's part Quincy M.E., part Colombo and part The Mentalist. Lets have her do more than real medical examiners do by interrogating witneses, investigating crime scenes and going to the victims home to look for clues that the police may have missed (Which they always do). Don't say it won't work...after all they managed to sell 'Manimal' didn't they?