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'In Plain Sight' Gets Renewed for One More Season

by Maggie Furlong, posted Aug 11th 2011 7:30PM
Mary McCormack, 'In Plain Sight''In Plain Sight' will be back for more ... but not too much more. USA announced today that it has renewed the series for a fifth and final season.

Sound like good news? Well it sort of is, but if you think about it, it's really just a very nice way of saying the show has been canceled. Plus, since the network gave the show an additional two-season pick-up last year, this isn't exactly news either.

What is news is that Season 5 will be a shortened swan song for the show, with only eight episodes ordered to wrap up the series instead of the usual 13. Season 5 is set to air next spring.

The news comes just days after the show's Season 4 finale aired earlier this week.

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Marshall Is Speechless on 'In Plain Sight' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Apr 22nd 2010 2:15AM
Marshall Is Speechless on 'In Plain Sight'Breaking up is hard to do. When you lose a romantic partner, sometimes you need a little distraction. On 'In Plain Sight' (Wed., 10PM ET on USA), Mary Shannon (Mary McCormack) is reeling from the loss of her fiancée. She then turns to Marshall (Frederick Weller) in the hope of receiving some comfort.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Eight things you need to know about In Plain Sight

by Jane Boursaw, posted May 22nd 2008 1:02PM
In Plain Sight"I really wanted to turn around and pop off one of those Columbo questions. You know, the innocuous afterthought that lets the killer know that I know he did it." So goes the voiceover of Mary McCormack (The West Wing) on USA's new original scripted series, In Plain Sight, premiering June 1st at 10/9c with a 76-minute episode, followed by 11 one-hour episodes.

I participated in a conference call this week with McCormack and her co-star Fred Weller (Law & Order: Criminal Intent), who dished about the show and each other. It's clear they have an easy-going camaraderie that will no doubt carry over into the series, and I look forward to checking it out.

Created and written by David Maples (Home Improvement, Huff), and executive produced by Maples and Paul Stupin (Dawson's Creek, Beautiful People), the dramedy revolves around the super-secret U.S. Witness Protection Program (WITSEC).

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