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Coroner Season 1 Episode 7 Review: The Suburbs

Coroner Review: The Suburbs

Dr. Peterson returns on Coroner Season 1 Episode 7, the first half of a two-part Season Finale. Read on for our review of the penultimate episode of Season 1.
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Coroner Season 1 Episode 6 Review: Confetti Heart

Coroner Review: Confetti Heart

Jenny brings the fight for justice to court on Coroner Season 1 Episode 6. Questions of police brutality and racial profiling abound. Check out our review.
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Coroner Season 1 Episode 5 Review: All's Well

Coroner Review: All's Well

A cooked turkey wasn't the only corpse at Jenny's Thanksgiving dinner on Coroner Season 1 Episode 5. Sounds like one dramatic meal. Read on for our Review.
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Coroner Season 1 Episode 4 Review: Quick or Dead

Coroner Review: Quick or Dead

The killers come a little too close for comfort on Coroner Season 1 Episode 4. After the action is over, Jenny makes a drastic change. Read on for our review.
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Coroner Season 1 Episode 3 Review: Scattered

Coroner Review: Scattered

Dogs, dead people's body parts, and depression led to an exciting cliffhanger on Coroner Season 1 Episode 3. Read on for our review of this week's installment.
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Coroner Season 1 Episode 2 Review: Bunny

Coroner Review: Bunny

Somebody dresses up in a bunny costume at a sex party on Coroner Season 1 Episode 2. Oh yeah, and there's a murder to solve. Check out our review.
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Coroner Details

Network:
The CW
Number of Episodes
8
Start Date
Seasons:

Coroner Quotes

Jenny: Go change the baby.
Taylor: You know I'm a detective, right?
Jenny: That's how I know you can find the diapers.

Dr. Peterson: She convulsed when she hanged
Jenny: She was actually suspended and her shoes were on when I found her so, I don't think so.
Dr. Peterson: You don't think so?
Jenny: I had an instinct.
Dr. Peterson: How can you have instincts when you don't know anything?
Jenny: I'm s- I'm sorry, what?
Dr. Peterson: They're called guesses. What you're doing is guessing. I've been a pathologist for 20 years and before this, you were what, a GP?
Jenny: I was an ER doctor.
Dr. Peterson: I stay competent year after year and the coroners just get younger and more, but how bout this, I will write up my findings and then you can sign off on them, okay?