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  • 2017
  • 1 Season
  • 7.4  (90)

Gone is a true crime series that premiered on Investigation Discovery on July 24, 2017. The show follows criminal investigations into missing persons cases that have gone cold, and the episodes retrace the events leading up to the person's disappearance through reenactments, interviews with family and law enforcement, and archival footage.

The show is hosted by actor Chris Noth, known for his roles in Sex and the City and Law & Order. In each episode, Noth provides context to the missing person's case and the investigation that follows, outlining any suspects or leads that were followed up on.

One of the unique aspects of Gone is that it delves into cases that have been closed or ended in convictions, rather than simply focusing on open cases. The idea behind this approach is to provide closure to families who have suffered from the pain of a missing loved one for years, and to highlight the hard work that law enforcement goes through to bring justice to victims and their families.

Throughout the series, the audience is introduced to victims both young and old, male and female, and from different backgrounds. For instance, in one episode, the focus is on a college student who goes missing after leaving a party, while another centers on a woman who vanishes without a trace from her workplace. The cases also span across different states and countries, highlighting the complex nature of missing persons investigations.

The reenactments in the show are well-done and help to recreate the facts of the case in a realistic manner. Showcasing the victim's last known movements, as well as any potential suspects, the reenactments make it easy for viewers to visualize the events of the missing person's case. Meanwhile, interviews with family members of the missing person and with law enforcement officials who worked on the case provide an emotional and personal side to the narrative and highlight the impact that each disappearance case has on those involved.

Another interesting aspect of Gone is the inclusion of advancements in technology and forensic science to revitalize cold cases. The use of forensic techniques such as DNA testing or facial recognition software can help solve cases where prior investigations failed. The show also highlights the importance of community involvement in solving crimes, showcasing the efforts of local organizations that have aided in the search for missing persons.

In conclusion, Gone is a gripping and emotionally engaging true crime series that provides a unique perspective on missing persons cases. With its reenactments, interviews, and inclusion of scientific advancements, the show strives to draw attention to the complexities of missing persons investigations while paying tribute to victims and their families.

Gone is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on July 24, 2017.

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12. Rise
April 6, 2018
A newly reformed Mel Foster befriends an ally in prison and then the unthinkable happens. Just when Kick is enjoying the company of Noah and his parents, she receives devastating news that threatens to derail her life, as she knows it. When someone close to Kick is abducted, the team is on high alert as they try to figure out their next move. Kick receives an important lead from an unlikely source, but chaos quickly ensues. In a surprising turn of events, Kick is forced to pursue the case alone and she finds herself walking into an extremely volatile situation.
11. Demons
May 28, 2018
An innocent man riding his bike through a Pittsburgh park is attacked and abducted in broad daylight, but the only eyewitness is a nearly blind, 90 year old woman. Kick confronts her mom about her recent revelation and Paula sheds some light on the truth about her father. Kick and Bishop catch a big break in the case and it hits close to home for the team. Old information and memories from the kidnapping network that took Kick years ago resurface, and it seems that a copycat network is starting to take root. To Frank€™s horror, Kit makes a shocking request in order to get more intel about the case, but it appears to have much bigger implications than anyone realizes.
10. Secuestrado
May 21, 2018
When Attorney Juliet Larkin gets abducted from her Chicago law office, Frank€™s task force quickly goes through the available evidence, but it doesn€™t leave them with many leads. Neil Pruitt continues prying into Kit€™s life, unbeknownst to her, stirring up more unwanted attention in the media. Kick and Bishop are surprised to find out that they€™re working the case alongside someone who has a deep, personal connection to Frank. Meanwhile, another woman, Maria Cruz, is confirmed missing, and Bishop and Kennedy take the lead on the new case. When the detectives review the surveillance footage, they learn that Maria was kidnapped right outside of her church, by the same kidnappers, linking the two cases. Once Kick discovers that Maria is a documented immigrant and one of Juliet€™s clients, the team uncovers the women may have an even more personal connection. Along the way, Kick finds out some shocking information that threatens to turn her world upside down... again.
Exigent Circumstances
9. Exigent Circumstances
May 14, 2018
When Nancy Dillon discovers her daughter, Sam, has been kidnapped, she takes matters into her own hands bringing as much of the ransom demand as possible to the kidnappers in hopes of her daughter€™s safe return. But things don€™t go as planned. Sam€™s abductor takes off with the cash and keeps the girl. Frank€™s team immediately gets to work. Kick and Bishop follow a couple of leads that seem to be dead ends. A chat with Sam€™s best friend, Emily, reveals an online history with a man named Grant Holland. The team investigate him and discover he helps reunite Native American children with their biological parents - revealing Sam is adopted. Presuming that Sam may be yearning to find her birth father, the team embarks on a harrowing journey to uncover the truth about a man whom Sam believes is her dad. Just when Kick and Bishop think they€™ve hit a road block, pieces of the puzzle start to fall in place, but it may be too little too late.
8. Romans
July 5, 2018
After Darren Hartzell drops off his son, Harrison, at basketball practice in Greenwich, CT, he is attacked in the parking lot and abducted. Frank alerts Kick that there has been an increase in activity within the underground trafficking network that Kick€™s abductor, Mel Foster, was allegedly running, and he wants to find out if Mel has attempted to make contact with her. James deals with an unexpected family matter and it brings back painful memories. Meanwhile, James stumbles across a live video feed of Darren, who appears to be in grave danger - he is being held hostage in a tank and forced to stand an online public trial, for the supposed accidental drowning of an old friend. The case turns more critical when the team discovers that every vote cast for or against the missing father prompts the water level in the tank to rise, thus deciding his fate. The task force must work frantically in order to find Darren€™s whereabouts before the trial clock runs out.
Don't Go
7. Don't Go
April 30, 2018
When David and Karen Crawford disappear from a remote campsite in the mountains, the FBI task force quickly jumps on the trail to hunt down the kidnapper. Just as things start heating up between Kick and Noah, Bishop runs into a familiar face and Kick senses a romantic undercurrent. Frank and Kennedy get wind of a couple of suspects who may have a motive to harm the Crawfords, and they wonder if this crime is linked to a past, unsolved case. Running out of time, Kick and Bishop search for clues in the forest and the team realizes they aren€™t dealing with an amateur, rather a skilled and dangerous predator who won€™t back down easily.
In a Dark Place
6. In a Dark Place
August 28, 2017
After Dena Raley-McCluskey vanishes from Modesto, Calif., investigators focus on her ex-boyfriend with whom she had a tumultuous relationship; the police are stumped for years until an unexpected break in the case uncovers the shocking truth.
Missing Michele
5. Missing Michele
August 21, 2017
Thirty-two-year-old Michele Whitaker is leading a troubled life when she disappears without a trace; her family and police investigate every possible lead for six years, then, a telephone call gives them the answers they're looking for.
Devil Among Us
4. Devil Among Us
August 14, 2017
When Lynda McClelland goes missing from her home in Forest Hills, Pa., she leaves behind three beloved grandchildren and a grief-stricken daughter; an agonizing search for McClelland uncovers answers that lie painfully close to home.
Paradise Lost
3. Paradise Lost
August 7, 2017
On the small island of Oahu, Hawaii, Charlotte Moriarty and her infant son take a five-minute stroll to the market but never come home; it will take more than 30 years to find out what happened to the missing woman and her baby.
Troubled Waters
2. Troubled Waters
July 31, 2017
Teenagers Cheryl Miller and Pam Jackson vanish while spending the first day of summer break in the small town of Vermillion, S.D.; the teenagers' families never give up hope of finding them, then, one day, the truth is revealed.
Field of Broken Dreams
1. Field of Broken Dreams
July 24, 2017
17-yr-old Chris Daigle vanishes shortly after leaving Hightower High School for the day in Missouri City, TX. Family members and law officials spend years dissecting the weeks and months leading up to the day the baseball all star disappears.
Where to Watch Gone
Gone is available for streaming on the Investigation Discovery website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Gone on demand at Discovery+, Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Vudu, FuboTV, Sling, Google Play, Apple TV and Investigation Discovery.
  • Premiere Date
    July 24, 2017
  • IMDB Rating
    7.4  (90)