14 March 2012 4:52 PM, PDT | AreYouScreening.com | See recent AreYouScreening news »

There’s a certain genre of television that I’m not very friendly with, and it’s something I should confess before anyone goes too far in this review. It’s a genre that is dominated by shows with initials as their names these days, and they are geared actually toward people somewhere around my age. I find them awful in general, stunted by broken, goofy dialog that often seems to be written by people who have never heard people speak in real life, and pushed along by action scenes that are curiously hokey, but with delusions of grandeur.

If such shows are your bag, and you can deal with Ashley Judd as an ex-cia badass (but, I repeat myself), then I’ve got a show for you.

Veering off from most shows in this genre, Missing is another installment of the long arc vs. truly episodic shows, and follows »

- Marc Eastman

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