At last, a decade after it premiered as part of the new UPN network, Nowhere Man is finally being released on DVD! I was hooked on this show from its pilot (back in 1995) to the mind-blowing revelation of its final episode. If you think you're hooked trying to figure out what's going on on Lost, give Nowhere Man a try. For the unitiated...the plot revolves around photojournalist Thomas Veil and a picture he took of a military execution in some banana republic. On one particular night following this incident, Veil's entire life vanishes. His wife and friends don't recognize him anymore, his bank cards don't work, he doesn't have a documented history anywhere. It's as if he has been literally erased. Veil soon learns that his plight has something to do with the photograph he took, which he titled "Hidden Agenda". Ominous men pursue him, demanding the negative. And as the series goes on, Veil learns a little bit more about the conspiracy, picking up clues as to who "they" are and why they want the negative so badly. I can honestly tell you that the series' conclusion was nothing like what I expected. Though the final episode does not answer every question (the show was cancelled after one season), it does reframe the entire series in a startling new way. It's a terrific payoff for anyone who has followed all 25 episodes. Lest I prattle on any more, I'll just conclude by saying that many fans of the show have compared it favorably to that classic 1960s series The Prisoner. It's not as arcane, but it is just as paranoid and cerebral. Anybody else here remember this show?