A complex, delicate narrative drives “The Missing,” a dramatic thriller taking place in two countries and at several times.
Season I: When five-year-old Oliver Hughes disappears while on holiday in France, it sets off a manhunt that will last for years to come. The Missing, a Starz Limited Series, is a gripping dramatic thriller that takes you inside the mind of a father, Tony, desperate to locate his lost son. With help from a local detective, Tony embarks on an obsessive quest to find his son and those responsible for his disappearance. A riveting puzzle with twists and turns at every stage, Tony’s exhaustive search fractures his relationship with his wife Emily and threatens to destroy his life. Told through a delicate and complex narrative, The Missing unfolds over two time frames simultaneously.
Season II: David Morrissey and Keeley Hawes will show all the stages of grief as Sam and Gemma, the mother and father of a missing daughter. But The Missing will change things up this time around. The dual-timeline structure will still be in effect, looking at 2003 and 2014, but in Season 2, Sam and Gemma’s daughter Alice – now in her 20s – who was missing for 11 years, will reappear in Germany. Julien Baptiste (Tchéky Karyo), the detective from Season 1, will return to help Sam and Gemma through the case.
“The Missing is imaginatively written, well cast, chillingly believable and quite addictive.” – The New York Times
“This is one of the year’s very best TV programs, hard as it sometimes is to endure.” – New York Magazine
“Hauntingly brilliant television” – The Guardian
Tchéky Karyo (Julien Baptiste)
James Nesbitt (Tony Hughes)
Frances O'Connor (Emily Hughes)
Émilie Dequenne (Laurence Relaud)
Jason Flemyng (Mark Walsh)
Titus De Voogdt (Vincent Bourg)
Selected Awards and Nominations
Golden Globes, USA 2015 – Best Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television
Primetime Emmy Awards 2015 – Nominated Primetime Emmy Outstanding Directing
BAFTA Awards 2015 – Nominated Audience Award (TV); BAFTA TV Award Best Drama Series
BAFTA Awards, Scotland 2015 – Won BAFTA Scotland Award Best Actor Television – Ken Stott
Monte-Carlo TV Festival 2015 – Won Golden Nymph Best Actress – Mini Series – Frances O’Connor;
Nominated Golden Nymph Best Mini Series; Outstanding Actor in a Mini Series – Tchéky Karyo