It's just as demanding as any other professional sport.
The Mysteries of Laura is an American police procedural comedy-drama television series developed by Jeff Rake and executive-produced Greg Berlanti and Mc G.
A treasured friend of Laura's and Jake's is found dead, leading the ex couple to the place of their first date in order to catch the person who did it.
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A club patron's death is linked to jewelry heists in the Diamond District so the detectives must halt a thievery ring in order to solve a murder.
Meanwhile, Jake breaks divorced-parent protocols, leading Laura to reexamine her involvement with Tony.
This show embraces such emotion of real athletes and the drama leaves me on the edge of my seat!
Each finale, or even episode leaves me reeling for more.
On May 8, 2015, The Mysteries of Laura was renewed for a second season of 13 episodes, Laura goes undercover, creating an online dating profile in an attempt to snare a killer.
Meanwhile, Jake finally signs the divorce papers, which makes Laura reconsider her decision to join the dating world again.
Religion becomes a factor when Laura and the detectives investigate the murder of a couple.