Women’s Murder Club

 Women's Murder Club Network: ABC
Episodes: 13 (hour)
Seasons: One

TV show dates: October 12, 2007 — May 13, 2008
Series status: Cancelled/ended

Performers include: Angie Harmon, Laura Harris, Paula Newsome, Aubrey Dollar, Tyrees Allen, Rob Estes, Linda Park, Coby Ryan McLaughin, Jonathan Adams, Ever Carradine, Kyle Secor, Joel Gretsch, Tom Choi, Gerald McRaney, Joe Flanigan, and James Huang.

women's murder club past TV show

TV show description:
Based on the best-selling books by James Patterson, this series follows the lives of four talented professional women in San Francisco.

The friends join together to lend their particular talents to help solve murder cases. They are police inspector Lindsay Boxer (Angie Harmon), who’s marriage to police lieutenant Tom (Rob Estes) broke up due to her obsession with the search for the “Kiss-Me-Not” killer; happily married medical examiner Dr. Claire Washburn (Paula Newsome); cool Assistant District Attorney Jill Bernhardt (Laura Harris); and young crime reporter Cindy Thomas (Aubrey Dollar). Working together, the ladies learn things that are pertinent to both their professional and personal lives.

Other characters include Lindsay’s loyal partner, Warren Jacobi (Tyrees Allen); Jill’s boss, deputy D.A. Denise Kwon (Linda Park); Jill’s boyfriend, Dr. Luke Bowen (Coby Ryan McLaughlin); defense attorney Hanson North (Kyle Secor); and Claire’s husband Ed Washburn (Jonathan Adams), who’s wheelchair-bound after being shot while serving in the armed forces.

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  1. Dinah Rushing says

    PLEASE bring back Women’s Murder Club. This is my favorite of all of Patterson’s books and loved the TV series. I loved the ones chosen for each character role especially Gerald McRaney as Lindsay’s Dad. Hope it returns to TV soon. Waiting for the return…

  2. Lori from Ohio says

    I for one loved the show – Angie was great and the other actors were a perfect match with the characters. It portrayed the book so closely and had me looking forward to the next one. It should at least be on another network if ABC does not want it unless it is at the top of the ratings. All of the Patterson novel readers would want it back.

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