Season 01, Episode 03 – “Episode 3”
Julien is woken by a frantic message on his mobile phone from Lea asking him to call her. Molina and his team trace the call to the train station. Nicolas, a waiter at Morel and Sons restaurant, shows Julien the illegal police radio interceptor he has in his car, and as Julien listens to the communications, he begins to shadow their investigations.
Set in Lyon, the show traces the increasing trauma of the Morel family who fall apart when their 17-year-old daughter fails to return home from a night out. As the hours pass and the police investigation builds, The Disappearance explores every parent’s worst nightmare. There are similarities to Broadchurch in that the lead detective has a complicated backstory while the family members and friends each appear to be hiding something.
- The Disappearance S01E02 – Episode 2 Season 01, Episode 02 – “Episode 2”
Lea's father Julien is in police custody for lying about his alibi and refusing to give his actual whereabouts […]
- The Disappearance S01E06 – Episode 6 Season 01, Episode 06 – “Episode 6”
An apparent suicide with a long confession seemingly concludes the case of Lea's murder, but Molina is not […]
- The Disappearance S01E05 – Episode 5 Season 01, Episode 05 – “Episode 5”
The waiting is finally over for the distraught Morel family when Lea's body is found in Miribel lake. As they […]
- The Disappearance S01E07 – Episode 7 Season 01, Episode 07 – “Episode 7”
A jeweller identifies the man who bought the pendant found in a grave dug for Lea Morel. The man is questioned, […]
- The Disappearance S01E01 – Episode 1 Season 01, Episode 01 – “Episode 1”
When teenager Lea does not return home from a music festival, her parents contact the police, who uncover areas […]