A senator's wife goes missing.

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 Ben Wilson 12 episodes, 2006
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 FBI Agent 12 episodes, 2006
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 Agent Michael Tyner / ... 11 episodes, 2006
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 Malik Christo / ... 10 episodes, 2006
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 Jessica Nevins 9 episodes, 2006
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 J.T. Morse 9 episodes, 2006
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 Judge Wallace Rainer 8 episodes, 2006
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 Peter Manning 8 episodes, 2006
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 Agent Daniel Lucas 7 episodes, 2006
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 Agent Edward Dockery / ... 7 episodes, 2006
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 Adam Putnam 6 episodes, 2006
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 Mrs. Jerome 6 episodes, 2006
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The FBI examines various crimes all somehow relating to the kidnapping of Sara, U.S. senator Jeffrey Collins's second wife, from Atlanta. First FBI special agent Graham Kelton is in charge, who proved his value in a previous kidnapping case but was traumatized for life by its ending, costing the life of his own son Nathan, takes charge, but quickly finds he's not just dealing with ransom-thieves but facing a complex conspiratorial web involving the senator's crucial political role, notably in judge Wallace Rainer's presidential nomination to the Supreme Court, his first wife Jessica Nevins, their teenage children Max and Marcy, and probably even Nathan's kidnapper-murderer. After Graham's murder in the line of duty, well-connected Special Agent Danny Lucas, dropped from the top, proves as competent and tenacious but faces new, mysterious complications. Written by KGF Vissers

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one of the best new fall shows
27 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

Don't listen to anyone telling you different- Vanished is tied for best new show of the season with Jericho. People may say that it's not Lost- thing is- that's a good thing- the arc is far better thought out than Lost- there are intriguing teases every week that actually tie to the mystery- unlike the irrelevant baggage Lost carries around with it.

Vanished is a very addictive show, and the fact that it follows one compelling case makes it all the more exciting- for example there are no pointless characters- like the prevalent 'comic-relief' character we get in almost every show now.

True Vanished is not the best show of all time- some of the acting leaves room for improvement, and the senator's daughter is a little bit on the annoying side, but at least we get varied characters, which is something you only usually now get on veronica mars and grey's anatomy.

The real tragedy would be if this show gets cancelled before it finishes its arc while Lost blunders on not ever planning to wrap up any of its mysteries.


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