876 votes


AXN 2017

A missing FBI agent reappears six years after being declared dead.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Absentia

Absentia - S2E10

#1 - Accomplice


Season 2 - Episode 10

Emily hits a dead end. Despite this, she follows the remaining shreds of evidence to a wrenching revelation!

The episode was rated from 387 votes.

Absentia - S2E9

#2 - Committed


Season 2 - Episode 9

The FBI closes in on the person who had chosen the victims of the Fentanyl Killer. Emily is once again, confronted by evil touching her family. Nick & Alice try to resolve the problems they have been suffering, but Nick is going to make a horrifying discovery.

The episode was rated from 364 votes.

Absentia - S1E10

#3 - Original Sin


Season 1 - Episode 10

Tommy makes a new discovery that puts a new light on the investigation. Emily's past faces the present when she finally meets her captor, and will be like the mouse and the cat. When Nick gets hurt, Emily has to face several situations to save the ones she wants.

The episode was rated from 610 votes.

Absentia - S3E9

#4 - Tenebris


Season 3 - Episode 9

Nick works to free the refugees and Cal finally confronts Armstrong. When Gunnarsen and Crown go to arrest Deputy Director Webb, they discover something deadly. Meanwhile, Emily tries to get to the bottom of Elliot’s operation and goes to extreme lengths to protect her family.

The episode was rated from 219 votes.

Absentia - S3E3

#5 - Nosce Inimicum


Season 3 - Episode 3

Disoriented and drugged into a paralytic state, Nick wakes up in a dark and confined location. Meanwhile, without a body as proof, Emily refuses to accept that Nick is dead and makes a deal to get him back, only to find that Dawkins has laid a trap and everyone is in danger.

The episode was rated from 226 votes.

Absentia - S1E8
#6 - Brave Boy
Season 1 - Episode 8

Alice and Flynn are abducted by a mysterious person. Nick suspects that Emily was the one who kidnapped his family and desperately tries to find them. A reporter assaults Jack every time she wants to get exclusive information. Emily tries to get answers from Charles, but has to flee when Nick tries to arrest her. How will the couple act when they meet again?

The episode was rated from 609 votes.
Absentia - S3E6
#7 - In Quo Ego Vado Vos
Season 3 - Episode 6

Nick continues to be tortured but finds an opportunity to try to escape from his captors. Cal and Emily head off to rescue Nick and become closer along the way. When they reach the mysterious location, they find evidence that links to Nick’s case back in Boston, but there’s no sign of Nick.

The episode was rated from 206 votes.
Absentia - S1E9
#8 - Child's Play
Season 1 - Episode 9

Emily is able to retrieve more information from Charles and hopes that this will be a breakthrough in her research. Will this lead to Flynn? Will she discover the identity of who is after her? Will Tommy and Nick catch Emily and end the case that consumed the former agent’s life?

The episode was rated from 599 votes.
Absentia - S3E8
#9 - Veritas Aequitas
Season 3 - Episode 8

Emily and Nick devise a plan to infiltrate the refugee camp, and Cal poses as a Meridian guard in hopes of finding Armstrong and bringing him to justice. Meanwhile, Crown and Gunnarsen narrow in on Meridian’s mole and an unexpected visitor arrives at the farm.

The episode was rated from 213 votes.
Absentia - S1E6
#10 - Nobody's Innocent
Season 1 - Episode 6

Emily avoids arrest and finds another trace of the investigation. But with the disturbing new evidence, Emily begins to suspect one of her loved ones. Unfortunately, he is the only person who can help Emily figure out the case. Could it be just a little paranoia from Emily, or does she not have anyone to turn to?

The episode was rated from 637 votes.

Last updated: jan 18, 2022



Wow, this a story arc in Castle. It was Rick who disappeared and came back with amnesia, though.


This is a show straight away is on rocky ground. The plot of someone being kept for 6 years just feels ridiculous for what’s to follow and in truth you just can’t shake it throughout the whole season which spoils it somewhat. But if you can just let it go, this show really kicks in from episode 4 and the pace really picks up and becomes quite enjoyable and well worth watching as stana katic performance is excellent.


An unsolvable puzzle. Great acting. Interesting germ of an idea but it did what I most dislike in a mystery, it gave us [spoiler] lots of false leads and resolve it with something unforeseeable (something that I never forgave in the latter writings of Agatha Christie) [/spoiler]. Because of that, I gave the first series a 7.5 (just good) out of 10 (it was subsequently renewed for two more season as it rated in Amazons Top Ten). After watching the second season (which had a ridiculously predictable plot) I have reduced my rating to 5 (meh) out of 10, which grieves me because I think Stana Katic was wonderful in CASTLE and I like to support Canadian talent, especially when they invest back into the industry in producing, writing and soundtrack. [Crime Mystery]


watched 3 eps today and got bored asf!


I don't think I've ever seen a more stupid series. That's 10 hours of my life I will **NEVER** get back. Every episode (and I do mean **EVERY** episode) contained the exact same troupes "No one can see the bad guy but me" and "Everyone around the protagonist is a complete idiot and can't figure out basic common sense principles". And then in the last 10 minutes of the last episode, the main character is _magically_ cleared of all suspicion and her innocence is delivered in exposition. Get the F**k out of here... To suggest that hollyweird has taken a down-turn is putting it lightly. Do yourself a favor - avoid this one. Like seriously


This is a pretty good series. It seems to change direction and tone a bit each season which is ok, but it does still have an overriding arc. In Season 3 the action is really kicked up a notch and Stana becomes a female version of Wick.


After season 2 and 3 I am soooooo glad that I somehow got through season 1 and wanted to see more. I'm not a fan of action based movies/shows but this one is changing my likes for sure. Badass woman but she makes mistakes, wrong assumptions - definitely not perfect - romance is so messy, yet she can be a happy fluff at times which is so great and so human. By 3rd season it's no more shocking that there is always someone who betrays FBI and I really don't know how they still operate but it still can be unpredictable. Already can't wait for more.


I tried for the third time to watch this and can't barely go through an episode... Yes it's that boring.


It would help if you could get the date and time right, up here in Canada. A channel? A time? I use this app to help organize my shows. This one has never gotten this show, right! Good thing I can use, PVR, but should not have too. Now on to the show, I expect s huge come back with her in any show, sadly, only episode 1 was. Giving season 2 a chance. We will see.


Love the story, it's amazing, but I really must commend the acting. It's simply brilliant! And I really like seeing Stana in more serious role.

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