‘Coroner’ Renewed For Season 4
Canadian network CBC has renewed ‘Coroner‘ for a 4th Season, although it is a while before it will land, with the broadcaster setting a Winter 2022 premiere in its native Canada for the medical/crime drama.
Inspired by the best-selling series of books by M.R. Hall and created by Morwyn Brebner (‘Saving Hope’), ‘Coroner’ follows Dr. Jenny Cooper (Serinda Swan – ‘Inhumans’), a recently widowed new coroner who investigates suspicious, unnatural or sudden deaths in Toronto. Jenny taps into her intuition as much as her intellect and heart as she solves cases with the help of homicide detective Donovan McAvoy (Roger Cross – ‘Continuum’, ‘Dark Matter’), a man who isn’t afraid of challenging the status quo.
The series also stars Éric Bruneau (Goalie, Blue Moon) as Liam; Ehren Kassam (Degrassi, Next Class) as Ross; Nicholas Campbell (Da Vinci’s Inquest, Bad Blood) as Gordon Cooper; Tamara Podemski (Never Saw It Coming) as Alison Trent; Andy McQueen (Killjoys) as Malik Abed; and Kiley May (It Chapter Two) as River Baitz; Mark Taylor (Flashpoint) as Clark, a crown attorney working with Jenny on a new inquest; And Uni Park (Kim’s Convenience) as Melanie, the coroner office’s pathologist.
‘Coroner’ is produced by Muse Entertainment and Back Alley Films for CBC. The series massive hit for the Candian network when it launched, becoming the highest-rated new drama series in over four years for the broadcaster. Brebner serves as exec producer alongside Adrienne Mitchell, Brett Burlock, Peter Emerson, and Jonas Prupas.
‘Coroner‘ premieres on Sky Witness in the UK, with More4 also airing the series later free-to-air. The CW air the drama in the USA.
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