Amazon has not officially announced it has renewed the Stana Katic series, and nothing came out of Amazon’s summer 019 TCA panel about the series’ future on the streaming channel.
Stana Katic's Absentia will drop on Amazon Prime in many locations, including the U.S. on July 17! This makes it the earliest...
Amazon has given Stana Katic’s series Absentia a formal season three pickup. Katic had previously let the cat out of the bag a few months back around the time of the season two premiere in the U.S.
Oduwale's killer is uncovered which reveals a devastating personal betrayal to Emily.
Back in Boston, Emily's grief gives way to purpose as she discovers a clue that connects Rex Wolfe to the mystery of her captivity.
Emily realizes that Rex Wolf was working for someone connected to both her past and her present. She finds she can rely on Nick for help, but how to make sense of the puzzle? Emily resorts to extreme measures when she realizes the threat is close to home.
Amazon has officially picked up Stana Katic’s Absentia for a second season. The news was initially floated in March but is now confirmed. All of the principal players left standing at the end of the season one finale are returning. There are some new cast additions.
Emily's investigation into her past becomes a hunt for a serial killer whose crimes have been overlooked in the citywide chaos. When the serial killer claims a victim close to Emily, she returns to the FBI to hunt him down, partnering with Special Agent Cal Isaac a former Navy SEAL with a personality that runs counter to Emily's
Emily and Cal's investigation into the Fentanyl Killer points them toward some dangerous and highly skilled suspects. Elsewhere, Nick's manhunt for the Federal Annex attacker heats up.
Emily and Cal travel to Moldova to track down the Fentanyl Killer-a task that proves to be more dangerous than anticipated. Meanwhile, Nick is given an order that challenges his moral code