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Body Of Proof Scheduling
The broadcast networks are hard-pressed to define what it is that keeps them on top of the heap as cable and new technologies chip away at their foundations. Yet the annual upfront ritual only…
"Motive" seeks to brighten up the crime procedural formula, unsuccessfully, by shifting the focus from "who"-dunit to "why."
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ABC laid out its midseason plans on Tuesday, setting March 3 as the premiere for organized-crime drama "Red Widow" while skedding Anthony Edwards thriller "Zero Hour" for Feb. 14.
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