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  • Actors: Vivica A. Fox, Caterina Scorsone, Mark Consuelos, Louis Ferreira, Joe Lando
  • Directors: Bill Duke, David Wu, Farhad Mann, Michael Robison, Mike Rohl
  • Writers: Diane Ademu-John
  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • Release Date: Jan. 24 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000C65YTE

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By Tanya on July 4 2015
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Very disappointed, I actually bought it for the last episode which is listed as being included but for some reason is not on the disc. In fact the final two episodes of this season isn't included.
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By Emma on Jan. 26 2013
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I very much enjoyed this season of Missing. I wish Season 3 was available as well.
I think Justin Louis's character of the boss was a hoot to watch. He kind of made the show
for me.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mark Twain on June 27 2010
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They better hurry up and get the first and third seasons out on dvd.Missing: Season 2 (4pc). Based on a book series by Meg Cabot.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful
I wish the show was still on! Jan. 20 2007
By Michael - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I just finished watching the Season 2 DVD of Missing. It was Wonderful. I Love this show. It was a shame that Lifetime cancelled it. The DVD has 18 great episodes full of spunk, action, emotion and of course mystery! This Season has Jess (Caterina Scorsone) teamed up with spunky partner Nicole Scott (Vivica A. Fox) and forescics hottie Antonio Cortez( Mark Consuelos) and their tough, no nonsense boss, Assistant Director of FBI John Pollock (Justin Louis) It has 4 DVD's and I honestly wish this season never ended it was so good.

Here are the Episodes in order:

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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful
A Jewel! March 14 2006
By Howard S. Gay Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
"Missing" Season 2 became available in January 2006. These are the 2004 episodes. There are 18 episodes on four discs. Each episode is 42 minutes. So far i have watched the discs 1 & 2. This is a fine series with a great cast with gifted writing and direction! Justin Louis owns his role as Assistant Director of FBI,"John Pollock". Excellent acting is by Agents "Nicole Scott"(Vivica A.Fox), Caterina Scorsone as "Jess Mastriani", and Mark Consuelos as "Antonio Cortez".Of course in the real world cases are not so quickly and neatly wrapped up on demand as seen here. But if I could own only one TV series, i would choose Missing, even over House MD, and West Wing! Season 3 is scheduled to begin airing on 1-1-2007...so apparently patience is in order. But get Season 2. Go for it!
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
MISSING is amazing! Jan. 13 2006
By Elizabeth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I absolutely love the lifetime show MISSING and I can wait to get the DVD. I recommend the MISSING DVD's to anyone who enjoys an action packed drama with a touch of romance. The actors are amazing and make everything seem very real. It is overall a very exciting show!
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
a major makeover in season two . . . May 23 2010
By trebe - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The series Missing (2003-06), was a Canadian/American production that aired in the US on the Lifetime cable network. Based on characters created by author Meg Cabot, the series was originally called 1-800-MISSING, and was renamed Missing, for the second season, when the show went through a major makeover.

Introduced in the first season, Jess Mastriani is a woman with psychic abilities, who aided the FBI in their investigations. Caterina Scorsone (Edge of Darkness, Alice), plays Mastriani, who returns in season two as a qualified FBI agent. The FBI agents in the missing person's task force, that Mastriani worked with in the first season, have been completely replaced. Mastriani is partnered with special agent Nicole Scott (Vivica A. Fox). Also on the staff are assistant director John Pollock (Justin Louis), and special agent Antonio Cortez (Mark Consuelos).

Season two (2004-05) is a fresh start, and early on the show exhibits some growing pains, as veteran agent Scott, has to come to terms with Mastriani and her psychic abilities. As time goes on, the two women, who come from very different backgrounds, develop a working relationship. Both have to deal with director Pollock, who is basically a dick most of the time.

The program is somewhat reminiscent of the NBC program Profiler (1996-2000), which also featured a character with psychic abilities, providing aid to a law enforcement agency. CBS's Criminal Minds (2005-2010) featuring FBI agents that intercede in local situations, is another similar program. Crime procedurals of this type, typically stretch the limits of credibility, as the viewer is asked to believe that an outside agency, is able to come into a situation, with no knowledge of the local conditions, pick up clues, and within a hour, wrap up the case. To some degree, these credibility issues are present in Missing. Back in the office, Cortez is often the source of divine wisdom, who can get critical information with just a few keystrokes. This device has now become an overused cliché, in these kind of programs. Mastriani's visions are often quite dramatic, with cryptic or symbolic meanings, that require interpretation or deciphering. No matter how outrageous, the validity of these visions is not questioned. While often critical, the psychic element is kind of downplayed, with solid investigative work being how cases are usually solved.

From standard missing person's cases, to elaborate criminal schemes, the writers try to keep things from being too mundane. While often not that credible, heavy on the gunplay, and with too many last second rescues, the cases feature some intriguing situations, a healthy amount of violence, a high body count, and some messy endings. The series is a breakout role for Caterina Scorsone, who has since proven to be quite a talented actress. Vivica A. Fox is good in a serious role, as her character is confident, street smart, with something of a chip on her shoulder. Fox is pretty good in fights scenes.

Featuring two attractive female leads, the second season of Wanted contains sixteen exciting episodes, and is a pretty good value for those looking for a fairly entertaining crime drama, with decent production values.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Missing Information From Best Buy Jan. 3 2006
By Kindle Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the Information I got from Bestbuy.com I have pre ordered it I hope this information Helps...

# ncludes:MISSING [TV Series] (2003)

# MISSING: Season 02 (2004)


Based on a series of novels by Meg Cabot, the weekly cop series 1-800-Missing was a workaday police drama with a psychic -- and feminist -- slant. Gloria Reuben, formerly a regular on ER and The Agency, starred as ambitious FBI agent Brooke Haslett, assigned to the Bureau's missing-persons division. Much to her surprise, Brooke's "find" record improved immensely when she began working in concert with Jess Mastriani (Caterina Scorsone), a young woman who had developed psychic powers after being struck by lightning. (In the books, Jess was a teenager; in the series, she was 21.) Adhering to the tradition established by The X-Files, the pragmatic and skeptical Brooke did not always see eye to eye with the ethereal true believer Jess, but one could not argue about the successful results of their teaming. 1-800-Missing debuted August 2, 2003, on the Lifetime network. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

MISSING: Season 02

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