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Star World HD to premiere ‘The Missing Season 2’ at 10 pm

MUMBAI: Star World Premiere HD is all set to premiere the second season of the mystery thriller ‘The Missing’ from 13 December every Tuesday at 10 pm.

The first season is about a father’s quest to find his 5-year-old son who disappeared during a family holiday in France; it received rave reviews from around the world. It turned a common premise into a standout thriller with heartfelt.

Season 2 will feature a new case of Alice Webster, set in Germany. In 2003, Alice was abducted from an English school near a military base in Eckhausen, Germany. And now, 11 years later, she stumbles back into the same town. And we face the ultimate question of what happened to her?

Alice’s sudden disappearance 11 years ago left her family in trauma. Her father Sam became emotionally wrecked and grew apart from the rest of his family. Alice’s brother Matthew, who was the last person to see his sister before she was abducted, is all grown-up but his behaviour has become increasingly erratic. Gemma (Alice’s mother) still carries around the grief of not knowing the truth about what happened to her daughter.

Julien Baptiste, the renowned French missing person’s detective, is unable to let go of his past cases in order to settle into retirement. The return of Alice Webster is an event that goes right to his heart, and he races out of his own jurisdiction to pursue a 12-year-old case that he refused to let die.

The thriller show stars Tchéky Karyo (Julien Baptiste), David Morrissey (Sam Webster), Keeley Hawes (Gemma Webster) and Laura Fraser (Sergeant Eve Stone).