By now you’re probably up to date with The Missing, and if you are, up until about an hour ago you were one step ahead of me. I’ve just managed to catch up with episode four of the second series, which has so far been twisting and turning like a python dancing to Chubby Checker. The last I saw of the Websters Alice was out in the back garden with a shifty-looking Colonel Stone, who was intimating to Alice that she should keep her mouth shut. But in the two episodes I’m quickly going to recap, a whole load more stuff has happened and the story has moved on significantly.
So off we went on series two of The Missing last week – another emotional rollercoaster ride, this time featuring the Webster family, who were coming to terms with the reappearance of their lost daughter, Alice Webster. But that wasn’t all. That was in 2014, and now, in the present day, Julien Baptiste was in Iraq Kurdistan on the hunt for the man who he thought had abducted Alice and her fellow abductee, Sophie Giroux. We also saw that, two years after her disappearance in 2014, Alice Webster was lying in the ground. So, following two timelines, we were on our way to find out what happened to Alice and her fractured family, and follow Baptiste as he travelled the world tracking down the bad guy.
Next week, the Williams brothers’ new six-part anthology thriller, The Missing, kicks into gear again. This time, we have David Morrissey and Keeley Hawes as the parents who go through unimaginable struggles. We managed to get hold of an interview with the brilliant Keeley Hawes (who has, in the past five years, really cemented her reputation as one of the country’s best), which you can read after the jumperoonie.
Next week sees the return of the Williams brothers’ The Missing, a new story that follows 2014’s harrowing six-parter starring James Nesbitt, Frances O’Connor and Tchéky Karyo. Karyo returns for this second series, but the new parents plunged into heartbreak this time around are Keeley Hawes and David Morrissey. We managed to get hold of an interview with Morrissey (David, not the guy out of The Smiths), which you can read after the jump.
No sooner has one Williams brothers series finished, another one is just starting to crank up. We’re a month or so away from the second series of The Missing – this time starring the excellent Keeley Hawes and David Morrissey – but a new teaser has hit the streets, featuring the gravel-voiced Tchéky Karyo’s Julien Baptiste in fine, foreboding form. It doesn’t reveal too much, but it does tell us that there’s a different spin in this second series – that of a missing child who reappears after 12 years after her initial disappearance.