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Body of Proof: Season 3

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Dana Delany is back as Dr. Megan Hunt, facing her greatest challenge yet in ABC's BODY OF PROOF: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON. In the wake of Inspector Peter Dunlop's death, Megan returns to work to find her new partner is an old flame. Will her history with Detective Tommy Sullivan make working side by side impossible? Their search for justice becomes even more personal when a serial killer takes Megan's daughter, Lacey, hostage. Get ready for a season of provocative twists and turns all leading up to the ultimate mystery of Megan's life. The stakes are higher and the thrills are bigger than ever in ABC's BODY OF PROOF: THE COMPLETE THIRD SEASON, complete with never-before-seen bonus features only available on DVD!

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Getting The Shot -- Discover How Innovation And Inspiration Can Transform An Indoor set Into A Sunny Day... Or Rainy Night|VFX The Ultimate Makeover -- Learn What It Takes To Change Los Angeles Into Philadelphia|All Kinds Of Props -- Cast And Crew Reveal How Props Help Ground The Actors And Bring The Story To Life|Creating The World -- Witness How The Efforts Of Each Department Combine To Shape The World Of The Show|Body Of Goofs: Blooper Reel

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  • Actors: Dana Delany
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish, English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
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  • Studio: ABC
  • DVD Release Date: June 18, 2013
  • Run Time: 559 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (198 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BQ7HNQA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,905 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I was -- still am -- a big fan of the first two seasons of "Body of Proof," so much so that I bought the DVD sets for both seasons and watch them often. So I expected to like Season Three, awaited it with impatient anticipation, just knew that it would be great.

But Season Three turned out to be the death of "Body of Proof", killed by the inevitable banality into which Hollywood sinks every original, creative and intelligent program it produces. I am so glad I was short on cash, and so checked out Season Three from the public library. It would have been such a waste of money to buy it.

Banality is exactly what has diluted "Body of Proof" into just another "CSI"-clone. Which means it is not one big mistake, but a long series of little changes that gradually diminish anything that would set apart the series until it is reduced to the lowest common denominator of generic popular "crime dramas." "Body of Proof", in Season Three, has gone from being three-dimensional, multi-layered, true to the complexities of life, and reaching to touch paradoxical and ambiguous issues of life in the lives of real persons, warts and all, to become banal -- blandly flat and predictable, lacking any conviction or determination, content to fit in with the crowd of "crime dramas." There is far less science (and the science has become simplistic and even "magical") and far more car chases and shoot-outs. There is less reason and more violence. Less deductive crime solving and more "shoot-from-the-hip" cowboy-police "intuition.
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i LOVE the cast change. a show well done and worth the hour to watch! the chemistry with the cast is fluid and sometimes funny. plots are no replicas of other crime shows out there so its very original as well. enjoy!!!
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As much as I love Mark Valley as an Actor (Human Target), and I think bringing him into the mix here was a good idea, how Delaney treats him and her own character has totally changed the show. Her attitude is just disgusting now, and they lost me as a viewer after the third episode. I dont see it as making it to season 4 without MAJOR changes in her attitude towards others.
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Buy the first 2 seasons and then run.It turns into the typical lead characters just want to get together wink-wink just like every other show on TV.UGH. Megan's personal life though an integral part of the show is now nearly the whole focus instead 0f the victim.Now we have to listen to her whine about her Father's death yet again.Really we are supposed to believe she's only about 43,Really.I like Dana Delaney fine ,but I watched the show because unlike most other shows with a death theme this show for the first 2 seasons was interesting with the tension broken by the camaraderie of the characters.The show has become the let's watch 2 middle-aged characters try to solve a crime while they tease each other about becoming lovers again.Some of us actually enjoyed the show as it was,they were funny,and sad and unpredictable.This show has become the standard schlock..It is sad that the interesting characters Bud,Sam and Peter are dumped for some generic guy (Tommy)that somebody keeps trying to give a job with a dull as toast partner .Delaney had a give and take smoldering just under the surface relationship with Peter but it respected our intelligence.She also had a boyfriend.If you watch all of the lets just jump into bed,or in this case back into bed ,whiny, my life is not happy unless I bof the idiot that I got rid of on purpose heroine.Then by all means jump right in it is now as bad as all the rest.Megan went from a strong woman in a group to a usual ABC drama character how sad.
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not only was peter removed from this show but also the two cops who worked with Megan, the lead character, a medical examiner. brought in as a major new character is a cop who Megan previously knew and with whom she was involved. They do have chemistry in the show and he is infinitely more appealing than anyone this show has used as a male to date. The two doofus, comic MEs are back as are the daughter, the boss and to a limited extent, the mother. the only thing that is somewhat unbelievable is that a medical examiner in a big city would be spending a ton of time with the cops other than at the scene of the crime to study the body and then with the cops during the autopsy, if they attended. But no, Megan is right out there with the cops solving the cases. this reminds me more of the partnership of Bones and Booth in BONES than of a forensic medical show. I do keep watching though because of Dana Delaney. She was the best thing on the end portion of DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES and has transposed that talent here. The scripts are good but they need to bring a consultant in who works for big city medical examiners' offices to get SOME reality into this show.

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