Without A Trace

2002, TV Show

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NBC's midseason drama Believe has enlisted Without a Trace alum Marianne Jean-Baptiste for a recurring role, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

In Believe, an unlikely relationship develops between a young girl named Bo (Johnny Sequoyah) with a gift and her father Tate (Jake McLaughlin) when he's sprung from prison and tasked with protecting her from the evildoers who covet her power.

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Season 5, Episode 24
In the fifth season finale, the team searches for a missing 13-year-old girl whose mother fears she fell prey to a fierce neighborhood drug dealer. Meanwhile, Jack tries to figure out how to protect Elena from her vindictive ex-husband after her legal case against him, regarding the abduction of their daughter from Elena's home, falls apart. PATRICK LABYORTEAUX ("JAG") guest stars as William Broeder.

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Season 5, Episode 23
The team searches for a teenage girl who vanished during her high school prom. Witnesses reported that the girl left the festivities to rest alone in her hotel room upstairs.

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Season 5, Episode 22
After signing paperwork ordering a violent husband to vacate his home, beleaguered divorce-court judge Chris Manning (LOREN DEAN) disappears. Due to the nature of Chris' work, Martin and Vivian have plenty of suspects to choose from, but investigating the extremely private judge's personal life leads them to a few more people who could have wanted him dead. He might have been romantically involved with a woman from one of his cases, and he was also photographed hiring a prostitute. But when evidence surfaces that Chris was involved in something much more malicious, the detectives wonder if he purposely went missing.

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Season 5, Episode 21
The team searches for a stuntman who went missing shortly after completing a dangerous, fiery stunt. They discover that he received a death threat minutes before he vanished from the film set.

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Exclusive: NBC's Believe Snags Without a Trace's Marianne Jean-Baptiste

NBC's midseason drama Believe has enlisted Without a Trace alum Marianne Jean-Baptiste for a recurring role, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.

In Believe, an unlikely relationship develops between a young girl named Bo (Johnny Sequoyah) with a gift and her father Tate (Jake McLaughlin) when he's sprung from prison and tasked with protecting her from the evildoers who covet her power.

Vote for your favorite new shows in our Fall TV Popularity Contest

The Oscar-nominated British actress will play... read more

On the Set: Unforgettable's Lively New Spirit

Much has changed on the Unforgettable set since the drama about NYPD cop Carrie Wells (Poppy Montgomery), who has near perfect memory, was canceled more than a year ago by CBS, then miraculously brought back to life. The action has moved from a grimy Queens precinct to the shiny, high-tech Manhattan Major Crimes Section, and the show's tone has been similarly lightened, in keeping with its off-season scheduling (the first of eight summer episodes aired July 28, with five more new installments to follow later).

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Michael Bay’s The Last Ship Sets Sail at TNT with Series Order

TNT has picked up Michael Bay's drama The Last Ship to series, the network announced Tuesday.

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It's a Girl for Unforgettable's Poppy Montgomery

Unforgettable star Poppy Montgomery and her boyfriend, Shawn Sanford, welcomed a daughter on April 22, People reports.

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Pilot Season: Odette Annable and Bruce Greenwood Join ABC's Venice

Odette Annable and Bruce Greenwood have joined the cast of ABC's Venice, TVGuide.com has learned.

The pilot is a modern take on Romeo & Juliet that pits the two rival families of California's most seductive beachside city against each other. Greenwood will play... read more

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Premiered: September 26, 2002, on CBS
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: An FBI Missing Persons Unit in Manhattan races the clock to crack cases by learning as much as possible about people who may have been kidnapped or killed, taken their own lives or simply wanted to disappear. A photo of an actual missing individual is shown at the end of each episode with instructions for viewers to contact a local FBI office with information on the person's whereabouts. Solidly written and performed, the series successfully challenged the Thursday-night dominance of 'ER.'

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