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Mon
Jan 9 2012 5:51pm

The End of Mary Shannon Is In Plain Sight

Fred Weller and Mary McCormack as Marshall and Mary in In Plain SightWhen we last left one of our favorite feds, witness specialist U.S. Marshal Mary Shannon, she was: protecting an annoying con artist (normal nonsense), in a daring gun battle and escape (damn neo-Nazis), attending her sister’s wedding (nerves made that a no-go) and going into labor (oh, no—not yet!).

[January 4], USA Network announced a March 16th premiere for the final 8-episode fifth season of In Plain Sight, a series that’s made a bunch of fans around here.

As Matt Webb Mitovich of TV|Line muses:

Can Mary balance motherhood with a demanding profession or will she put her baby up for adoption?  Will Marshall finally be truthful about his feelings for Mary, or can he make his relationship with Abigail (Rachel Boston) work? ...

To read the full post and to speculate about what the end of In Plain Sight might bring (a Mary/Marshall romance, anyone?), visit our sister Crime and Mystery blog, CriminalElement.com.