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Links: Coroner, Season 2 finale

From Heather M. of The Televixen:

Link: Coroner Season 2 finale preview + chat with Adrienne Mitchell and Morwyn Brebner
“[There] was actually a real Dr. John Fernandes, who was a consultant on our show who died suddenly And so we wanted to do something to honour John and it came from there.” Continue reading.

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Coroner: Morwyn Brebner and Adrienne Mitchell talk “Fire, Pt.  2”
“The challenges are so great because there’s so much stuff that you could do. It’s all about paring it back to the essentials. How do we tie up these storylines and leave space to grow into future seasons? It was really hard this season.” Continue reading.

From Bill Brioux of Brioux.com:

Link: Roger Cross helps Coroner draw a sheet over the Season 2 finale
“He is this rigid police officer whose gotten there by doing things his own way and now here is this person who’s come into his life and made him second guess some things. McAvoy can’t help thinking, ‘Maybe you’re not in as much control as you thought you are.’” Continue reading.

From Heather M. of The Televixen:

Link: Adrienne Mitchell and Morwyn Brebner discuss the Coroner season finale
“[Donovan] is a romantic. He is a deep soul, and [we wanted to show] what it’s like to be that person in the middle of also doing this job where you can’t have those feelings. It was really great to be able to give him those moments.” Continue reading.

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Link: Coroner: Noelle Carbone talks “Monster in the House”

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Coroner: Noelle Carbone talks “Monster in the House”
“Along with Morwyn [Brebner, showrunner], Adrienne is the big beating heart of the show. She’s never directed one of my episodes before so when I found out I would be writing the penultimate episode, and that Adrienne would be directing it, I was so excited!” Continue reading.

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Link: Coroner: Shannon Masters and Charles Officer talk “One Drum”

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Coroner: Shannon Masters and Charles Officer talk “One Drum”
“This isn’t a normal procedural. It’s very emotional and Morwyn takes a lot of risks with her character choices, and that means it’s a very exciting show to watch. I was intimidated walking into a room of writers that had been together for so long, but I was welcomed with open arms.” Continue reading. 

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Link: Coroner: Sean Reycraft talks “Unburied”

From Bridget Liszewski of The TV Junkies:

Link: Coroner: Sean Reycraft talks “Unburied”
“What’s also so exciting about Coroner is that it’s run by women. And even though it’s in the crime/thriller genre, Morwyn made it clear from Day 1 that she wanted to avoid the trope of ‘dead-girl-of-the-week’. And focus the stories on crimes that are more personal, specific and, more importantly, allow us to have something to say.” Continue reading.

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