Absentia is an American TV series. The series surrounds around the story of an FBI special agent EMILY. The genre of this series is drama, crime, thriller, and suspense. This series has 3 seasons with ten episodes each. The average duration of each episode is forty to forty-five minutes. It is released under the production companies Masha production, Bizu production, and Media brat production. Its production location is Bulgaria. It is directed by Oded Ruskin.
Absentia Season 4 Release Date
Season 1 ran from September 25, 2017, to November 20.2017, Season 2 ran from March 26, 2019, to May 28, 2019, and Season 3 release date was July 17, 2020. It was released on Amazon Prime Video in the original language of English and on AXN internationally. The show was released in the United States. It got a total rating of 7.3 out of 10 on IMDB and 50% on Rotten Tomatoes.
It was liked by approximately 82% of people. As now the audience is waiting for Season 4 it became obvious to imagine the release date of Season 3. Till now, there is no official word of its release till then we can just make our guesses. This series also depends upon the audience’s reactions and so the controversies too. It is showing that Season 4 can come next year in June or July month. So yeah, we have to wait till then.
Absentia Previous Season’s Recap
The series tells the story of FBI special agent Emily Byrne who, while hunting one of Boston’s most notorious serial killers disappears without a trace and was declared dead in Absentia. Six years later, she was found in a cabin in the woods, barely alive with no memory of the years she was missing after Nick got a call from someone resembling Conrad Harlow but he didn’t accept this.
She returns home and learned that her husband Nick has remarried and her son was being raised by the new wife. She soon finds herself implicated in a new series of murders. Conrad Harlow was taken behind the bars for killing Emily but he was released as there was no evidence of him killing her as she too didn’t remember anything.
In season 2 we saw Emily once again investigating a serial killer while trying to unravel the mystery of her six-year disappearance. In a shock twist ending, Alice, Emily’s ex-husband Nick’s new wife was revealed to have been involved in Emily’s disappearance. Alice was then killed by FBI head Julianne Gunnarson during a stand-off with Emily. We were then left with Emily telling Nick and their son Flynn what happened, but what Emily actually said remains a mystery.
After tracking down and killing her abductor, former FBI agent Emily Byrne struggles to define her normal as a mother and a survivor of six years of physical and mental torture. Even while she rebuilds her relationship with her son Flynn, Emily still cannot shake the darkness of her past. She enlists Boston police detective Tommy in a secret investigation of her mysterious history. When the case turns deadly, she risks everything to uncover the truth.
In season 3, it was shown that Rowena Kincade, an M15 agent and past Quantico instructor has a history with Emily. With Emily Byrne’s suspension from the FBI nearing its end, a criminal case hits close to home, sending Emily on a dangerous journey that threatens the lives of the family she is desperately trying to hold together.
Absentia Season 4 Cast
Stana Katic, seen in the character of Special agent Emily Byrne, is a former FBI agent who disappeared while hunting one of Boston’s most notorious serial killers and was presumed dead but returns six years later with no memory of her abduction.
Patrick Huesinger, seen in the character of Special agent nick Byrne, is Emily’s husband and fellow FBI agent who suffers from the guilt that he stopped looking for Emily.
Neil Jackson, seen in the character of Jack Byrne, is Emily’s older stepbrother and medical equipment salesman who is a former surgeon who lost his job and medical license due to heavy drinking caused by Emily’s disappearance.
Cara Theobold, seen in the character of Alice Durand, is Nick’s new wife and Flynn’s stepmother. She attempts to remain graceful and kind but her behavior towards Emily becomes increasingly harsh in the chaos after her return.
Paul Freeman, seen in the character of Warren Byrne, is Emily’s adoptive father who served over twenty-five years in the Boston Police Department.