Michael finally puts the pieces together as Annemie goes to confront the kidnapper. She learns that the motive behind the blackout is tied to her past political decisions, but her only concern is saving her daughter. Is she too late?
Annemie receives another call from the kidnapper who accuses her of lying. Michael gets a significant lead on Elke’s location and the identity of her kidnapper is revealed, but someone very close to Annemie could also be involved.
As Annemie tries to figure out how the kidnapper knew about the investigation, she gets a demand from him to “tell the truth.” What would happen if she came clean about the blackout? And is the kidnapper someone from their inner circle?
After Annemie makes her first public appearance to address the blackout and the future of energy in Belgium, she and Michael get caught in a gunfight with the Kurdish resistance fighters, and she gets a warning from Elke’s kidnapper.
The intention for the stolen mox is revealed, but one of the key players is dead. Annemie goes on the offensive against Erwin but is met with another obstacle. There is a major change in Belgium’s blackout status, but Elke’s status remains unknown.
Lana tries to find Rico and learns of a new connection to the nuclear plant. Charlotte confesses to Annemie that Erwin might be constructing a new power plant. When a body is found at the perpetrator's hideout, Annemie prepares for the worst.
Annemie has decided to do something about the blackout but when she gets stonewalled, she suspects political sabotage. Meanwhile, Nathalie starts to suspect that Michael is hiding something about Elke. Is Charlotte hiding something too?
Michael’s investigation reveals several players: Green-Right activists, the nuclear plant’s VP, and a group of potential terrorists. Herman asks Erwin to help keep the power out to protect Elke while Annemie meets their daughter’s secret girlfriend.
Investigator Michael uncovers who was behind the power outage, while his colleague learns of Elke’s relationship with the daughter of Annemie’s political rival. Seeing her country paralyzed and in chaos pressures Annemie into making a tough decision.
Belgian Prime Minister Annemie receives a cryptic message, “If the lights go back on, your daughter dies,” right as the country’s power goes out. In order to investigate the kidnapping, she’ll have to keep 11 million people in the dark.
Elias and Tommy had no other choice but to hide inside Rolf’s house, which is being surrounded by the police. They try to keep their cool, but lies and unexpected disoveries drive things to boiling point.
The police secretly penetrate the bank in an effort to free the hostages. As it turns out, the robbers have already gone, taking some hostages with them. Vos and her colleagues try to keep in contact with the hostage takers.
The robbers press the hostages to get as much money as possible to a safe place, but not every hostage is willing to help. When the police take drastic action, it looks like things might get out of hand.
A shooting incident threatens to escalate the situation. Ivo wants to know what exactly is going on inside the bank. Ibrahim has a hard time negotiating and Vos cannot stop thinking about her sick father.
A bank robbery shocks a small Flemish town. The hostage takers barricade themselves inside a bank, where they keep a number of people hostage. The police arrive on the premises and try to contain the situation.
Chaos rules in darkness. When the prime minister’s daughter is kidnapped as a nationwide blackout engulfs Belgium, she must make the impossible decision between family and country and grapple with the consequences of her political decisions.
A bank heist told from two perspectives: the officers and negotiators outside and the robbers and hostages inside. Each episode reveals mind-blowing twists that will keep viewers guessing until the end. Originally aired in Belgium as De Dag.