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Find Our Missing

Find Our Missing


After 16 years playing a police lieutenant on "Law & Order", actress S. Epatha Merkerson is turning to some real-life crime stories.

Merkerson is the narrator for "Find Our Missing", a series that debuts Jan. 18 on the TV One network. It tells stories about black Americans who are missing, hoping to turn up clues that can solve some of the cases.

The series was born out of a pervasive feeling among many blacks that their missing-person cases don't get as much attention as missing-person cases involving whites, particularly attractive young white women.

"The local and regional press does a good job," Wonya Lucas, president and CEO of the cable network aimed at black viewers, said Saturday. "The national press doesn't really cover these stories to the extent that they should, and that's a void that TV One will now fill."

Each hour focuses on two separate cases. Besides Merkerson's narration, producers fill time by re-enacting some scenes with professional actors. (Source: TV One)
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Final: 2x10 -- S. McLeod / E. Smith (Mar/18/2013)


A head cook goes missing after a bad relationship; a daughter never returns from a friend's place.
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S. Epatha MerkersonS. Epatha Merkerson
As Herself (Host)
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Warning: Find Our Missing guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Documentary
Genre: Crime | Drama | Family | Mystery
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: TV one ( USA)
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: January 18, 2012
Ended: March 18, 2013
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