Doctor Henry Morgan, New York City's star medical examiner, has a secret. He doesn't just study the dead to solve criminal cases, he does it to solve the mystery that has eluded him for 200 years - the answer to his own inexplicable immortality. This long life has given Henry remarkable observation skills which impresses his new partner, Detective Jo Martinez. Each week, a new case and their budding friendship will reveal layers of Henry's long and colorful past. Only his best friend and confidant, Abe knows Henry's secret.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Hollywood Forever Cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in Los Angeles, California in the United States. It is located at 6000 Santa Monica Boulevard in the Hollywood district of Los Angeles. The studios of Paramount Pictures is located at the south end of the same block on 40 acres that were once part of the cemetery, but held no interments. The renowned individuals who are interred in the graves, crypts, niches, and sarcophagi of the cemetery include culturally significant people as well as celebrities, including iconic actors, directors, writers, etc. from the entertainment industry. People who played vital roles in shaping Los Angeles are also interred throughout the property. The cemetery is interactive and regularly hosts community events, including music and summer movie screenings. In 2011, the cemetery acted as co-production company for the American silent movie Silent Life based on the story of the Hollywood idol Rudolph Valentino, who is famously entombed there in what was originally a borrowed crypt.
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The 1983 horror film One Dark Night starring Meg Tilly and Adam West used the two mausoleums at Hollywood Forever Cemetery for the interior and exterior shots of the mausoleum in the film. A documentary about the cemetery called The Young and the Dead, was made in 2000. The cemetery is briefly shown in the short Stopover in Hollywood. The television series 90210 featured the cemetery in the episode “Hollywood Forever”. In one scene of the novel Expiration Date by Tim Powers, the main characters are evading the antagonists of the novel by hiding in Hollywood Forever Cemetery. At one point the main hero, Pete Sullivan, remarks at the tomb of Bugsy Siegel that his late Hollywood producer father was friends with Siegel and many of the other celebrities interred at Hollywood Forever. To illustrate, Sullivan knocks the first few beats of “Shave-and-a-Haircut” on the marble slab of Siegel's crypt, and, a moment later, receives the response “Two-Bits” knocked from inside the crypt. In Episode 'Blues from Laurel Canyon' in Season 2 of Showtime's Californication character Lew Ashby's grave is depicted at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. A scene from the 2010 movie Valentine's Day took place in the cemetery. The movie shown in the cemetery was Hot Spell (1958). In 2012, Los Angeles heavy metal band L.A. Guns released an album entitled Hollywood Forever, which also contains a title track. A music video for one of the album's tracks, “Requiem” featured excerpts filmed on location at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery. Hollywood Forever Cemetery was featured on CNBC’s American Greed episode “Six Feet Plunder”: it detailed how the cemetery was purchased and owned by brothers Tyler and Brent Cassity, with some of the funds coming from National Prearranged Services, Inc., a ponzi scheme run by the Cassity family. The cemetery was featured in the 2014 horror comedy Burying the Ex. Talking Dead hosted a live 90-minute season premiere on the grounds, immediately following the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead. The grounds were also used to air the series finale of Breaking Bad.
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