Speaking of short-lived series, the UPN freshman outing Nowhere Man marks its tenth anniversary with a DVD release of the complete series on DVD from Image Entertainment.
Unknown forces conspire to erase photographer Thomas Veil’s identity and without warning, every aspect of his life is unraveled during the course of one evening – his wife acts as if he’s a stranger, his credit cards are suddenly invalid, his keys no longer fit the door to his home and in one way or another, his family and friends are silenced. Completely alone, Veil sets out on a desperate cross-country quest for an answer while eluding his powerful and unknown enemy. His only clue to the possible motivation behind the harrowing ordeal is the disappearance of one of his photographs, “Hidden Agenda,” which depicts the execution of natives in a war-torn Third World country.
Nowhere Man on DVD will be released as a 9-disc box set. The set is packed with audio and video commentaries , interviews, deleted and extended scenes, promotional spots, outtakes, and two featurettes – “Networking” and “Fact or Fiction?”.
Quite a bit of extras for a relatively small-scale show. The set arrives on December 27th for $49.99.