Gone (2017– )
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The FBI rescues a girl who was kidnapped. Fifteen years later, she joins forces with FBI agent Frank Novak, the man who saved her on that fateful day, in an effort to find a young girl kidnapped from her school.


John Terlesky


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Episode credited cast:
Leven Rambin ... Kick Lannigan
Chris Noth ... Frank Booth
Danny Pino ... Bishop
Andy Mientus ... James Finley
Tracie Thoms ... FBI Agent Maya Kennedy
Kelly Rutherford ... Paula Lannigan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fabi Aguirre
Stephanie Bertoni ... FBI Agent / Special Task Force
Gregory Bromfield ... FBI Agent
Jorge Chapa ... Edward Garcia
Isaac J. Conner ... Shopper
Breann Couch Breann Couch
Nico Coucke ... Young FBI Agent
Courtney DeCosky ... Linda Foster
Hunter Emery


FBI agents rescues a kidnapped girl held for 5 years. Fast forwarded, the abductee, has grown into an independent and confident young woman skilled in self-defense. She is an owner/instructor of her own Dojo. The FBI propositions her to join their team in apprehending a recent kidnapped girl and so the investigation ensues utilizing her experiences. Written by WWIIBoomer

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It's unimaginable that there are so many missing children...and more children GONE every day
17 September 2018 | by Ed-ShullivanSee all my reviews

Chris Noth is every missing child and parents hero. He plays FBI agent Frank Booth who works missing children cases. A former child abductee named Kick Lannigan (Leven Rambin) who FBI agent Frank Booth rescued a long time ago keep in touch to the current day. Kick is a single adult who owns and operates a self defense school.

A potential client named Bishop (Danny Pino) who wants to learn self defense requests Kick provide him with a private lesson. Although the teacher versus new student defense class does not go as planned for either the teacher Kick, nor her new student Bishop, in walks the FBI agent Frank Booth, who rescued Kick all those years ago with an offer. Frank asks Kick and another kidnapping survivor named James Finley (Andy Mientus) to join a special kidnap/rescue forces team that he is just forming whose job is to investigate recent kidnappings. The special kidnapping task force team includes three former actors who all starred in previous unrelated successful television crime series. Chris Noth (Law & Order), Danny Pino (Cold Case, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit), and Tracie Thoms (Cold Case).

The pilot episode provides the TV viewers with some insights into what each member of the task force brings to the team. Kick is obviously still harboring some demons from her childhood days held in captivity but she knows the ins and outs of these child predators fro first hand knowledge as to how they cultivate their victims and keep them as hostages for years (as she was).

My Pet Peeve: Whenever I see a member of TV's law enforcement who looks like (s)he is still in high school sitting in front of a computer monitor and frantically typing aimlessly on the keyboard in front of them, and within five (5) seconds of air time they have discovered the perpetrators hideout I grow disappointed quickly in the quality of the program as it is a very cheap and lazy screenwriter who cannot build a storyline that captures the audiences attention.

I give the pilot episode a decent enough 8 out of 10 rating and time will tell how this series progresses. I just hope the series Gone loses the phony keyboard typing detective that is so prevalent in so many mediocre TV crime series.

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