Jennifer Beals to return to TV in supernatural medical drama
If you are a child of the 80's you may recognize Jennifer Beals as the sexy actress that played the lead role in Flash Dance in 1983. Since that first role, Beals has played in 50 movies and was most recently part of the cast of the HBO show "The L Word."
Beals is set to return to TV according to ABC News in the title role in a new drama from Kyra Sedgwick. Sedgwick is the wife of Hollywood actor and 80's staple Kevin Bacon. Beal will play Dr. Kathryn Russo. The character is described as a surgeon that is struggling with the loss of a teenage son.
The show is called Proof and in the series, Beals will begin to investigate whether there is life after death. It's hard to believe based on the way she looks now, but Beals is 50. There aren't many details on Proof at this time.
We don’t know when the series will premiere, we don’t even know if the series is already in production. Like many cable networks, TNT is producing some poplar shows of its own these days rather than relying solely on reruns and game shows like some of these networks did in the past. Beals played in the Fox series Chicago Code in the past.
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