In the second season, we return to a new set of powerful events. When a young woman (a kid kidnap) returns to her hometown, her family is in a state of turmoil. Her name is Alice Webster. Two years later, investigator Julian Baptiste resumes searching for another missing girl. On the other hand, Webster struggles to cope with the return of their daughter while searching for another missing girl. The shock waves of Alice's return still feel two years later.
Baptiste wants to give them a happy ending, without ignoring the haunting lessons. By embracing him - as well as an ambitious premise - The Missing improves in Season 2. And where they go from here remains enticingly unknown.
The Missing does an excellent job of making its many, many twists feel like natural reveals, and it moves along at a quick pace while leaving enough time to explore the difficult and complicated emotions of its leads.