Shocking six-part mystery The Disappearance comes to BT TV on Universal Channel

Universal Channel has revealed three thrilling new drama series coming this spring.

BT TV customers can look forward to three fantastic and thrilling US dramas this spring, which are all airing on the Universal Channel - BT TV channel 320/385 HD.

The channel has the exclusive premiere rights for the medical series The Resident, the missing-person procedural Gone and a shocking six-part mystery series The Disappearance.

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"Universal is set to grip viewers over the coming months with a stellar line-up of UK premieres that are sure to be a huge talking point," said Lee Raftery, MD UK & Emerging Markets and Chief Marketing & Content Officer NBCUniversal.

"The exclusive acquisitions of The Resident, Gone and The Disappearance, are exciting additions to our upcoming schedule, reinforcing our commitment to providing viewers with high-quality drama that featues compelling characters."

What is The Resident?

The Resident

The Resident follows an idealistic young doctor, Devon Praves (Manish Dayal, 90210), during his last few years of training. Under the supervision of a tough and brilliant senior resident, Conrad Hawkins (Matt Czuchry, The Good Wife), he soon discovers his chosen profession is not what he imagined and that ethical lines are often blurred

Ripping back the curtain to reveal the truth of what really happens in modern medicine, this powerful series also stars Emily VanCamp (Revenge), Moran Atias (24: Legacy), Merrin Dungey (Big Little Lies), Shaunette Renée Wilson (Billions), Melina Kanakaredes (CSI: NY) and Bruce Greenwood (The People v. O.J. Simpson).

The Resident

The Resident premieres in April.

What is Gone?


Gone tells the story of Kit “Kick” Lanigan (Leven Rambin, The Hunger Games), the survivor of a famous child-abduction case, and Frank Novak (Chris Noth, The Good Wife), the FBI agent who rescued her.

Determined never to fall victim again, as an adult Kick has trained herself in martial arts and the use of firearms. She finds her calling when Novak persuades her to join a special task force dedicated to solving abductions and missing persons’ cases. Paired with former Army intelligence officer John Bishop (Danny Pino, Law & Order: SVU), along with other team members, Agent Kennedy (Tracie Thoms, Cold Case) and James Finley (Andy Mientus, Smash), the team work to solve cases and bring victims home.

Gone premieres on March 19th at 9pm.

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What is The Disappearance?

The Disappearance is a tense drama centered around the Sullivan family and the unexplained, sudden disappearance of their son, Anthony Sullivan, during a scavenger hunt on the day of his tenth birthday.

The series - Canada’s #1 new Canadian drama this past autumn - follows the family as the complex and emotionally fraught mystery of their child’s disappearance unfolds. While both the police and family conduct their own investigations, long-buried family secrets rise to the surface leaving an unforeseen impact on every member of the Sullivan family. Peter Coyote (E.T.) stars alongside Aden Young (Rectfy), Camille Sullivan (The Man In The High Castle), Joanne Kelly (Warehouse 13), Micheline Lanctôt (Unité 9), Kevin Parent (Café de Flore) and newcomer Michael Riendeau.

The Disappearance premieres on February 27th at 9pm.

Watch Universal Channel on BT TV channel 320/385 HD. Catch up on episodes you miss on the BT Player.

Universal Channel is one of 60 premium channels available on BT TV along with other channels such as E!, National Geographic and many more.

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