Absentia 2: trailer of the series for Amazon Prime Video
Amazon Prime Video has announced the arrival of the second season of Absentia, and ten episodes for the next 14 June. The protagonist, as well as executive producer, the actress Stana Katic, best known for her role in Castle.
Absentia tells the story of FBI agent Emily Byrne (Katic), who, disappeared, without having left a trace, was declared dead after having investigated on one of the most famous serial killer of Boston. Six years later, Emily is found in a cottage in the woods, semi alive and without memory of past years. Back home she learns that her husband, special agent Nick Durand (Patrick Heusinger), has remarried and that his son, Flynn, was brought up by another woman. In addition, she finds herself involved in a new series of murders.
In the second season, after having tracked down and killed her captor, Emily has difficulty in finding a balance and start a new life from a mother who has survived six years of physical and mental torture. Despite having a great desire to rebuild a relationship with his son, Emily is unable to break free from the darkness of her past. He assigns a detective of the Boston police department, Tommy Gibbs (Angel Bonanni), to investigate in secret about his mysterious history. When the case turns out to be a matter of life or death, Emily will risk everything to come to the surface the truth and protect his family.
In addition to Katic, the cast of Absentia includes: Patrick Heusinger (Jack Reacher 2: Never Go Back), Cara Theobold (Downton Abbey), Neil Jackson (Westworld), Angel Bonanni (False Flag) and Paul Freeman (The Dogs of War). For the second season come in the cast Matthew Le Nevez (The Widow) and Natasha Little (The Night Manager). Le Nevez plays Cal Isaac, an ex-Navy SEAL from the attitude is very positive, while Little in the role of Julianne Completed, an FBI agent (very hard) moved to the Boston office to help capture the culprit of a terrorist attack is deadly.
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