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Thriller series exploring the emotional fallout of a child's abduction not only on the family but on the wider community.
The British family, which consists of mother Emily, father Tony and their son Oliver were vacationing in France during the holiday. Everything was fine, but not for long. One day he went to the cafe with his son. He was distracted for a few seconds, and when he turned, Oliver disappeared. Tony rushed to find his son, but to no avail. Tony and Emily appealed to the French detective Lawrence Relay. And she turned to Julien Baptiste and Oliver was declared wanted. On the scene arrives a journalist Malik Suri and the British detective Mark Walt, which was in vacation in France with his son too. But they found no evidence of a crime. Oliver seemed to have vanished into thin air. Emily's parents (Penny and Robert) learned about the tragedy and came to France to support their daughter. Tony feels his guilt before Emily and tries to find Oliver by all possible means. But success was not. Relations of the spouses could not bear the heavy moral load. That's why Emily and Tony separated. Emily begins a new relationship with Mark. And Tony continues to search her son. 8 years later the man turns to the other detective. New evidence is located. Now the parents have hope that their son is alive.Read more »
The Missing season 2 continues the events of the first season. We learn about how the hero of the series Tony is looking for his missing son. He is in despair. But the local police detective Baptiste Julien comes to help him. They also seek to blame for the disappearance of his son. This investigation is filled with many unexpectedness. Relations between Tony and his wife Emily soured. And he worries that it could change his life. What will happen to Tony? Will he find his son? Watch the series this season.Read more »