Found Season 1 Episode 1, “Pilot,” the premiere episode of NBC’s new drama Found, will introduce viewers to Crisis Management Specialist Gabi Mosely (played by Shanola Hampton) and her team.
Motivated by personal experience, Mosely et al. specialize in finding missing people who fall through the cracks. She’s driven to ensure that there is always someone fighting on behalf of the people society often forgets.
On “Pilot,” the team works to rescue a 14-year-old girl named Camila who’s gone missing from foster care. As the team races to find Camila, unexpected connections make the case even more complicated than it first seemed.
Found is far from a straightforward procedural, though, because Mosely has a dangerous secret of her own. Just when you think you know what this show will be, the trailer reveals that Mosely is holding her kidnapper –played by Mark-Paul Gosselaar — captive and using him to help solve cases.
While that is a pretty big reveal for a trailer, it sparks plenty of questions before the show even airs. Specifically, why is Mosely keeping her kidnapper prisoner, how long has he been there, and how did he end up there in the first place?
Found is Berlanti and Rock My Soul Production. It has a powerhouse team behind it, including executive producers Nkechi Okoro Carroll, Sonay Hoffman, Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter, Leigh London Redman, and Lindsay Dunn.
Rounding out the rest of the cast are Kelli Williams, Brett Dalton, Gabrielle Walsh, Arlen Escarpeta, and Karan Oberoi.
Check out the photos and promo video below for a preview!
Episode description: Crisis Management Specialist Gabi Mosely and her team find missing persons the authorities are unable or unwilling to locate. The search for Camila, a missing 14-year-old in foster care, becomes more complicated than the team initially suspected.
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