Episodes: 13 but four didn’t air (hour)
TV show dates: August 21, 2006 — November 10, 2006
Series status: Cancelled/ended
Performers include: John Allen Nelson, Joanne Kelly, Margarita Levieva, John Patrick Amedori, Ming-Na, Rebecca Gayheart, Christopher Egan, Esai Morales, Leslie Odom Jr., Penelope Ann Miller, Joseph C. Phillips, Jeff Michael, Gale Harold, Christopher Cousins, Josh Hopkins, Eddie Cibrian, David Berman, Robert Hoffman, Robin Pearson Rose, Gary Werntz, Bianca Kajlich, Conni Marie Brazelton, Randy Oglesby, Ryan Van de Kamp Buchanan, Yara Martinez, Anna Zielinski, Ashlyn Sanchez, Brandon Quinn, Reed Diamond, Michael O’Keefe, Michael Harney, Don McManus, Mia Korf, Juliette Goglia, Kiersten Lyons, Tina Holmes, Arie Verveen, James MacDonald, Dennis Arndt, Susan Misner, Christopher Neame, Nick Wechsler, Tom Schmid, Matt Riedy, Marc Valera, Mat Hotsteler, Joshua Dov, Rueben Grundy, Tony Donno, John Lacy, Ray Siegle, Jason Gray, Nathan Moore, Kerris Dorsey, Billy Briggs, Jesse Burch, Buddy Sosthand, Shawn Woods, Paul Grace.
TV show description:
The drama begins with the sudden disappearance of a Georgia senator’s wife. It quickly became apparent that the disappearance was part of a much wider conspiracy. The family, a pair of FBI agents, a journalist and her lover, are all drawn into an evolving mystery with political and religious undertones.
Episode 13 – Warm Springs
As remaining clues come together when Agent Lucas intensely interrogates a Collins family member and Sara’s phone call home pinpoints a new location, the unexpected happens and the mystery behind Sara and her location are revealed.
This episode was released online only.
In early Fall 2006, because of low viewership, the producers were asked to wrap up the series in 13 episodes instead of 22 episodes as they’d originally planned. Sara Collin’s fate was revealed but most of the other series questions were left unanswered.
There has been talk that the series mysteries may be revisited on an episode of FOX’s Bones but it has not happened thus far.
Behind the Scenes
|•||FOX pulled the series after nine of the 13 episodes had aired. The network posted the remaining four episodes on their MySpace website. These could only be seen within the US.|
|•||In a surprising twist, lead character Graham Kelton (Harold) was shot several times in the seventh episode. When the series returned from a hiatus, Graham was dead. While it has been rumored that this was done because Gale was difficult, series executive producer Josh Berman maintains that it was all about the story. Berman says that Gale was a pleasure to work with and Graham’s death was done to make sure the audience felt that none of the characters were safe.|