Close to Home

 Close to Home Network: CBS
Episodes: 44 (hour)
Seasons: Two

TV show dates: October 4, 2005 — May 11, 2007
Series status: Cancelled/ended

Performers include: Jennifer Finnigan, Kimberly Elise, David James Elliott, John Carroll Lynch, Jon Liggett, Cress Williams, Jon Seda, Christian Kane, Bruce Davison, Conor Dubin, Barry Shabaka Henley, Traber Burns, Carlos Lacamara, and James McMann.

close to home past TV show

TV show description:
Aggressive prosecutor Annabeth Chase (Jennifer Finnigan) has a perfect conviction record. Returning to work after having her first child, Annabeth is ready to take on the most difficult cases, fueled by her passion to protect her community and family, like husband Jack Chase (Christian Kane) and daughter Hailey.

Other characters include Annabeth’s boss Maureen Scofield (Kimberly Elise), Chief Deputy Prosecutor James Conlon (David James Elliott), Detective Ed Williams (Cress Williams), Steve Sharpe (John Carroll Lynch), Ray Blackwell (Jon Seda), and Defense Attorney Doug Hellman (Bruce Davison).


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5 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. smallrage says

    One of the few shows show ABC has that is worth watching is being canceled I guess not too many of the 18,000 who are equipped with a Nielsen rating box had that brains it took to follow this show

  2. She Cranford says

    What is David James Elliott doing now? He was really fantastic in JAG! We are all still hoping he will land another series. David and Catherine Bell were so great together. Too bad the producers did not get him to play in Army Wives. Better yet…he could play the lead in CSI or he would have been great staring in any of the top TV series. We feel there is no better actor than David James Elliott. He is also very handsome.

  3. Mel says

    Hi, l really want to purchase the 2 series of ‘close to home’. Do you know where l can buy it from. Thanks. Mel

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