Lifetime’s gripping true-life series “Vanished With Beth Holloway” examines some of America’s most disturbing unsolved cases, as told to Holloway by the families who’ve been victimized by mysterious abductions or disappearances of loved ones and unspeakable crimes. Now left with little hope, these families turn to Holloway, who continues to live a mother’s worst nightmare as she carries on her tireless quest to solve the mystery surrounding her daughter Natalee’s tragic 2005 disappearance. A passionate advocate for these families, Beth offers her unique insight into each case, dedicating her intensely personal point of view and empathy to family and loved ones seeking answers. Each episode will profile real-life mysteries, giving detailed accounts of the events described by those closest to the victims as Beth Holloway goes on location to conduct key interviews, introduce important facts and give the audience a clear understanding of pivotal moments in each harrowing case.

"Vanished With Beth Holloway" is produced by Jupiter Entertainment, with Stephen Land (“City Confidential,” “Sons of Guns”) serving as executive producer, along with Rob Sharenow, Gena McCarthy and Colleen Conway of Lifetime Television.

CEO of Jupiter Entertainment Stephen Land is among America’s most prolific television creators/producers. In a career spanning two decades, he has created and executive produced a broad mix of series and specials for virtually every major cable network, and while heading up Jupiter, his projects have delivered record high ratings for A&E and History Channel, not to mention other prominent networks.

Land’s credits include A&E’s “America’s Castles” and “City Confidential”; History Channel’s “The Human Weapon” and “Modern Marvels”; Nickelodeon’s “Hey Dude”; and Oxygen’s “Snapped.” Currently in production at Jupiter’s Tennessee and Los Angeles offices are Discovery’s “Sons of Guns,” ID’s “Sins and Secrets,” Oxygen’s “Snapped” and History’s “Modern Marvels.”

Additionally, Land is currently on the board of the Knoxville Museum of Art and the University of Tennessee College of Communications, and he is a member of Knox Heritage and Church of the Ascension.

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