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« on: May 12, 2015, 06:11:32 PM »

Unfortuantley -its been canceled.  Which is a shame because I was enjoying it.

Dr. Henry Morgan works for the NYPCD as a medical examiner.  he has a wealth of knowledge he's acquired over his life.  It's a lot because he's over 200 years old. Ever since being shot on a slave ship Henry doesn't age and every he suffers a fatal injury or disease, his body disappears and he reappears perfectly healthy and naked in a nearby body of water.   He's been trying to discover the cause and cure for his condition for some time.  He encounter only one other person like him.  Adam, who has the same condition but has been around since the Roman Empire. (suggested to have died in the same assassination with Julius Ceaser).

What I liked about it: Rather than being a complete %$^&%$ as so many of these smartest guy in the room shows tend to be.  Henry was usually a nice person.  He propbably seemed odd to his co workers, but that's because he was trying to keep a secret instead of just being an arrogant jerk because he could get away with it.  (A big reason I stopped watching House and couldn't get into The Mentalist)

Henry was played by Ioan Gruffud-Mr Fantastic from the 2005 Fantastic Four movie.  Adam was played by Burn Gorman from Pacific Rim.

A police medical drama with a fantasy twist.  It was good but maybe not great show that I think deserved at least another season.

At least, that's what Gary Busey told me...

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« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2015, 02:29:39 PM »

I don't watch TV anymore, unless I'm out of town on some sort of vacation. It just got too complicated and too expensive to watch it, but . . .


I know where you are coming from, as when I did watch TV, I know I hated to see my favorite shows, the ones that I watched most frequently, canceled, especially those that lasted less than a season.

One did wonder what shows ABC was canceling, as it has 10 new shows coming up in the 2015-2016 season, and they are . . .

The Catch -- Dr. Ken -- The Family -- The Muppets -- Of Kings and Prophets -- OIL -- Quantico -- The Real O'neals -- Uncle Buck -- and Wicked City.
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