Without a Trace (2002–2009)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery

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The cases of an FBI unit specializing in missing persons investigations.

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  • Anthony LaPaglia in Without a Trace (2002)
  • David Giuntoli in Without a Trace (2002)
  • Kathleen Wilhoite in Without a Trace (2002)
  • Roselyn Sanchez in Without a Trace (2002)
  • Eric Close in Without a Trace (2002)
  • Lisa Pescia in Without a Trace (2002)

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Hank Steinberg

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27 January 2006 | ccthemovieman-1
Flawed, But Better Than I Figured
If this hadn't been on sale for an extremely low price, I would never have seen it, which would have been my loss. This was good. Interesting stories, usually well-told and a cast of likable "good guys."

This show, which follows the number one-rated CSI show that precedes it on Thursday nights, is another Jerry Bruckmeier production and it shows. That means it will be stylishly shot, interesting, have a 40-ish male in the lead who is calm, have a racially diverse young crowd of people working for him, corny (expect a song the last two minutes with some corny ending), and a little bit of Liberal preaching here and there. All of that seems to add up to a hit show.

The best episodes in this first year came in the first half of the season, so it got viewers hooked. Straight, interesting crime stories. Then the PC baloney began to slowly infiltrate the stories along with some melodrama about the characters' personal lives. Who cares? Just give us the crime stories. Overall, I am not complaining. It was good first year and I enjoyed every episode except the last two-hour special which was nothing but a man sobbing and whining about his dead wife for most of the show.

Of the supporting cast, I liked Enrique Murciano the best with the boss, Anthony LaPaglia, a close second. Poppy (nice name) Montgomery was easy on the eyes but I didn't care for her attitude.

Finally, where is the second season on DVD? What's the delay?

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