Review: Body of Proof: The Complete First Season

Review: Body of Proof: The Complete First Season

I had the chance to view Body of Proof: The Complete First Series on DVD this week. I didn’t get to watch it on ABC when it originally aired so I was excited to check it out.

Here is the official synopsis for the series:
Dr. Megan Hunt (Dana Delany) was second to none – a brilliant neurosurgeon in a class all her own –  but when her lifesaving gift is destroyed in a career-ending car accident, she reinvents herself as a medical examiner. Armed with keen instincts and vast medical knowledge, Dr. Hunt uses the victim’s bodies to tell the story of their lives and untimely death. The first season of this hit new series allows fans to relive the twists and turns of each case as Hunt seeks justice for every victim while also embarking on a journey of personal redemption.

I have to admit that after the first couple of episodes I wasn’t sure if this show was for me. Dr.Hunt was slightly annoying at the beginning. But by the third episode the series really starts to hit its stride. The characters really find their groove and I really love the supporting cast.

While it is yet another medical procedural drama, it has its own unique elements and it really almost feels real with the amount of work that has gone into the medical details. And while it is a serious show, I love how they are able to inject some humor into some intense situations with the supporting characters of Curtis and Ethan.

The Blu-ray also has several bonus features.

  • “Examining the Proof” – This feature goes behind the scenes of the show with interviews with the cast and crew.  It was cool hearing from the actual medical professionals that work on the drama and how they contribute to the shows authenticity.
  • “If Looks Could Kill” – Takes you behind the scenes with costume designer Roberta Haze to learn how she creates the looks for the show. She was a really interesting person and it was cool to see her process.
  • “Body of Goof” – The first season’s blooper reel. There is a really good impersonation of Christopher Walken thrown in there.
  • You can also check out a preview of season 2.

Body of Proof: The Complete First Season will be available on Blu-ray on September 20, 2011.

If you would like more information on the Blu-ray release of Body of Proof, or the show in general, you can visit the shows website or Facebook page.

Review: Body of Proof: The Complete First Season
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