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About this title

Storyline

The disappearance of former college acquaintance Chantal leads several 20-somethings to get entangled in the mystery of how she went missing. Leading the search party is Dory, a lifelong doormat who works as a rich housewife's assistant. Dory makes it her personal mission to find Chantal -- and she's bringing her friends into the investigation with her. Self-diagnosed narcissist Elliott, who puts his ego aside long enough to agree to help Dory, is particularly good at detective work. Bubbly actress Portia excels at chatting up suspects for information because of her desperate need to be in the spotlight. Sheltered-but-sweet doofus Drew has to grow a spine to help solve the mystery and save his deteriorating relationship with Dory. Dory's ex-boyfriend Julian seeks the truth, regardless of who it hurts, because of his background as a journalist.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: November 17, 2016

Also Known As: Search Party, В поиске |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Brazil (14) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

dark comedy
missing person
twenty something
search party

Company Credits

Production Co: Jax Media

Cast

Richie Moriarty
as Dumbass Host
Dan Robert
as Dan
Annie-Sage Whitehurst
as Ferguson Campaign Staffer
Elizabeth Rich
as Inmate
Edward Hibbert
as Bing
Shacottha Fields
as Selena
Connie Ray
as Opal Ann Tupper
Catherine Cohen
as Miami
Pat Bowie
as Older Woman on Train
Chelsea Peretti
as Patsy Monahan
Omar Perez
as Prison Guard #1
Loukas Skipitaris
as Waiter
Alex Hernandez
as Gustave
Andre Ward
as Photographer
Michael Showalter
as Max
Sam Pancake
as Patrick
Bridey Elliott
as Penelope
Thiago Macklin
as Bartender
Isabelle Pierre
as Prison Guard #2
Alix Elias
as Prudence
Leonid Citer
as Sergei
Charlie Covey
as Reid
Jane Gabbert
as Kathy
Andrew James Gordon
as Wedding Guest
Cezar Williams
as Crazy Person #2
Bonnie Milligan
as Katherine Witherbottom/Kathryn/Catherine
Ken Holmes
as Bartender
Juanita Howard
as Elderly Woman
Davis Hall
as Doug
Sas Goldberg
as Leslie
Kenneth Maharaj
as Bodega Cashier
Judy Reyes
as Deb
Krister Johnson
as Eric
Edward Incle
as Mug Shot Photographer
Catherine Lloyd Burns
as Linda Witherbottom/Linda
Robert G. McKay
as Officer Elmer
Justin Marcel McManus
as Freddy
Ameerah Kindle
as A Capella #3
Drew Droege
as Ashley
J. Smith-Cameron
as Mary Ferguson
Alysia Reiner
as Trina
Linas Phillips
as Farley
S.J. Son
as Kara
Max Talisman
as Sharkinthepool
Deborah Rush
as Gertrude
Abby C. Smith
as Canadian Tire Cashier
Edward Manley
as FBI Agent
Charles Dumas
as Driver
Pamela Monroe
as New Yorker
Kenneth Lee
as Alan
Deidre Goodwin
as Barb
Uly Schlesinger
as Hunter
Jimmy Palumbo
as Lou
Andrew Garman
as Pastor
Glo Tavarez
as Vivica
Joel Kim Booster
as Peter
Alia Shawkat
as Dory Sief
Busy Philipps
as Donna
Natalie Walker
as Gloria
Eudora Peterson
as Colette
Clara Wong
as Maude
Tim Nicolai
as Reporter #2
Carlos Gómez
as Detective Velasquez
Ron Livingston
as Keith
Austin Durant
as Interrogator
Joey Rippo
as Young Chris
Sebastian Conelli
as Paparazzo/Paparazzo #1
Tymberlee Hill
as Joy/Joy Hartman
Buzz Bovshow
as Richard
James Collins Jr.
as Lobby Guard
Lisa Gorlitsky
as Talk Lady 1
Kate Berlant
as Nia/Editor
Tobee Paik
as Tim
Raina Pellinger
as Chantal Imposter
Peter Grosz
as Roger Carrots
Ali Reza
as Jordan
Jon Bander
as Canadian Tire Customer/Yelling Man
Lisha Brooks
as Crazy Person #1
Jordan Firstman
as Luke
Rebecca Robles
as Cindy/Poem Friend #1/Positive Woman
Ann Carr
as Gym Woman
Sean Allan Krill
as Host
Alex Corrado
as Speaker
Ellie Pettit
as Girl in Hooded Sweatshirt
Pat Regan
as Zacky
Samantha Browne-Walters
as Intern
Lane Moore
as Kelsey
Teresa Yenque
as Teresa
Harold Eric
as Scotty
Jennifer Lafleur
as Tina
Addison Takefman
as Little Girl
Louise Mara
as Courtroom
Sabrina Jalees
as Amy
Phoebe Robinson
as Emily
Alli Brown
as Blonde Actress
Jamar Greene
as Deputy
Tami Sagher
as Lassie Kaazar
Christopher McDonald
as Bill
Matt Barats
as Gas Station Attendant
Mary Catherine Wright
as Dotty
Scott Aiello
as Street Cop
Sydney Mae Diaz
as Taylor
Casey Crane
as Production Assistant
Makia Martin
as Admin Lady
Takako Haywood
as Petite Business Woman
Dan Carolan
as Convenience Store Clerk
Tyler Bourke
as Young Boy
Peter McNerney
as Mountie
Tomas Pais
as Matthieu
Fajer Al-Kaisi
as Paoli
Michelle Sohn
as Molly
Andre Hyland
as Ennis
Kate Weiman
as Country Lady
Susan Cella
as Focus Group Woman #1
Samantha Gambuzza
as A Capella #2
Daniel K. Isaac
as Barista
Emily Walton
as Jennifer
Ziv Zaifman
as Bully #1
Kaipo Schwab
as Cop #3
Sarah Burkhalter
as Stage Mom
Michele Tauber
as Ms. Kiwi
Charles Gould
as Liam
Will Hines
as Border Patrol Agent
Jacqueline Antaramian
as Elmira
Tre Jamison
as Titus
Clare McNulty
as Chantal/Chantal Witherbottom
Kathy Griffin
Dierdre Friel
as Kennifer
Michael Gregory Fung
as Jimmy
Conner O'Malley
as Chris
Courtney Reed
as Receptionist
Paco Tolson
as Attendant
Jennifer Betit Yen
as Woman at Celebration
Dante Briggins
as Fundraiser Attendee
Susan Ziegler
as Pammy/Woman at Vigil #2
Rebecca Benhayon
as Journalist
Bregje Heinen
as Charlotte
Olivia Kinter
as Officer Charity
Tony Cucci
as Fat Franky
Sam Morjaria
as Relative
Shana Solomon
as Janelle
Yedoye Travis
as Waiter
Ron Domingo
as Focus Group Man
Jiggly Caliente
as Person with Chantal Bag
Christine Ebersole
as Mariel/Mariel Davenport
David Pittu
as Quintin
Peak Kwinarian
as Man at Vigil #2
Ramsey Faragallah
as Milad
Chloe Fineman
as Charlie Reeny
R.L. Stine
as R.L. Stine
Gregory Mikell
as Banker
Chet Siegel
as Pamela
Julie Chateauvert
as Juror #1/Jury Foreman
Jessica Chaffin
as Crystal
Vin Knight
as Neddly
Diane Ciesla
as Nancy
Katie Maguire
as Miranda
Raphael Nash Thompson
as Judge Hellerman
Deborah Eisenberg
as Mercy
Richard Poe
as Wallace
Nick Low
as Waiter
John LaGioia
as Mickey
Kevin Yamada
as Train Station Cashier
Natasha Rothwell
as Real Woman
Nick Reynolds
as Grandfather Rooster
Kitty Crystal
as Tattoo Artist
Ty Fanning
Malikha Mallette
as Producer
Jim Santangeli
as Garrett
Mathilde Dehaye
as Elliot's Team Member
Ann Dowd
as Paula Jo
Renes Rivera
as Martin
Paige Faure
as Pregnant Woman
Arnie Burton
as Mary Ferguson's Lawyer
Tunde Adebimpe
as Edwin
Maria Elena Ramirez
as News Correspondent
Hilton Dresden
as Adam
Jason Greene
as Paz
Eden Orshan
as A Capella #1
Julian Hernandez
as Ukulele Player
Elia Monte-Brown
as Corrine
Marcy Harriell
as Casey
Rosie Perez
as Lorraine De Coss
M. Grace Sutton
as Nadia
Wali Collins
as Warm Up Guy
Brad Koed
as Rob
Jennifer Kim
as Agnes Cho/Agnes
Fredi Walker-Browne
as Ghost
Jeffery Self
as Marc
Ryan Thomas Bennett
as Person
Pat Kiernan
as Pat Kiernan
Derek Mellor
as Vigil Attendee
Jeff Goldblum
as Tunnel Quinn
Louie Anderson
as Bob
Larry Owens
as Idiot
Margaret Singer
as Kendra
Marva Hicks
as Virginia
Susanna Farley
as Mrs. La Bianca/Rosemary
Griffin Dunne
as Richard Wreck
Graham Stevens
as Neighbor
Ann Harada
as Charlotte
Jason Kravits
as Leonard
Ruby McCollister
as Ice Cream Worker
Zack Segel
as Dave
Richard R. Henry
as Barry
Matt Rogers
as Gay Man
Craig Rowin
as Audio Technician
Lianah Sta. Ana
as Gillian
George Kareman
as Greg
Kelly Q.E. Hudson
as Ellen
Erica Hernandez
as Mitchy
Tyler Bunch
as Tree Man
Nina Hellman
as Detective Gallion
Benito Skinner
as Nate
Mary Stout
as Stenographer
Jay Duplass
as Elijah
Kwabena Ampofo
as Bartender
Nan Wang
as Asian Man
Rafael Poueriet
as Police Officer
Anthony Atamanuik
as Hugh Sneezer
Michaela Watkins
as Polly/Polly Danzinger
Connor Ratliff
as Ted
Carl Foreman Jr.
as Cody
Lillias White
as Wilma
Patti Harrison
as Renee
Casey Jane Ellison
as Intense Hipster/Tattoo Artist
Cole Escola
as Chip/Obsessed Fan
Tyrone Mitchell Henderson
as Agent
Zach Cherry
as Duncan
Conor William Wright
as Aaron
Judy Del Giudice
as Woman in Line
Wallace Shawn
as William Badpastor/William Baspastor
Judy Gold
as Paulette Capuzzi
Joey Slotnick
as Greg Carrots
Griffin Newman
as Gavin Rolf
Theodore Bouloukos
as Hotel Manager
Madison Elizabeth Lagares
as Kaitlin
Sonia Valentin
as Woman at Vigil #1
Christine Taylor
as Gail
Bardia Salimi
as Bagel Cashier
William Ragsdale
as Chuck
Michelle Zauner
as Guitarist
Sarah Mezzanotte
as Bitchy Bitch
Shunori Ramanathan
as Steph
Rory Duffy
as Vigil Attendee
Jahmere Rogers
as Bing's Twink Boyfriend Jason
Kristen Buckels
as Waitress
Lusia Strus
as Melissa Miracle
James P. Rees
as Parking Lot Manager
Vanessa Aspillaga
as Castillo
Kristen Hung
as Chinese Luggage Saleswoman
Zuzanna Szadkowski
as Aphrodite
Richard Millen
as Train Passenger
Claire Tyers
as June
Gerrard Lobo
as Ron
Ed Herbstman
as Passenger
Franca Vercelloni
as Amy
Lauren Mary Huff
as Girl on Beach
Simone Black
as Maggie
Mehran Khaghani
as Wardrobe Assistant
Suzanne Hevner
as Woman at Vigil #3
Aidan Gavril Wallace
as Elliott's Little Brother/Audience Member
Annette O'Toole
as Diana Fontaine
Jonathan Marballi
as Security Guard
Patricia R. Floyd
as Maya Angelou
Buzz Roddy
as Angry Man
Mitra Jouhari
as Laney
Nehal Joshi
as Paparazzo #2
Lance Greene
as Theatre Goer
Adrienne C. Moore
as Nelda
Jacqueline Guillen
as Reporter #1/Reporter
Hallie Haas
as Mel Benina/Ruby
Charles Rogers
as Peeing Man/F. Scott Fitzgerald
Gerardo Rodriguez
as Driver
Ruby Pine
as Violin Girl
Brendan Jordan
as Strange Man
Sydney Farley
as Poem Friend #2
Phoebe Tyers
as April
Parker Posey
as Brick
John Reynolds
as Drew Gardner
Robert Montano
as Cop #2/Police Officer
Jenny L. Saldaña
as Chana
Katie Hartman
as Dover Real Estate Receptionist
Kathleen Culler
as Missy Winebasket
Paul O'Brien
as Frank
Kristin Villanueva
as Assistant
Andrea Cirie
as I.A.B. Investigator
Amanda Bruton
as Cop #4
Shalita Grant
as Cassidy
Jeff Kim
as Director
Dorcas Sowunmi
as Focus Group Woman #2
Louis Carbonneau
as Trent
Susan Sarandon
as Lylah
Sonia Mena
as Press Member
Anita Sabherwal
as British Lady
Sunita Mani
as Pia
Gil Ozeri
as Cop #1
Randall Marquez
as SUV Driver
Amanda Anthony
as Audience Member
Allison Kaye Daniel
as Talk Lady 2
Dan Klein
as Frankie
Lisa Haas
as Meg/Lisa
Meredith Hagner
as Portia Davenport
Sawyer Ploski
as Young Drew
Timiki Salinas
as Casting Assistant
John Early
as Elliott Goss
Kim Ramirez
as Daffy's Clerk
James Young
as Robert/Robert Witherbottom
Alexandra Wentworth
as Rich Woman
Jo Firestone
as Carla
Blair Ross
as Audra
Brandon Micheal Hall
as Julian

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2016 | 10 Episodes

Season 2

2017 | 10 Episodes

Season 3

2020 | 10 Episodes

Season 4

2021 | 10 Episodes

Season 5

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