1-800 Missing

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  • 2003
  • 3 Seasons
  • 6.4  (1,299)

Originally airing on the A network, then W network in Canada, "1-800 Missing" was presented to American audiences on lifetime TV. The show followed similar themes and plot lines as other popular crime-based television shows; CSI and Law & Order to name just two. The show featured a strong heroine as the main character. Running for three seasons, the show was canceled in February of 2006. Reruns and syndicated episodes are still available through streaming outlets and on DVD. 1-800 Missing, eventually renamed Missing, centers on Jess Mastraini. Following a freak accident, she becomes psychic . Unsure of what to do with her new talent and terribly upset about the occurrence she begins to use her gift for good. As a member of the FBI Task Force she works to solve missing person cases. Each episode features a new case that must be solved. Each episode the cases vary in complexity, age of the victim and the circumstances surrounding the disappearance. Throughout the shows run guest appearances and co-stars have come and gone. Jess' partner, for the majority of the show's run, was Nicole Scott, a devil-may-car agent who is street smart to a fault. Nicole is originally skeptical of Jess, her straight-laced style and her alleged abilities. As the show progresses, however, the pair become close confidants as Nicole slowly reveals what makes her tick. The show also features a plethora of other agents who are often confided in about the cases that are being worked. The small team of special agents who work such cases become close as the series progresses and relationships and tensions stem from the collaborations. The show was presented towards a female audience and received positively because of its dual story lines that focus on both the crime in question each episode and the linear storyline regarding each characters personal life and relationships.

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Seasons
So Shall Ye Reap
19. So Shall Ye Reap
February 5, 2006
The team searches for this serial killer named Carol Eisenberg who along with her husband killed five girls. Now she has escaped from prison. Also Jess warns Antonio that someone may harm him.
Exposure
18. Exposure
January 29, 2006
Nicole gets to know her mom and tries to get to know her better. They also try to find a missing Department of Justice agent and try to find out why and who blew the cover of the DOJ agent.
Double Take
17. Double Take
January 22, 2006
This case may be the toughest one the team has had yet. When the inventor of Easy Abs is nowhere to be found, the team finds a ransom note and then another ransom note.
Cut
16. Cut
January 15, 2006
Nicole and Jess travel to Budapest Hungry to track down a missing bridegroom.
Spring Break
15. Spring Break
January 8, 2006
Nicole and Jess are on the search for a woman named Caroline Dunn who went missing during spring break. The team believes she went missing with her boyfriend Luke.
Have You Seen This Man?
14. Have You Seen This Man?
December 11, 2005
Nichole Scott may not survive her latest case because of a severe concussion. Now Jess takes the lead on the case.
Death in the Family
13. Death in the Family
October 2, 2005
In what may be the most bizarre case yet for the FBI squad, the team must find missing twin girls in order to figure out who killed their parents and why!
Sisterhood
12. Sisterhood
September 25, 2005
Antonio, Jess and Colin give up their vacation time to help Nicole investigate the disappearance of her nephew.
Patient X
11. Patient X
September 18, 2005
When the teenage perpetrator of a high school hostage crisis disappears, the agents solicit some unusual help from their suspended boss, Pollock, to investigate the school psychiatrist's records.
Try Again
10. Try Again
September 11, 2005
A federal prosecutor is kidnapped. The team is given a new temporary boss who isn't as nice as he originally seems. Nicole and Antonio clash again over whether Antonio will leave the FBI to save their relationship.
Analysis
9. Analysis
August 21, 2005
The case, finding a criminal attorney's kidnapped secretary, is complicated by Jess's visions of a recently-deceased agent with similar characteristics.
Fugitive
8. Fugitive
August 14, 2005
A convict about to go to trial for murder kills two police officers and escapes. He then steals a woman's car and kidnaps her.
Last Night
7. Last Night
August 7, 2005
The agents search for a young boy who goes missing while his grandmother babysits him. Their investigation leads them to his family, who have hired an aggressive lawyer.
Looking for Mr. Wright
6. Looking for Mr. Wright
July 24, 2005
The agents search for a wealthy businessman who disappeared from his hotel. They try to get the truth out of his girlfriend, who discovered him missing in the middle of the night.
And the Walls Come Tumbling Down
5. And the Walls Come Tumbling Down
July 17, 2005
Jess has a vision that leads her and Nicole to discover a 10-year-old skeleton. When the body is identified, Pollack orders them off the case.
Off the Grid
4. Off the Grid
July 10, 2005
A mother and her young children witness a middle-aged woman being kidnapped in a parking lot. Jess has a vision while trying to corner a suspect that nearly lets him get away.
Unnatural Disaster
3. Unnatural Disaster
June 26, 2005
Jess and Nicole are called in to help when a hurricane breaches destruction on a small North Carolinian town and dozens of people go missing. Jess' visions lead them to a young boy but shockingly, he's kidnapped from the hospital.
Anything for the Baby, Part 2
2. Anything for the Baby, Part 2
June 19, 2005
The team shifts into high gear to find an abducted newborn while dealing with a traumatized mother. Jess' visions are challenged due to the infant's lack of life experiences.
Anything for the Baby Part I
1. Anything for the Baby Part I
June 12, 2005
A pregnant woman is snatched off the street. Jess' visions regarding the case are more intense than ever. As the woman is just days from delivery, the team enlists the help of the woman's fertility doctor.
Description

Originally airing on the A network, then W network in Canada, "1-800 Missing" was presented to American audiences on lifetime TV. The show followed similar themes and plot lines as other popular crime-based television shows; CSI and Law & Order to name just two. The show featured a strong heroine as the main character. Running for three seasons, the show was canceled in February of 2006. Reruns and syndicated episodes are still available through streaming outlets and on DVD.

1-800 Missing, eventually renamed Missing, centers on Jess Mastraini. Following a freak accident, she becomes psychic . Unsure of what to do with her new talent and terribly upset about the occurrence she begins to use her gift for good. As a member of the FBI Task Force she works to solve missing person cases. Each episode features a new case that must be solved. Each episode the cases vary in complexity, age of the victim and the circumstances surrounding the disappearance. Throughout the shows run guest appearances and co-stars have come and gone. Jess' partner, for the majority of the show's run, was Nicole Scott, a devil-may-car agent who is street smart to a fault. Nicole is originally skeptical of Jess, her straight-laced style and her alleged abilities. As the show progresses, however, the pair become close confidants as Nicole slowly reveals what makes her tick.

The show also features a plethora of other agents who are often confided in about the cases that are being worked. The small team of special agents who work such cases become close as the series progresses and relationships and tensions stem from the collaborations.

The show was presented towards a female audience and received positively because of its dual story lines that focus on both the crime in question each episode and the linear storyline regarding each characters personal life and relationships.

1-800 Missing is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (55 episodes). The series first aired on August 3, 2003.

Where to Watch 1-800 Missing

1-800 Missing is available for streaming on the Lionsgate website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch 1-800 Missing on demand at , Tubi TV and Pluto TV.

  • Premiere Date
    August 3, 2003
  • IMDB Rating
    6.4  (1,299)