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Without a Trace: Win Season Three on DVD!

cancelled Without a Trace on DVDBefore Unforgettable, CBS viewers knew Poppy Montgomery from another crime drama, Without a Trace. Also starring Anthony LaPaglia, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Enrique Murciano and Eric Close, this hit procedural TV series focuses on a special New York–based FBI task force known as the Missing Persons Squad. It ran for seven seasons and 160 episodes, before being cancelled in 2009.

At the start of the third season, the newly promoted Vivian has replaced Jack as the leader of the Missing Persons Squad. Jack, who is experiencing his share of marital difficulties, is not displaced for long, however, and soon resumes his post. Meanwhile, Vivian is having trouble hiding her health condition from her co-workers and Martin and Samantha’s relationship reaches a defining moment. Through it all, the team strives to solve the cases they are constantly challenged by. Guest stars during this season include Chad Lowe, Tony Goldwyn, John Krasinski, Timothy Busfield and Martin Landau.

The third season of Without a Trace has been released on DVD and is available from Amazon. We also have a copy available for giveaway.

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