“Missing” was one of this season’s riskiest new television series. Starring Ashley Judd in her first regular television role since “Sisters,” the show featured international locations and movie caliber action sequences. The premise was simple: former CIA agent Becca Winstone will do whatever it takes to find her missing son. The journey, however, was anything […]
Ashley Judd’s media blitz continues, as the “Missing” actress takes a stand against our culture’s obsession with looks.
By all accounts, Paul Winstone was dead. A car bomb in Vienna blew him to smithereens in the premiere of “Missing” (Thursdays, 8/7c), and he was to be relegated to that horrible character purgatory known as, “only seen in flashbacks.” But in last week’s episode of the ABC thriller, Paul made a surprise reappearance – […]
If your television show revolves around a search for someone missing, it helps to have Ashley Judd looking. That’s ABC’s lesson from Nielsen’s television ratings. Last Thursday’s premiere of the network drama “Missing,” starring Judd as a former CIA agent trying to find a teenage son who disappeared in Rome, landed among the 10 most […]
In her first starring television role, Ashley Judd plays a mother obsessed with finding her “Missing” son. The catch is she’s no ordinary desperate housewife … she’s a former CIA agent.
In nearly all of the on-air promos for the premiere of ABC’s “Missing,” Ashley Judd is seen running, jumping, screaming “Michael!” (her character’s son whose disappearance is the central storyline responsible for the show’s title) and generally appearing as a badass mother on what seems to be a repeated loop.