Kidnapped (2006–2007)

TV Series   |  Crime, Drama


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Complex overtones surround the kidnapping of a wealthy New York family's 15-year-old son, leading a specialist and a retiring FBI agent to figure it out.

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  • Timothy Hutton in Kidnapped (2006)
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  • Timothy Hutton and Olivia Thirlby in Kidnapped (2006)
  • Will Denton in Kidnapped: Pilot (2006)
  • Delroy Lindo and Linus Roache in Kidnapped (2006)
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Jason Smilovic

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21 December 2006 | patsrb28
10
| Great Show, too bad NBC killed it
Given the show was canceled after 3 weeks on NBC, I would assume there would be quite a bit of skepticism around the show. That being said, everyone makes mistakes and NBC made a big one here. Kidnapped has the same complex characters, interesting plots and strong acting that makes 24 such an addictive franchise. But apparently NBC lacks patience and would rather create another lame game show for its programming. Anyway,Kidnapped is a great show. If you like 24, you'll like this show as well. Several strong plot lines - some are more relationship driven (father/son, husband/wife, co-workers, etc.) some are more of your typical action drama related (who are the good guys, who's the mole, etc.), but, for the most part, the plot line are well written and not terribly predictable like many shows on the air these days. The acting is superb as well, throughout the cast. Most of the lead characters are complex and are relatively well developed even though NBC decided to cut the number of episodes down from 22 to 13. If it ever comes out on DVD, check it out.

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