Body of Proof

9:30pm Tuesday, December 11 on TV2

In the season finale, Megan investigates a death which bears eerie similarities to her first case as Chief Medical examiner. With a victim who has her brain removed – the same modus operandi as jailed serial killer Wilson Polley – the team must race against the clock to discover the identity of a copycat or work out how Wilson could orchestrate a murder from behind bars. When Wilson escapes from jail all bets are off and Megan will need to fight to in order to survive.

9:35pm Tuesday, November 6 on TV2

The team is left with two cases to solve this week on Body of Proof.

After a car accident reveals a dead body in the trunk, the team is led to yet another body. Meanwhile Megan (Dana Delany) is reconnected with an old acquaintance and Kate’s (Jeri Ryan) job is threatened.

Hip-hop star Sean Kingston also makes his acting debut in this week’s episode. The Beautiful Girls hit-maker guest stars as cab driver, Marley.

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10:00pm Tuesday, October 2 on TV2

Tonight, Restaurant Impossible’s Chef Robert Irvine guest stars on all new Body Of Proof.

Meanwhile, a mystery killing has Megan playing detective after a recent lottery winner is found brutally murdered; and everyone is a suspect.

9:35pm Tuesday, September 4 on TV2

Super hot Kiwi export Cliff Curtis (Missing) guest stars as a broody detective, tonight in Body Of Proof.

When a 17-year-old over achiever is found dead outside a rave, after having called 911, Megan (Dana Delaney, Desperate Housewives) and her team are called in to investigate.

The teenager’s parents seem to be in denial about their son’s access to drugs. Meanwhile, Megan needs help in identifying the drugs found on the teen’s body and turns to her new friend, Special Agent Ames (Curtis) for help.

Later, Megan’s ex-husband Todd (Jeffrey Nordling, Desperate Housewives) has major news which will affect Megan’s future with their daughter.

9:30pm Tuesday, July 24 on TV2

The dead rise again when the critically acclaimed drama Body of Proof returns for a brand new season this week on TV2.

When an accident ended her career as a top neurosurgeon, Dr Megan Hunt (Dana Delaney, Desperate Housewives) became Philadelphia’s most notorious medical examiner.

Although she’s talent, Dr Hunt’s reputation for being difficult precedes her. Luckily, Dr Hunt has a few fans including her junior medical examiners and investigative partner, Peter Dunlop (Nicholas Bishop), who accept her unorthodox behaviour.

Perhaps her attitude stems from her hostile divorce or lack of a social life. When it comes to understanding the dead, Dr Hunt is remarkable. But when it comes to relationships with the living, she has a lot of work to do.

Tonight, a suspicious accident in a quiet cul-de-sac reminds Megan that things are not always as they seem. Guest starring former LA Laker, Rick Fox.

9:30pm Monday, August 29 on TV2

Joanna Cassidy (Six Feet Under) guest stars in TV2’s hit drama Body Of Proof this week.

While unravelling the murder mystery of a stay-at-home-dad, Megan (Dana Delany) is reminded of how she learned of her own father’s death, this week on Body Of Proof.

A perfect neighbourhood in the Philadelphia suburbs is shaken when a stay-at-home dad is found stabbed to death in his home.

As Megan unravels the mystery of his death and who killed him, she recalls how she learned of her own father’s death.

Meanwhile, Peter (Nicholas Bishop) helps Megan juggle her biggest challenge yet, taking charge of the Saturday carpool with her hard-to-impress daughter, Lacey (Mary Mouser), and her girlfriends.

Also, Kate (Jeri Ryan) takes on a consulting role in a pro bono case with Megan’s ex-husband.

Missed an episode of Body Of Proof? Full episodes are available online. Go to tvnz.co.nz and click the Ondemand link.

9:30pm Monday, August 22 on TV2

Megan (former Desperate Housewives star Dana Delaney) re-enters the high society world to which she once belonged when a top magazine editor is found dead at her Chestnut Hill mansion, this week on Body Of Proof.

Megan accepts her mother’s invitation to a social event with the ulterior motive of confronting a prime suspect, appalling her mother in the process.

And when Kate (Jeri Ryan) asks Ethan (Geoffrey Arend) to investigate the only trace evidence found at the murder scene, he’s surprised by her uncharacteristically upbeat and supportive attitude.

9:30pm Monday, August 15 on TV2

Christina Hendricks (Mad Men) guest stars opposite her real-life husband, Geoffrey Arend in TV2’s hit new drama Body Of Proof.

Milena Govich (Law & Order) and Marc Blucas (Buffy The Vampire Slayer) also guest star this week.

Hendricks portrays Karen Archer, the identical twin of a beautiful dead woman, whose mysterious death keeps Ethan (Arend) and Curtis (Windell Middlebrooks) guessing.

As Ethan’s personal interest in this case deepens, Curtis begins questioning Ethan’s motives.

Body Of Proof star Dana Delany (Desperate Housewives) is Dr Megan Hunt, a brilliant neurosurgeon at the top of her game, who had her world turned upside down when a devastating car accident ended her time in the operating room.

Megan has resumed her career as a medical examiner, determined to solve the puzzle of who or what killed the victims. Her instincts are sharp, but she’s developed a reputation for greying the lines of where her job ends and where the police department’s begins.

Also this week, Megan faces old demons when she visits her former boss at the hospital where she used to practice.

A patient has died after recent surgery. Was it murder or malpractice? Megan begins to suspect the victim’s doctor (Blucas) but as soon as Megan starts ruffling feathers, the hospital stonewalls.

9:30pm Monday, August 1 on TV2

TV2’s brand new drama Body Of Proof this week includes guest star Tony Plana (Betty’s father in Ugly Betty).

Actress Dana Delany (Desperate Housewives) stars as Dr Megan Hunt, who was a brilliant neurosurgeon at the top of her game, who had her world turned upside down when a devastating car accident ended her time in the operating room.

Megan has resumed her career as a medical examiner, determined to solve the puzzle of who or what killed the victims. Her instincts are sharp, but she’s developed a reputation for greying the lines of where her job ends and where the police department’s begins.

It turns out her career isn’t the only thing that will need to be rebuilt; Megan’s family has taken a backseat to her ambition, and now she’s discovering there’s a lot of work to do when it comes to dissecting her relationships with the living.

In this week’s episode, during the autopsy of a young woman murdered in a seedy hotel room, Megan is shocked to discover her own special connection to the victim.

Meanwhile, after learning of some personal challenges her colleagues are dealing with, Megan realises how much goes on around her that she’s been missing, and takes a sudden interest, much to her colleagues’ amusement.

Missed an episode of Body Of Proof? Full episodes are available online. Go to tvnz.co.nz and click the ‘Ondemand’ button.