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Found Is Returning for Season 2 — Here's What We Know So Far

Shanola Hampton will return for another heart-stopping season, as she works to find missing people whose cases have slipped through the cracks.

By Jax Miller

NBC is bringing back our favorite public relations specialist and her team to tackle the toughest-to-crack missing persons cases on a second season of Found.

How to Watch

Watch Found on NBC and Peacock.

Found is slated to return after luring viewers on NBC and Peacock in with its fantastic cast and edge-of-your-seat storytelling. But what will happen in Season 2? Here's everything to know: 

Will Found return for Season 2?

Yes Found will indeed return for Season 2. It premieres fall 2024 and will occupy the Thursdays at 10/9c time slot. 

What is Found?

Found, which premiered on October 2, 2023, is about Gabi Mosely (Shanola Hampton), a kidnapping survivor who now leads a team to search for missing people whose cases have failed to garner media attention. Those within Gabi’s focus often include people of color, as well as subjects who face bias for their ethnicity, sexual orientation, and lifestyle choices, among other things.

Backed by a band of people whose lives have also been touched by missing persons’ cases — including Margaret Reed (Kelli Williams), a mother whose son disappeared 13 years earlier — Gabi stops at nothing to bring the missing home.

Gabi Mosely and Lacey Quinn standing next to each other.

Gabi has a dark secret, however: She's been secretly solving cases with the help of Sir (Mark-Paul Gosselaar), the man who kidnapped Gabi as a teen and is now himself a captive in Gabi’s basement.

RELATED: Wait, How Much Trouble Would Gabi Be In for Kidnapping Sir? An Expert Weighs In

Teen Gabi looking up at Sir and smiling while outside.

“These shows are a testament to the incredibly passionate work of our showrunners, Nkechi Okoro Carroll [Found] and Arika Lisanne Mittman [The Irrational], both of whom have executed their visions flawlessly,” Katz stated. “A huge thank you to the talented cast, producers, and crews for their tireless commitment and dedication, which has clearly paid off with audiences making these series must-see television on both NBC and the next day on Peacock.”

Originally published Nov 30, 2023.

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