Beauty and the Beast
To solve her mother's murder, Detective Catherine Chandler works with a man with a dangerous flaw.
Jennifer Levin (Executive Producer), Sherri Cooper (Executive Producer), Bill Haber (Executive Producer), Paul Junger witt (Executive Producer), Tony Thomas (Executive Producer), Ron Koslow (Executive Producer), Gary Fleder (Executive Producer), Jill Carter (Director), Gillian Horvath (Writer), Mairzee Almas (Director), Benjamin Raab (Writer), Deric Hughes (Writer), Rich Newey (Director), Jeff Reno (Writer), Ron Osborn (Writer), Stuart Gillard (Director), Melissa Glenn (Writer), David Mcnally (Director), Roger Grant (Writer), Jeff Renfroe (Director), Brad Kern (Writer), Fred Gerber (Director), Sherri Cooper (Writer), Jennifer Levin (Writer), Steven a. Adelson (Director), Vanessa Rojas (Writer), John Norris (Writer), Eric Tuchman (Writer), Amy Curen (Writer), Sudz Sutherland (Director), Pamela Anton (Director), Wendy Hauser (Writer), Norma Bailey (Director), Grant Harvey (Director), Allan Kroeker (Director), Rupa Magge (Writer), Paul Kaufman (Director), Michael Robison (Director), Bradley Walsh (Director), Rick Bota (Director), Kevin Fair (Director), Holly Henderson (Writer), Don Whitehead (Writer), Mike Rohl (Director), Brian Studler (Writer), Scott Peters (Director), Blair Singer (Writer), Rick Rosenthal (Director), Emily Silver (Writer), Kelly Souders (Writer), Brian Peterson (Writer), Lee Rose (Director), Bobby Roth (Director), Allison Moore (Writer), Paul Fox (Director), Steve Adell (Director), P.j. Pesce (Director), Jeff Rake (Writer), Gary Fleder (Director)
|"Heart of the Matter" Vincent and Cat go to a couples counselor; Cat thinks a wealthy transplant recipient is involved with mysterious experiments on people in the city. (Repeat)||WPIX|
|"The Most Dangerous Beast" Cat receives a new partner assignment, causing her to think that Carol and Bob have returned; J.T.'s healing ability comes at a terrible cost. (Repeat)||WPIX|
While investigating a murder, Detective Catherine Chandler, discovers a clue that leads her to Dr. Vincent Keller, a man who supposedly died in Afghanistan in 2002. She realizes that she has met him before, years earlier when he saved her from an assault that left her mother dead, and that he suffers from a condition that causes rage to turn him into a monster, which has forced him out of society. Catherine agrees to keep his identity secret in exchange for his help untangling the truth about her mother's murder. Their partnership turns out to be a dangerous one, as they battle a powerful attraction that threatens to destroy them both.
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