'Absentia' season 2 trailer sees Stana Katic broken but ready to fight back
Actor Stana Katic is back with 'Absentia' season 2 and she is ready to fight back while the others try to force her to move on
Stana Katic as Emily Byrne is paranoid, but also ready to fight back and get her life back on track. At the beginning of the trailer, she says, "Someone’s still out there. I can feel it." As an FBI agent, she is stuck in the past while everyone around her has moved on.
She had disappeared after investigating one of Boston's deadly serial killers and was pronounced dead. Her ex-husband, Special Agent Nick Durand (Patrick Heusinger), is now married to another woman who is also raising her son Flynn (Patrick McAuley). She was found in a cabin in the woods, six years later with not much memory, she tries to get a handle on her life, only to be implicated in another series of murders.
This comes after she tracked down her abductor and killed him. Now, she has to settle down and adjust to a reality that is devoid of pain and torture, but she is incapable of moving forward without fighting her inner demons.
She wants to further investigate the past and so, in the second season, she will enlist the help of Boston police detective Tommy Gibbs (Angel Bonanni) in an off-the-book investigation to learn the truth about her past. This case will not only put her in danger but also her family and so she has to learn the truth to protect the ones that she loves.
Patrick Heusinger, Cara Theobold, Neil Jackson, Angel Bonanni, Paul Freeman, and Patrick McAuley will be reprising their roles while the second season will see the inclusion of Matthew Le Nevez and Natasha Little. The second season of the show will premiere June 14 on Amazon Prime.
The first season of the show aired September 25, 2017, and consisted of 10 episodes. The show premiered at the 57th Monte Carlo Television Festival in June 2017. The first season was shot in Bulgaria and all the episodes were directed by Oded Ruskin.
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