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The second season deals with new events, as she returns to the house to find his daughter had the same illness as her mother at some point, but his attempts to reconnect with his family cause a bad path. Fiona comes to her interrogation regarding the discovery of her husband's corpse, as it appears that there is a flashback to the events of the previous weeks that are related to each other. Over time, Des Brian continues to question Fiona in order to find answers.
The new series is a handsome and hook-rich thriller that seems carefully engineered to deliver a decent supply of twists, shocks and cliffhangers. But it bears only a passing resemblance to the original.
The story flicks back and forth in time, sometimes giving the impression that we're trying to complete a double-sided jigsaw in our heads. But every piece fits, and each flip of the picture reveals something new.