The evidence against Emily is too much for the FBI and Boston Police Department to ignore, so they ask her to turn herself in. In the midst of chaos, old feelings come to the surface between Nick and Emily. Emily decides she would rather flee and try to solve the mystery that is ruining her life.
Emily is now the main suspect for yet another murder, her time is running out. Can Nick and Emily find enough evidence to plead her innocence, or will Nick's clouded judgement be tested by the ever growing evidence being brought against her.
People who are downloading the episodes are Stana Katic fans. They are the ones who are eager to watch. They'll watch it when it airs in the U.S. regardless of having seen it or not.
My opinion of the first two episodes is that Absentia is worthy of a watch. For me, anything that keeps my attention is good. The first two episodes were engaging. I was immediately drawn into the story.
Absenta U.S. home to be announced soon.
Emily’s alleged serial killer, Conrad Harlow, is being released from jail, and Emily has not come close to solving the mystery of her kidnapping and time in captivity. As Emily struggles to return to normal life, a witness turns up and reinforces the suspicions of Emily. Emily denies the suspicions and is sure the witness is lying and was forced into making a false statement, maybe by someone in the FBI.
After years of assuming FBI Agent Emily Byrne was a possible victim of serial killer Conrad Harlow, she is miraculously returned to her family. Emily, however, has to struggle with the mysteries of her captivity and the fact that everyone has moved on without her. When the FBI traces the sex trafficker, suspicion suddenly moves to Emily.
The official Twitter account (@AbsentiaSeries) is active and posting photos and other news about Stana Katic's upcoming series.
There's a good chance Stana Katic will return to U.S. TV screens this year in the limited series Absentia. It's produced by Sony's AXN which...
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