Remember the good ole days, sitting on the couch watching "Double Jeopardy", "Kiss the Girls" and even "High Crimes" only to wonder several years later, "Where has Ashley gone?" After her so-called "retirement" from making movies (I put it in quotes because that's what she calls it), a humanitarian mission that leads her to 13 countries, and a book that tells us all what she's been up to out of the spotlight, Ashley Judd comes back with a bang in ABC's "Missing". While we're not used to seeing her on the smaller screen, I love the fact that we get a new episode each and every week that features my favorite actress. Each episode shocks me and inspires me. Everytime the show ends, I have an outburst of "WHAT?! What happens next?!?!" The show is thrilling, fast-paced, and always leaves me wanting more. The cast has been superb and while Judd is the biggest name in the credits, don't think you won't be pulled in by the other characters as well. Adriano Giannini is excellent as Giancarlo and plays well opposite of Judd's character Becca. Nick Eversman (Michael Winstone) makes you feel his fight to survive and his will to find his way out and back to his family in every performance that he gives. Speaking of the character, Michael, how could I not mention Oksana played by Tereza Voriskova? The two together will tug at your heart strings as you watch their stories unfold and you find them becoming a team to help each other out of the hell they've been placed in. The show is filled with action, suspense, betrayal, and- most of all- the love a mother has for her son and her willingness to put herself in a crossfire to get him back.