In Plain Sight Producer Hypes Season Finale "Event"

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Events that take place on the In Plain Sight season finale has been called "awful, heartbreaking and unexpected."

Is this a valid description of the show's August 9 episode?

Sort of, producer David Maples told E! News. He said:

"The In Plain Sight finale is an event that unfolds over two episodes, and a lot of things transpire with our cast, work-wise and with personal relationships. Things are left up in the air with the show, but it's not like the Moldovan army comes in and starts spraying bullets and we don't know who's alive and who's dead. It's not quite that kind of a cliffhanger."

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