Topic is the boundary-pushing streaming service from First Look Entertainment for thrillers, mysteries, dramas and documentaries from around the world, serving viewers who crave entertainment beyond the mainstream. Whether it’s a Nordic-noir crime thriller (The Killing), an Italian supernatural political drama (The Miracle), or a mind-blowing paranormal mystery from Russia (Dead Mountain), Topic expands your view of the world.
A mysterious crime and coverup connects Agâh, an ordinary man in poor health, to Nevra, a female homicide detective, forcing them both to dig deep into their pasts. Each embarks on their own path to justice.
A serious diagnosis is a blessing in disguise for Agâh, a retired court clerk with a vendetta against a judge who ruled over a decades-old crime. Agâh’s chance encounter with an elegant woman ignites a spree of guilt-less revenge crimes.
Agâh suspects his condition is worsening and uses it to advance through his hit list despite his daughter’s return from Australia. Meanwhile, a desperate journalist trades information on the murder case for an interview with homicide Detective Nevra.
Nevra investigates leads while a second body is found with a note addressed to her that drastically impacts the case, tipping her further from the truth. Agâh tries to escape the hospital to hide evidence and continue his plot for revenge.
Agâh explores his life-long struggle with telling the truth. Ates antagonizes the killer in his interview while Nevra investigates new evidence linking the courthouse fire to the murders. A close encounter with police could derail Agâh’s plan.
Nevra is accused of corruption and fights to remain on the case despite evidence linking her to the murders. Nevra finds that local police records reveal a very different story about the burned home in Kombura.
Bodies—and clues—pile up as the residents of Kombura demand answers. In Instanbul, a suspect is apprehended in a murder, bringing victory for Firuz over Nevra. Agâh goes to great lengths to conceal his diagnosis from his daughter.
The “Dog Killer'' becomes iconic and a nursing home patient threatens Agâh’s anonymity. Nevra learns the truth behind the Kombura fire cover-up but is left questioning who town officials are protecting in the case—and why.
A key person on Agâh’s hit list is spared after Agah learns that letting them live incurs more suffering than the relief of death. Nevra searches for a rape victim while Tolga and Firuz’s secrets are revealed.
Deva receives a gift from the Dog Killer. The relationship between Tolga and Firuz is strained. Nevra begins to doubt her victim, rattling a childhood memory that might break the case wide open. Agâh suffers an unbearable heartbreak.
Nevra discovers the source of the notes left on the victim’s bodies while Ates receives a threat to discontinue his investigation efforts. Agâh’s forgetfulness causes him to make more mistakes as Firuz hones in on him as the main suspect.
In the season finale, everyone grows desperate as foggy memories become clear. Agâh’s running out of options and his daughter’s life is threatened. Nevra’s out of moves against a corrupted system in her search for justice.