NBC’s hit new drama, Found, has a fascinating premise that sets it apart from the sea of crime procedurals that dominate network TV. Starring Shanola Hampton as Gabi Mosely, a missing child recovery specialist (and notably not a cop) with a dark secret, Found was NBC’s biggest Peacock launch ever, with 10.5 million views six days after its network release.
The series not only features a Black woman lead and a diverse cast, but is also led by two Black women co-showrunners in Nkechi Okoro Carroll (All American) and Sonay Hoffman (For Life).
Tonight, in Found’s fourth episode, titled “Missing While a Pawn,” Gabi searches for a 13-year-old boy who disappeared from church and is forced to make a “devastating choice.”
We’re excited to share an exclusive clip from the upcoming episode, where Gabi and her colleague Dhan (Oberoi) investigate the church where the boy was last seen.
Check out the clip below and watch Found tonight and every Tuesday at 10 PM on NBC and streaming next-day on Peacock.
Official summary of Found episode 104, “Missing While a Pawn”:
When 13-year-old Matthew disappears from church, the teams spring into action. Gabi endeavors to keep the divorced parents focused on the search. Gabi is forced to make a devastating choice. Lacey makes a keen observation about Gabi.
ABOUT FOUND: In a riveting new drama, brilliant recovery specialist Gabi Mosely and her team are dedicated to finding America’s missing and forgotten people. They’ll stop at nothing to solve these cases because for them, it’s personal – every member of the team has firsthand experience with a mysterious disappearance. But Gabi has a chilling secret of her own that could unravel everything… she’s got her childhood kidnapper locked up in the basement, helping her crack every case.
The cast includes Shanola Hampton, Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Kelli Williams, Brett Dalton, Gabrielle Walsh, Arlen Escarpeta and Karan Oberoi.
Nkechi Okoro Carroll, Sonay Hoffman, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Leigh London Redman and Lindsay Dunn executive produce.
Berlanti Productions and Rock My Soul Productions produces in association with Warner Bros. Television and Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group.
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