1-800-Missing (2003–2006)

TV Series   |    |  Crime, Drama, Mystery


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Two FBI agents - one guided by reason, and another by intuition - looking for missing people in Washington DC.

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Creators:

Glenn Davis, William Laurin

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19 March 2006 | marisawenzel
Retooling and re-casting ruined the show
1-800-Missing was an imperfect but enjoyable show.

Sadly, in a counter-productive attempt at helping the show, Lifetime ruined it.

They ruined the look of the show by shooting it on video, giving it a barely-professional look and most importantly, they cast Vivica Fox.

Vivica Fox ruins every scene she is in on that show. She is devoid of any discernible acting ability and grimaces her way through scenes.

It's hard to imagine why they let an excellent actress like Gloria Reuben go, but to replace her with a bad actress like Ms. Fox shows that the show has now reached its creative death.

Maybe it is now so cheap to do (it does look like amateur hour at the local theater!) that they are still shooting it, but really... is there anyone still watching it?

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