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Paula Patton returning to television in Fox’s ‘Murder In A Small Town’

Patton will play Dr. Elizabeth Lewis in the television adaptation of the popular book series by author by L.R. Wright.
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Paula Patton is returning the the small screen this fall when she takes on the role of Dr. Elizabeth Lewis in a new procedural series for Fox called “Murder In A Small Town.”

Based on the nine-book series by Canadian author L.R. Wright, the show will star Rossif Sutherland as Karl Alberg, a worn out detective who moves to a small town to escape the perils of big city police work. His dreams of a peaceful life in his new city are shattered when he’s called upon to help solve a number of mysterious murders that keep washing up on the town’s shore.

Patton’s character, Dr. Lewis, is a world-class psychiatrist who arrives at the local police station to offer her services in helping to catch the killer whom she believes to be a former client of hers.

Leading the series with Sutherland will be Kristin Kreuk along with a slew of notable guest stars throughout the season in addition to Patton such as Aaron Douglas, Fritzy-Klevans Destine, James Cromwell, Mya Lowe, Savonna Spracklin, Stana Katic, and Crystal Balint – who will guest star in three episodes as Dr. Olive Duval.

“Murder In A Small Town” will premiere later this fall on the Fox network.

Check out the preview trailer below.

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