When a woman's son goes missing under suspicious circumstances, she will do anything it takes to find him.

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Gregory Poirier
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2012  
Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Series cast summary:
Ashley Judd ...  Becca Winstone 10 episodes, 2012
Cliff Curtis ...  Dax Miller 10 episodes, 2012
Adriano Giannini ...  Giancarlo Rossi 10 episodes, 2012
Nick Eversman ...  Michael Winstone 10 episodes, 2012
Laura Donnelly ...  Violet Heath 10 episodes, 2012
Bruno Mello Bruno Mello ...  Michael Winstone 10 episodes, 2012
Sean Bean ...  Paul Winstone 8 episodes, 2012
Tereza Ramba ...  Oksana 8 episodes, 2012
Keith Carradine ...  Martin Newman 7 episodes, 2012
Jason Wong ...  Fitzpatrick 7 episodes, 2012
Nikola Navrátil Nikola Navrátil ...  Blonde Assassin / ... 7 episodes, 2012
Gina McKee ...  Jamie Ortega 6 episodes, 2012
Jessica Boone ...  Rabia 6 episodes, 2012
Karel Dobrý ...  Coffee Man 5 episodes, 2012
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Rebecca Winstone is a woman raising her son, Michael on her own following the death of her husband, Paul. When her son goes to Rome, he disappears so Becca goes to find him. She then discovers something from her past is come back and is the reason her son may have been kidnapped. She and her husband were CIA agents. She has to deal with men who are trying to capture and/or kill her. Her actions get the attention of Dax Miller, a CIA agent who wonders what she is doing so he pursues her. So she goes all over Europe trying to find her son and along the way she discovers her husband might not be dead. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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She'll stop at nothing to find her son.

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Action | Drama | Thriller

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TV-14 | See all certifications »

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The show aired in India four days before its US airing. See more »

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Referenced in Jimmy Kimmel Live!: Episode #10.149 (2012) See more »

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Network failures
28 September 2012 | by filmboomSee all my reviews

I wholeheartedly CONCUR with "julesrulesny" assessment of the network's pulling the plug on "Missing". Did you see the 2012 Emmy broadcast? You know...the awards show wherein NONE of the four original networks were NOMINATED for awards for TV Drama?!!

They HAD a good thing in Missing and they BLEW IT. It was severely underestimated and might have been a case of self-fulfilling prophecy. As in, "I think I heard a neighbor of my daughter's who said he didn't like it, so let's pull it off the air".

Whatever...Jimmy Kimmel mentioned the absence of the networks (ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS) nominations, tossing it off as the citizenry "wanting to see boobs" which was underestimating the loathing the people of the U.S. have for the original three. If you want good shows, tune in to AMC, Fox, TNT, USA! Screw the networks who are under the thumbs of censors! I worked in the film business for 30 years and have been watching TV Drama for twice that long and MY assessment? Missing...another show too good for TV.


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