Mar 09, 2010 10:00 PMTV Network - ABC
Finding out who a missing person is and then discovering who killed said missing person isn't always the easiest of tasks. Truth be told, it's actually exceedingly difficult. We imagine that's why Christian Slater and his team of amateurs will be wrapping up their first season in March. They have certainly done an awful lot of good work this season, and we believe that before they hit the showers, they deserve our respect and admiration. Or, failing that, a wistful thought as they grab some pine.
Jul 11, 2012
A mother grieving the death of her young son in a plane crash sets out to learn the truth about his fate and to prove that she is not delusional after everyone, including her own husband, insists that she never had a child.
Jul 03, 2010TV Network - ABC
We don't want you to think of this as Summer Saturday Night Burn-off Theater. It is true that "The Forgotten" won't be returning with new episodes in the fall and that the various people involved in the series have moved on to other projects, but if you're a fan of "The Forgotten" tonight is going to be pretty special. Tonight, you, fan of "The Forgotten," will get two never-before-aired episodes of the show back-to-back. That's double the dose of missing persons cases, double the Christian Slater, and double the mysterious/nefarious goings-on. Come on, get happy - there are missing persons to be found!
Feb 16, 2010TV Network - ABC
Baron Davis, a member of the LA Clippers (that would be the other basketball team in Los Angeles), will be appearing on "The Forgotten" tonight. He won't however be playing Baron Davis, instead he'll be playing Terrence King, a superstar basketball player... a superstar basketball player who is suspected of murder. Christian Slater and the rest of the crew have to figure out if King is guilty and, at the same time, resist the incredibly strong impulse to grab an autograph, at least until they clear him (if they clear him).