nnnnnThey’re professional and very careful at what they do! (What can I say? grin) Unlike today’s shows, this was feared to potentially turn more viewers off than on. During the series’ infancy and initial creation, it was believed that shows about “Coroners and Morticians” had little place for 1970s prime time television audiences. However, it was recognized that a coroner who was more of a detective than a pathologist might have something of a chance with the network sponsors and executives.n
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