North Mission Road

About the show

1104 North Mission Road is the home of the Los Angeles County Coroner. Here, up to 20,000 cases are investigated annually to determine the identity, cause and manner of death. North Mission Road is a television series with unprecedented access to the Coroner’s massive files, presenting the city's most compelling cases. Each episode follows the highly trained professionals of the L.A. County Coroner Department as they use the latest in forensic medicine and investigative techniques to solve a variety of challenging mysteries.

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Upcoming episodes

Jan 28th
900a

(Pilot) - The Lady in Cement aka L.A. Coroner

The L.A. County Coroner’s office is both a fascinating and frightening place. LA Coroner will take viewers inside the LACC’s laboratories and research rooms. This behind-the-scenes setting will capture the flavor and feel of what members of the coroner’s team really do. Using state of the art technology the corner's team works relentlessly to crack some of their toughest cases
Jan 28th
930a

Frontier Justice

When a mummified body turns up at an amusement park in long beach, california, investigators from the la coroner’s are called in to solve a very curious mystery.
Feb 4th
900a

Follow the Footprints

Popular owners of a family restaurant are found dead in their home. Footprints lead police to a workman’s home…where they find the shoes that may have made them and a knife that’s missing its tip. Can the experts at NMR help match the clues to the suspect?
Feb 4th
930a

Secret Weapon

A beautiful woman from the Ukraine is found dead in her apartment with unusual marking on her neck. Could the investigators at NMR identify the marks on her neck and help catch the killer?
Feb 11th
900a

Paralyzing Bullet fka Victim or Killer?

A charitable church-going woman is the victim of home break in. Her husband is shot and left for dead…or is he?
Feb 11th
930a

Partners in Crime

A doctor calls paramedics to report a patient’s unexpected death. An autopsy reveals no sign of foul play. The body is quickly cremated. Will the investigators at NMR be able to figure out how and why the man died?