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The hunt is on for Edward, who has fled to England. Meanwhile, Julien and Genevieve plot an audacious move to try to turn Constantin and take down the Brigada.
The episode was rated from 317 votes.
With Alex dead Emma’s only hope is to find her other son Will. And when Julien and Zsofia look to Kamilla and her husband, a new lead is uncovered and a dramatic discovery is made
The episode was rated from 114 votes.
As Julien and Zsofia investigate Far Right politician Kamilla Agoston, Emma finds a lead on Alex’s computer that takes her and Julien to a shocking and bloody discovery.
The episode was rated from 120 votes.
As Julien and Genevieve outmanoeuvre Constantin, the Brigada make their own move and as Julien uncovers their inside source things lead to a dramatic conclusion.
The episode was rated from 310 votes.
Julien Baptiste travels to Hungary to help the British ambassador, Emma Chambers, find her missing family. When a body is found, the pressure is on to save Emma’s two sons.
The episode was rated from 143 votes.
Julien goes in pursuit of the money whilst Genevieve coerces Edward to meet Constantin. However, Edward makes a reckless move that puts the entire case in jeopardy.
The episode was rated from 325 votes.
Reeling from Will’s escape, Emma and Julien must do everything they can to stop the next attack. If they can follow the clues and find Will, perhaps they can succeed.
The episode was rated from 101 votes.
Julien and Zsofia track down the tattooed man but he gives little away. Things escalate when the police receive a hostage video, and Emma takes drastic action for her family.
The episode was rated from 130 votes.
Natalie reveals the full shocking truth about Edward and Julien has to tread carefully. When tragedy strikes, Julien becomes determined to uncover Edward’s true motives.
The episode was rated from 349 votes.
Julien confronts Edward and has to take drastic action to protect his family. But a personal bombshell forces Julien to face some secrets from his own past.
The episode was rated from 311 votes.
With Will safe, Emma and Julien hope to discover the identity of Gomorrah, but instead discover another attack is planned. Now, the pair must race against the clock to prevent it.The episode was rated from 104 votes.
Julien is searching for missing sex worker Natalie Rose. He meets Edward, Natalie's uncle, and the two men delve into the criminal underworld of Amsterdam's red light district.The episode was rated from 388 votes.
Last updated: oct 08, 2021
After The Missing, Baptiste got his own spinoff. While it was good, having to watch it on PBS was a negative and it didn’t have quite the same drama as The Missing did. Not a bad show but not quite as good as its predecessor either. [spoiler]I thought the plot in a few areas was forced, but I did think the twist where Dragomir Czilinku actually went through a gender change which is why he (she) disappeared.[/spoiler]
After watching the first few episodes of BAPTISTE, I was no doubt enjoying the opportunity to spend more time with the best French missing persons Detective in television history, Julien Baptiste, (even if he has since retired formally from his highly celebrated career AND is starting to accept the reality of entering the latter years of his life AND is nearly died not more than a year or two ago from a brain tumor that was, luckily, successfully removed in an operation). However, I wasn’t quite certain what the show’s creators, (Jack & Harry Williams – who also wrote/created “THE MISSING”), were aiming to explore thematically in this spin-off series. I didn’t care though, because like I said, it was good enough just to see our relentless missing persons investigator be consulted by local authorities about a case in Amsterdam while visiting his daughter’s family. Now that I’ve seen 5 of the 6 episodes in this first season of BAPTISTE, several interesting themes have surfaced & looking back at the previous episodes, it’s difficult not to appreciate how cleverly the show’s writers were able to direct most of our attention at certain parts of the story in order to let the sneaky twists & turns – the kind that made both seasons of THE MISSING so addictive – hit quite hard when things do eventually unravel. BAPTISTE‘s first season marks show-creators/writers, Jack & Harry Williams third successful production out of three tries, (both seasons of THE MISSING and this season of BAPTISTE). With a bit of luck for us viewers at home, BBC ONE will do right by such a wonderful cast & crew by ordering/renewing another season of BAPTISTE. There is too much talent behind and in front of the camera here; it’d be a shame not to keep this production going as long as everyone involved is willing to return.
It is worth the watch. I wouldn't lie to you :)
Not liking season 2 so far. I hate the convoluted use of flashbacks. It's a pet peeve of mine. It's just ruining season 2.
A slow, convoluted web. International cast. The breakout star of THE BBC drama THE MISSING here gets his own spinoff series as a BBC One, PBS, Masterpiece Presentation. I was surprised by the resolution and that seldom happens. It looks like this might be a reoccurring series around the titular character. I give this series a 7 (good) out of 10. [Dramatic Crime Thriller]
Season 2 not worth your time. Convoluted & lazy political themes with overly forced agenda. OTT Actions scenes. Totally different programme to season 1 and The Missing.
As the previous series Baptist is a great slow buner binge, great acting and story line. the episodes jump from past to future in a heart beat so stay focus. It is a well worth serie to binge in, very raw and dramatic. You will enjoy it as long as you watch it till the end.
As a spin-off of "The missing" (Starz, 2014-2016) the S1 offered an interesting character in an irregular thriller. S2 is nonsense, trying to introduce Baptiste (Tchéky Karyo) into implausible action scenes, and despite the presence of Fiona Shaw and some reflection on the rise of the far-right ideologies in Europe, it remains a mediocre police story.
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Lately, I’ve been re-watching a lot of tv shows I used to watch growing up. Even though it makes perfect sense, I was really surprised how different was my point of view now, than it was ten or fifteen years ago. Suddenly, my favorite characters aren’t the favorites anymore. Besides, I’ve forgotten tons of what was happening, that’s why I had so much fun re-watching everything. I highly suggest you do the same thing!
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