A young American woman travels to North Vietnam to search for her husband, an American pilot who was shot down during the war. She is joined by a Canadian reporter, who is looking for a human interest story and sees this as his ticket to the big time.
When her accountant husband is kidnapped, Anne Bradshaw reluctantly turns to the police for help. She soon finds herself falling in love with the lead detective, and the two must fight their feelings for each other in order to rescue an innocent man.
A gripping anthological relationship thriller series exploring the emotional fallout of a child's abduction not only on the family but on the wider community, told over two time frames.
Becca Winstone learns that her son, Michael, disappears while studying abroad, and it's a race against time when she travels to Europe to track him down. A surprising turn of events reveals just how far one mother will go to protect her family. Exotic locations and thrilling twists will keep you riveted in "Missing."
Missing is a Canadian-American crime drama television series based on the 1-800-WHERE-R-YOU book series by Meg Cabot. The series aired on the A network and W Network in Canada, and on Lifetime in the United States from August 2003 to February 2006.
Missing was a British daytime television drama series starring Pauline Quirke and Mark Wingett. The series is set in a busy, under-resourced missing persons unit, and follows the team led by DS Mary Jane "MJ" Croft. The first series of five episodes aired on BBC One in 2009, with a second series of ten episodes airing in 2010. It was filmed in and around Dover, Kent and Tonbridge, Kent. Also starring Felix Scott and Pooja Shah, guest stars during the second series included Roy Hudd, Paul Nicholas, Brooke Kinsella, Gary Lucy and Sylvia Syms.
Missing, hosted by Alex Paen, is a weekly syndicated TV series in the United States profiling real cases of missing persons. The series debuted in 2003. According to the official website, as of October 2011, over 600 persons featured on Missing have been safely recovered.
Missing Persons is a short-lived American crime drama television series, set in Chicago. It followed a fictitious missing persons unit; each episode usually following the investigation into three or more cases. It ran on ABC from August 30, 1993 to February 17, 1994. It was produced by Gary Sherman Productions in association with Stephen J. Cannell Productions, and often used local Chicago-based actors, as well as occasional big-name guest stars such as Nina Foch, Eddie Bracken and Lois Smith. Semi-regulars included Ian Gomez, Irma P. Hall, Laura Cerón and Valerie Harper. Unlike most series from Cannell's company, he did not create or co-create this series.
Police inspector Maja Silver returns to her hometown in the Swedish Bible Belt as a terrible discovery paralyzes the small community.
Story about an unexpected plane crash that causes a widespread panic in South Korea due to the disappearance of nine people, including some influential figures in the entertainment industry. Seo Joon O used to be a popular singer, but he isn't popular anymore. Now, he works as a reporter for a TV entertainment show. He and his stylist Ra Bong-Hee land on a deserted island.
Missing Pieces is an Australian factual television series that screened on the Nine Network in 2009. It was hosted by Peter Overton. Missing Pieces follows the stories of people who embark on a life-changing journey to find someone special who is missing from their lives. It has a similar premise to the successful Seven Network factual television series Find My Family.
“Missing Korea” is a romantic comedy set in the fictional year of 2020 when North and South Korea have taken significant steps towards reunification. One of those steps include hosting the first-ever combined Miss Korea pageant.
Explore the most startling disappearances of the modern era, looking at what we know happened that fateful day, what the theories behind their vanishing are – and what science can tell us about what really happened.
Missing You is a 2012 South Korean television series, starring Yoon Eun-hye, Park Yoochun and Yoo Seung-ho. It aired on Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation from November 7, 2012 to January 17, 2013 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 21 episodes. High school sweethearts Jung-woo and Soo-yeon were separated in a horrifying tragedy that continues to weigh down on them as adults. Now a guilt-ridden detective, Jung-woo has been desperately searching for Soo-yeon for years, but when he crosses paths with her again, she has already become someone else with a new identity.
The Alaska Triangle, a region in northwest Alaska, has more unsolved missing person cases than anywhere else in the world. Working together with local experts and eyewitnesses, our team of investigators will go case-by-case to gather evidence, conduct tests, examine history and explore local myths to determine the most viable explanation for the disappearances, all while trying to understand the sinister mystery that is the Alaska Triangle.
Postman Clive Peacock decides to rebel when his employers force him to take early retirement. Setting off on his bike, he determines to deliver his last batch of post by hand all over the country. The police are soon on his trail, while the media acclaim him as a hero. For Clive it is a journey of discovery, but he is unaware that back at home his wife is undergoing her own transformation.
Every two minutes someone in Britain goes missing. Multiple cameras follow the hunt for missing people, from the police tasked with finding them to loved ones left at home.
Missing You is a Hong Kong modern serial drama produced by TVB under producer Fong Chun-Chiu and starring Linda Chung, Jason Chan, Calvin Chan, Cilla Kung, and Lin Xia Wei.
Missing, titled Missing Live from 2008–2010, is a BBC One morning television series which has been running since 2005. It is currently presented Louise Minchin and Rav Wilding, who replaced Sally Magnusson in 2008. The fifth series adopted a live studio style as opposed to the pre-recorded, docu-drama, style of the previous series. The seventh series returned to the original style and was pre-recorded and presented solely by Louise Minchin.
Missing Links is a Goodson-Todman game show hosted by Ed McMahon which originally ran on NBC from September 9, 1963 to March 27, 1964.