In the series finale, Mary finds herself caught between her "model" witness and an unexpected family reunion, while radical changes take place around the WITSEC office.
With Mary's father on the lam and out for vengeance, she finds herself under FBI surveillance. In order to clear her name, she'll have to lose her tail and track down her own father before anyone else does.
When Mary's fugitive father turns up, his return puts Brandi and Jinx in danger. Revelations abound as Mary struggles to determine whom she can trust.
Mary must protect a drag queen from reverting back to his old ways while Marshall gets "dragged" into an undercover sting operation.
Mary protects a bigamist not only from his former employer, but also his two wives. In WITSEC, cheating the black market can be dangerous; but cheating on multiple wives is a death sentence.
When Marshall's witness escapes from the WITSEC offices and disappears on an Indian Reservation, Mary and Marshall will need the help of a Native American detective to track him down.
Mary must juggle WITSEC with her new childcare duties after a hoarder witnesses a violent murder. Some say it takes a village; for a US Marshall, it takes the entire office.
Mary returns to WITSEC from maternity leave to find a new set of office dynamics. She must protect a witness who could take down one of the most powerful secret societies in the country.
On the day of her sister's wedding, Mary is flown to Miami in order to protect her least favorite witness from hired mercenaries.
Mary learns all the joys of childbirth while protecting a courtesan from the gangster that impregnated her. Although Mary may be immune to her charms, can a seductress truly ever be trusted?
Mary helps protect a guilt-ridden army veteran, while butting heads with his JAG attorney. Unfortunately for Mary, things are further complicated by the return of her ex-husband.
When Mary's WITSEC mandated road trip turns into an introspective odyssey, Marshall and Stan are left to deal with a rockstar witness and her overbearing mother.
Mary gets a WITSEC two-fer, when a witness is forced to enter the program after being mistaken for his "evil" twin brother. Not only must she protect the pair from their enemies, but also from each other.
Mary plays marriage counselor in order to mediate a WITSEC divorce. Not only must she reconcile a stubborn witness, but also thousands of years of Hindu tradition, in order to save the case and keep a family out of danger.
Mary must help a terminally ill father heal a tarnished relationship with his distant children.
When Mary's witness is forced out of an Amish community and into WITSEC, learning to adapt is far from her only concern. Even a fish out of water has to worry about sharks.
In Plain Sight stars Mary McCormack (Private Parts, The West Wing) as Mary Shannon. Her friends and family think she's just a glorified courier, but she's actually a U.S. Marshal, working for the highly secretive Witness Protection Program.
The fifth and final gripping season of "In Plain Sight" will keep viewers on the edge of their seats with heart-pounding storylines building to an unforgettable finale. Can Mary (Mary McCormack) balance motherhood with a demanding profession or will she put her baby up for adoption? Will Marshall (Frederick Weller) finally be truthful about his feelings for Mary, or can he make his relationship with Abigail (Rachel Boston) work? What will come of Brandi (Nichole Hiltz) and Peter (Josh Malina)? After opening up her heart to only a few men in the past, will Mary ever fall in love again? And the question that has haunted Mary her entire life -- where is the father that abandoned her?