1-800-Missing

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1-800-Missing
Premiere August 2, 2003
Finale February 5, 2006
Creator created by:
Glenn Davis
William Laurin
based on the book series by:
Meg Cabot
Network Lifetime
Style 60-minute crime drama
Company NDG Productions
Lionsgate Television
Missing Production Corp.
Seasons 3
Episodes 55
Origin USA

1-800-Missing (Missing starting with season 2) is a crime drama that aired on Lifetime.

The series is centered on Jess Mastriani, a woman in her twenties who receives psychic abilities after being hit by lightning. She is employed by a special FBI Task Force because she has visions which, once interpreted, contain clues that will help her find missing people. The series initially starred Gloria Reuben as Brooke Haslett, Jess's skeptical partner. Other stars of the series during its first season included Justina Machado as Sunny Estrada, and Dean McDermott as Alan Coyle. Alberta Watson appeared in the pilot as Jess' mother, however; the part was later recast and Watson did not appear on the show again.

In the second season, significant changes, including casting, were made. The show was completely retooled. Jess's partner was changed to Nicole Scott, portrayed by Vivica A. Fox. Taking Sunny's place was Mark Consuelos, and Justin Louis assumed the role of the Assistant Director John Pollock. Jess's psychic powers remained important, but more focus was given to the other characters

Contents

Cast

Actor Character Duration
Main Cast
Gloria Reuben Brooke Haslett 1
Vivica A. Fox Nicole Scott 2 3
Caterina Scorsone Jess Mastriani 1 2 3
Dean McDermott Alan Coyle 1
Justin Louis John Pollock 2 3
Justina Machado Sunny Estrada 1
Mark Consuelos Antonio Cortez 2 3

Seasons

Season Premiere Finale #
Lifetime
Season One August 2, 2003 January 24, 2004 18
Season Two July 10, 2004 January 30, 2005 18
Season Three June 12, 2005 February 5, 2006 19

In-Depth

DVD Releases

Title Release Date #
Season Sets
Season 2 January 24, 2006 4

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