Kidnapped (2006–2007)

TV Series   |  Crime, Drama


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Complex overtones surround the kidnapping of a wealthy New York family's 15-year-old son, leading a specialist and a retiring FBI agent to figure it out.

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7.7/10
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  • Dana Delany in Kidnapped (2006)
  • Timothy Hutton in Kidnapped (2006)
  • Delroy Lindo and Rosalyn Coleman in Kidnapped (2006)
  • Delroy Lindo and Linus Roache in Kidnapped (2006)
  • Will Denton in Kidnapped: Pilot (2006)
  • Timothy Hutton and Olivia Thirlby in Kidnapped (2006)

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Creator:

Jason Smilovic

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18 January 2007 | mascfam
10
| Outstanding drama concluded on-line
Viewers hooked on Kidnapped, which was far-too-quickly yanked from NBC's 2006 fall line-up, watched a superb cast that included Jeremy Sisto, Delray Lindo, Dana Delaney and Timothy Hutton, play out the multiple twists and turns of this suspenseful thriller on-line. Will Denton delivered a focused, utterly believable performance as Leo Cain, the 15-year-old kidnap victim, who played a gripping psychological cat-and-mouse game for survival with his captors, brilliantly portrayed by Robert John Burke and Otto Sanchez. Even secondary characters had gripping back stories and the acting was uniformly excellent. The plot kept viewers guessing and stressing. When and if Sony provides a Kidnapped DVD, SNAP IT UP!

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