Absentia – 28 September 2020 – 28/9/2020 – Monday – Seven – 7
Emily must deal with a devastating loss, and Nick is haunted by guilt while seeking solace at home with his broken family.
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Emily Byrne, an FBI agent, mysteriously disappears while hunting a serial killer and is declared dead. Six years later, she is found in a cabin in the woods, with no memory of her past.
This show is broadcast on Channel Seven.
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