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Found Season 1 Episode 9 Review: Missing While Scamming

Found Review: Answering Questions

Found Season 1 Episode 9 was a vital hour as it answered all the questions that lingered about the show. Read our deep-dive review of the answers.
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Found Season 1 Episode 8 Review: Missing While Homeless

Found Review: Tell Me You Love Me

It became clear how complex Gabi and Sir's relationship is on Found Season 1 Episode 8. Sir gained the upper hand when Gabi's secret threatened to ruin her. Our review!
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Found Season 1 Episode 7 Review: Missing While Indigenous

Found Review: Missing While Indigenous

Family and jurisdiction complexities made for a difficult-to-follow story in Found Season 1 Episode 8, as the team raced to find a woman about to give birth. Our review.
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Found Season 1 Episode 6 Review: Missing While Addicted

Found Review: Missing While Addicted

A case with a complicated parent-child dynamic hit too close to home for Gabi on Found Season 1 Episode 6, leading to friction with her team. Our review dives into it.
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Found Season 1 Episode 5 Review: Missing While Undocumented

Found Review: Missing While Undocumented

Hope was dangled before us and Margaret and then it evaporated into the thin air on Found Season 1 Episode 5. Dhan struggled to survive alone. Check out our review.
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Found Season 1 Episode 4 Review: Missing While A Pawn

Found Review: Missing While a Pawn

Gabi's team helped find a missing kid on Found Season 1 Episode 4, but a tragedy befell the operation, presenting a moral quandary to her and the show. Our review!
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Found Season 1 Episode 3 Review: Missing While Widowed

Found Review: Missing While Widowed

Check out our review of Found Season 1 Episode 3 for an interesting discussion about the latest case, which tackles elder abuse and loneliness as we grow older.
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Found Season 1 Episode 2 Review: Missing While Sinning

Found Review: Missing While Sinning

Who cares if a sex worker goes missing while sinning? Serves them right, right? Not to Gabi and the team who worked tirelessly for Jinny on Found Season 1 Episode 2.
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Found Details

From NBC:

In any given year, more than 600,000 people are reported missing in the U.S. More than half that number are people of color that the country seems to forget about.

Public relations specialist Gabi Mosely (series star and producer Shanola Hampton) — who was once herself one of those forgotten ones — and her crisis management team now make sure there is always someone looking out for the forgotten missing people.

But unbeknownst to anyone, this everyday hero is hiding a chilling secret of her own.

The cast includes Shanola Hampton, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Kelli Williams, Brett Dalton, Gabrielle Walsh, Arlen Escarpeta, and Karan Oberoi.

Nkechi Okoro Carroll, Sonay Hoffman, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Leigh London Redman, and Lindsay Dunn executive produce.

Berlanti Productions and Rock My Soul Productions produces in association with Warner Bros. Television and Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group.

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Gabrielle Walsh, Kelli Williams, Arlen Escaperta, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Brett Dalton, Karan Oberoi, Shanola Hampton

Found Quotes

Gabi: Who is this?
Reporter: Sarah Holden, Senator Holden's missing daughter.
Gabi: Sarah went missing 29 hours ago while playing in the park with her brother. There isn't a person in America who hasn't seen Sarah's face all over their TVs, highly increasing her chances of being found. Now who is this? [silence] This is why there will always be a need for what I do. Tasheika has been missing from the DC area for the last two weeks, and no one is talking about her. I sincerely hope they find Sarah. I do. But while you keep prioritizing the missing high-profile blonde girls of the world. My team and I will gladly continue to pick up the slack for the rest.

Gabi: We're a crisis management firm. We are PR specialists, lawyers, tech experts, and private investigators, all doing the job the police seem too busy to do.
Reporter: And what do you say to the people who call you vigilantes?
Gabi: We find missing people who have slipped through the cracks and bring them home. You're talking to a woman who, 20 years ago, had to rescue herself from her kidnapper because no one was looking.