The Disappearance: Miniseries (2017)


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The Disappearance

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Episodes

Air date: Oct 1, 2017

Tensions rise between Luke and Henry when Anthony gets in trouble at school; Luke and Helen panic when Anthony vanishes.

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Air date: Oct 8, 2017

After two years, witnesses come forward claiming to have seen Anthony; Henry is still obsessed by the Paulownia Tomentosa leaf; Susan and Charles make a discovery in the park.

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Air date: Oct 15, 2017

Luke and Helen search for suspects connected to Henry's former work; Helen is desperate for information about her son; Henry continues his own investigation on the side; Catherine finds a source of comfort.

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Air date: Oct 22, 2017

Susan and Charles focus on one suspect; stuck in the hospital, Henry seeks advice from Catherine's patient; a new discovery in the investigation.

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Air date: Oct 29, 2017

Henry asks Fred for help; Luke and Helen still believe their son's disappearance is related to Henry's past; Catherine is troubled by Fred's death; Susan makes an important discovery.

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Air date: Nov 5, 2017

The police and the Sullivans race to find Anthony.

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Cast & Crew

Aden Young
Luke Sullivan

Actor
Peter Coyote
Henry Sullivan

Actor
Camille Sullivan
Helen Murphy-Sullivan

Actor
Joanne Kelly
Catherine Sullivan

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Micheline Lanctôt
Susan Bowden

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Kevin Parent
Charles Cooper

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Michael Riendeau
Anthony Sullivan

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Neil Napier
Fred Cameron

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Charlotte Sullivan
Andrea Smith

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Joanne Forgues
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Normand Daneau
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Jo Ann Alfano
Executive Producer
Jean-Marc Casanova
Executive Producer
Kristen Del Pero
Executive Producer
Sophie Parizeau
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  • Aug 02, 2018
    Unadventurous but enjoyable When Anthony Sullivan (Michael Riendeau) disappears on his tenth birthday, his family is devastated. However, as more and more time passes without the police being able to locate him, long-buried family secrets are dragged to the surface, turning the Sullivan family against one another. A journeyman show, The Disappearance is very much paint-by-numbers stuff, with nothing you haven't before seen in half-a-dozen similar narratives, with writers Normand Daneau and Genevieve Simard taking no real risks. Having said that, however, it's a well-made piece of television. Confidently directed by Peter Stebbings, the material may offer nothing revelatory, but what it does offer is enjoyable enough on its own terms. An excellent Peter Coyote dominates the show as Anthony's grandfather, Henry, a retired judge with a strained relationship (to say the least) with his son, Luke (Aden Young), Anthony's father. As the veneer of civility slowly erodes, the fissures running beneath the family dynamic begin to erupt, with blame and recrimination becoming the central tenets of familial interaction. You may guess half-way through who the kidnapper is, and yes, they're one of those Hollywood kidnappers who leave cryptic clues everywhere, but this remains a well-made, if unadventurous, show.

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