Body of Proof returns to Seven next week at 9:30pm Monday May 21st following Revenge.
A pharmaceutical rep is found dead in the Schuykill River, but when Megan Hunt and the team investigate, there’s no blood found in her body. The team must locate the original crime scene to see if they can find the cause of death, but with suspects who have access to hundreds of unknown drugs, they may never know who or what killed her. Then, Ethan becomes fixated on the gorgeous twin of a beautiful corpse. Meanwhile, Megan faces old demons when she visits the hospital where she used to practice.
Seven also moves its factuals to 7:30pm Mondays from next week, where both shows were most at home anyway.
7:30pm Border Security
A Malaysian traveller raises concerns for Gold Coast officers when he arrives for a four-day holiday with only $125, a suitcase full of clothes and little knowledge about what he wants to do other than ‘see the view’. A package sent from Brazil containing a jewellery box alerts Customs and an x-ray reveals a hidden lining. Quarantine officer Eddy discovers a man travelling from China has bags filled with undeclared food, as well as a large wooden sword. And a French tourist arriving to see her boyfriend alerts immigration when they discover a diary she has with different names and dollar amounts alongside.
8pm The Force: Behind the Line
NSW State Crime Command raid two hydroponic houses of ‘mind blowing’ proportions before closing in on the ringleader behind thismassive operation – and you won’t believe how they were getting away with it. Two officers patrolling the streets of Darwin find the night taking a dramatic turn when they’re called to a car believed to be carrying a firearm. And Fairfield Highway Patrol pick up a stolen car with the aid of a new Automated Number Plate Recognition system. The officers go in pursuit of the car and discover the driver has not held a license for 10-15 years and has breached her bail.