Ashley Judd hasn't been on television since 1994, when she co-starred on NBC's Sisters. Apparently she's about to end her seventeen year hiatus from the small screen, as Variety reports Judd is in talks to star in ABC's Missing, about a woman who, after her son disappears in Italy, travels to Europe to search for him and employs her former CIA agent skills to do so. Behind the project is writer Greg Poirer and director Steve Schill, along with executive producers Gina Matthews and Grant Scharbo. Missing could premiere as early as this summer with a 10 episode arc. Good luck to them all, as perhaps they'll be the ones who'll have no choice but to finally make the "Ashley Judd is difficult to work with" rumors less...rumored.