Hey, so remember when Showtime would only ever officially confirm Kyle MacLachlan among its Twin Peaks revival cast, despite the myriad of casting leaks over the last few months? Get ready for the opposite problem, as the official 2017 Twin Peaks cast lists off a whopping 217 members, previously unannounced, new and returning alike.
We’ve at least a year to go before Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival starts answering 25 years’ worth of mysteries, and the 2017 wait isn’t making things any easier. Ashley Judd is the latest big name to join the new Twin Peaks, but do we know who she might play?
Last week 'Missing' ended with Becca, Giancarlo, and Miller discovering Paul's secret hideout -- a cabin armed with a bomb. Is Paul trying to help Becca, or is this another elaborate trap? Back at the estate, Michael is still planning his escape with Oksana.
In an open letter published today, "The Missing" star Ashley Judd called out the duplicitous media for simultaneously pandering to and vilifying self-conscious women. The genesis: There's been an awful lot of talk lately about her "puffy face," and the actress rightfully pinpoints a larger sexism issue.
This week's episode of 'Missing' continues the hit and miss pattern, but this time around we get a welcome -- albeit predictable -- twist in an episode-long game of cat-and-mouse interspersed with (mostly) weak flashbacks.
When we last left renegade mother Becca Winstone, she was watching her son Michael get dragged away on a private plane. But Michael's captors have pulled one over on Becca, and when the authorities detain the plane, he's nowhere to be found.
When we last left former agent and vigilante mother Becca Winstone, she'd been shot and left to die in a river after leading agents to the warehouse where her missing son Michael had previously been held. Never fear, readers -- it's only episode two of 'Missing,' and our loose cannon Becca isn't giving up so easily.
For fans of 90s mystery thrillers starring Ashley Judd, 'Missing' seems like it should be magically nostalgic. Unfortunately, the plot -- like much of the action -- is thin and generic.