Without a Trace: The Complete Third
Review by Suzanne Lanoue
This was a very good show that lasted a long time. I
watched every single episode when it aired. It was a good
solid show with a great cast. It's good to have the show on
DVD so I can re-watch the episodes.
I love Anthony LaPaglia, and he is the star. Eric Close
has always been one of my favorites, too. They are all very
good. The stories are very interesting. No other show that I
recall has ever done "missing persons" angle the way this
show did. You never know when watching it whether the person
was going to end up dead or safely return, and that's part
of what made it interesting.
There are no extras or features on the DVD, which is a
shame. I don't know why it's taking them so long to bring
out all the DVD's, either. In any case, make sure to buy
this one because it's really good.
Here's more information about the MOD release of Without A Trace: The Complete Third Season (https://bitly.com/L6rLvO)
from Warner Archive.
Starring Emmy® and Golden Globe winner Anthony LaPaglia, Poppy Montgomery, Oscar® nominee Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Enrique Murciano and Eric Close, this hit procedural drama focuses on a special New York--based FBI task force known as the Missing Persons Squad. At the start of the third season, the newly promoted Vivian has replaced Jack as the leader of the Missing Persons Squad. Jack, who is experiencing his share of marital difficulties, is not displaced for long, however, and soon resumes his post. Meanwhile, Vivian is having trouble hiding her health condition from her co-workers and Martin and Samantha's relationship reaches a defining moment. Through it all, the team strives to solve the cases they are constantly challenged by. Guest stars this season include Emmy® winner Chad Lowe, Tony Goldwyn and John Krasinski, as well as Timothy Busfield and Martin Landau, in recurring roles.
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