1-800-Missing (2003–2006)

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3 | 2 | 1

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2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003
1 win & 5 nominations. See more awards »

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 Jess Mastriani (55 episodes, 2003-2006)
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 FBI Agent Nicole Scott / ... (37 episodes, 2004-2006)
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 FBI Agent Antonio Cortez / ... (37 episodes, 2004-2006)
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 Assistant Director John Pollock / ... (37 episodes, 2004-2006)
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Common sense. Sixth sense. Together they're the FBI's newest team.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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2 August 2003 (USA)  »

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Based on the series "1800 Where are you" by Meg Cabot See more »

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Assistant Director John Pollock: Agent... you see that camera?
[he gestures to the wall, where a camera records everything that is said and done in this room]
Jess Mastriani: Yes, sir.
Assistant Director John Pollock: Turn it off.
Jess Mastriani: I can't, sir.
Assistant Director John Pollock: The panel is on the wall's outside.
Jess Mastriani: I know.
Assistant Director John Pollock: So...?
Jess Mastriani: It's against the rules. Sir.
Assistant Director John Pollock: Don't screw with me, Agent. Go turn it off.
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This Dream is Real
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Written by Gloria Reuben and Andy Chase
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"Have you seen this show? Call this number if you have any information that can help the investigation."
9 October 2009 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

With a lot of series revolving around police work, including a handful or so already dealing specifically with this particular aspect/type, this needed a niche, something to call its own. What they came up with is to have the lead, Mastriani(who works as a psychic for the FBI, tracking down people who have gone missing), have strange visions, that are puzzle pieces relating to whatever case she's currently working on. If this sounds like a plot device and even a deus ex machina... then you're kinda right. It was, on several occasions. The role is played by Caterina Scorsone, a young Canadian girl who carries it quite well. Acting is a mixed bag at times. Quality ranges a bit. Where the first season was fairly straight-forward, the second replaces all characters but the main(and that was not entirely well-received, as viewers had grown attached to the people and relationships), stylizes it somewhat(adding, among other things, Vivica A. Fox and a new theme song with more of a rock music flavor), and gives it an "edge", represented by the attitude of the new token Black cast member, and Justin Louis as the tough-as-nails FBI Director Pollock. There was good and bad to the changes. I can imagine some abandoning it after so much of what they were(at the very least) used to being tossed out the window, in spite of the move clearly intending to attract a larger audience. I like both groups of episodes, in different ways. It was a classic crime-drama, with focus on the people. Then it became action-driven and cool, resembling newer television efforts in the genre. It never really stopped being a mostly passable mystery, and kept you guessing fairly nicely. I recommend this to fans of the concept, especially the supernatural portion. 7/10


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