For lovers of the genre, you can see other titles available on HBO Max along with the premiere of OS AUSENTES, the first national production from Max Originals
The series OS AUSENTES, the first Brazilian series from Max Originals, has just premiered on HBO Max. The production presents the work of the “Ausentes” agency, which specializes in investigating cases of missing persons in São Paulo. Throughout the episodes, we follow different stories of families in search of answers regarding the disappearance of their loved ones. Actress Maria Flor plays Maria Júlia, a journalist who, upon fleeing Buenos Aires after the mysterious disappearance of her father, goes to work at the agency alongside Raul Fagnani (Erom Cordeiro), a former police chief who decides to open Ausentes after the disappearance of his daughter Sofia.
The plot brings emotion, police drama, mystery and criminal investigation, and is based on present issues in Brazilian reality. If you like all this, here is a list of other productions similar to OS AUSENTES available on HBO Max:
Mare of Easttown - Kate Winslet plays a detective in a small Pennsylvania town who investigates a local murder while trying to keep her life from falling apart.
True Detective – Police investigation series in the format of an anthology, each season includes a new cast, narrative and characters.
Perry Mason – Based on the books by Erle Stanley Gardner, the HBO original series follows the origins of the famed lawyer Perry Mason (Matthew Rhys), who tries to make it as a private investigator when the most shocking case of the decade knocks on his door.
The Night Of – The miniseries follows Pakistani-American student Nasir 'Naz' Khan (Riz Ahmed), who is in search of legal help after becoming involved in a murder in New York.
Sherlock Holmes – Revealing fighting skills as lethal as his legendary intellect, Holmes (Robert Downey Jr.) will fight like never before to take down a new enemy and unravel a deadly conspiracy.
Just Mercy – The film tells the true and powerful story about attorney Bryan Stevenson (Michael B. Jordan) and his fight for justice as he defends Walter McMillian (Jamie Foxx), a man sentenced to death despite evidence proving his innocence.