Notice at Starz's site
that the series was nominated for two Golden Globes, best miniseries and actress within.
Ian, the reward benefactor, made a mistake visiting Tony in jail (Saturday's 105 "Molly" episode) . There, after one of Ian's folksy but menacing tales, about his dog having to be put down, Ian was calmly told by Tony that he should be 'put down'.
This part of the series reminds me of HBO's "Citizen X"
in '95. This fact-based movie is about hunting a serial killer in Russia who murdered over 50 youths. The parallels with "The Missing," involving police incompetency and power manipulations, are striking. Also, have to wonder, with a few episodes to go, whether they're going to throw in the ending of another TV movie, "I Know My First Name Is Stephen,"
about a long-missing boy who walks into a police station one day. Or maybe, since there's a relentless detective onboard here, too, it'll end like "Without a Trace,"
which also has a husband driven away and accusatory police -- John