|Theme music composer||Stephen Arnold Music|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||26|
|Running time||23 minutes|
|Original network||Court TV|
|Original release||September 29, 2003 –|
Extreme Evidence is an American reality television series that premiered on Court TV on September 29, 2003.Each half-hour episode attempts to use forensic science to uncover the cause of a catastrophic event. 3-D animation, and first-hand accounts from eyewitnesses, are also used to illuminate the investigations. As of late January 2015, the show is now in reruns on the Justice Network.
Court TV used several production companies to produce episodes of Extreme Evidence, including LMNO Cable Group, Medstar Television, and New York Times Television.
|"Desert Disaster"||September 29, 2003||101|
|"Mystery on the Mississippi"||TBA||102|
|"The Missing Pin"||TBA||103|
|"Mystery Oil Spill"||TBA||110|
|"Total Collapse"||October 19, 2004||113|
|"Fire in the Sky"||TBA||118|
|"Wild Wonder"||January 11, 2005||121|
|"Air Tanker Disasters"||March 7, 2005||127|
Nip/Tuck is an American medical drama television series created by Ryan Murphy that aired on FX in the United States from July 22, 2003, to March 3, 2010. The series, which also incorporates elements of crime drama, black comedy, family drama, satire, and psychological thriller, focuses on "McNamara/Troy", a cutting-edge, controversial plastic surgery center, and follows the personal and professional lives of its founders Dr. Sean McNamara and Dr. Christian Troy. Each episode features graphic, partial depictions of the plastic surgeries on one or more patients, as well as developments in the doctors' personal lives. Focus is also given to McNamara/Troy's anesthesiologist Dr. Liz Cruz, Christian's many sexual partners, and Sean's family. With the exception of the pilot, each episode of the series is named after one of the patients scheduled to receive plastic surgery.
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