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  • After adding Virginia Madsen as a co-host during season 11 failed to boost slipping ratings, CBS canceled the series after only a two-season, 12-episode run on June 11, 1999.Unsolved Mysteries-Wikipedia
  • When the series returned for its abbreviated 11th season in the spring of 1999, Stack was joined by actress Virginia Madsen for hosting duties in an attempt to boost its female audience.Unsolved Mysteries-Wikipedia
  • In 1985, Davies was portrayed by 23-year-old Virginia Madsen in the ABC telefilm The Hearst and Davies Affair with Robert Mitchum as Hearst.Marion Davies-Wikipedia
  • Virginia Madsen said in 2016 that she was signed for three films, as the producers "thought they were going to make Star Wars for grown-ups."Dune (1984 film)-Wikipedia
  • In its second season on CBS in 1999, Stack was joined by co-host Virginia Madsen.Unsolved Mysteries-Wikipedia
  • His siblings are Cheryl Madsen, an entrepreneur, and Academy Award nominee Virginia Madsen.Michael Madsen-Wikipedia

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