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In a global cataclysm, "The Sudden Departure," 140 million people disappeared without a trace. Three years later, residents of Mapleton, N.Y., try to maintain equilibrium when the notion of "normal" no longer applies. Intense grief has divided families and turned faith to cynicism, paranoia and madness, leading some of the traumatized to join the Guilty Remnant, a cultlike group. Kevin Garvey, a beleaguered police chief, must keep peace between townspeople and the cult, a task made tougher with concern about his kids. His daughter alternates between apathy and rebellion, and his wayward son befriends a charismatic prophet. "The Leftovers" is based on the best-seller by Tom Perrotta, who is one of the series' executive producers.

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The story of Kevin, Nora and others comes to an end.
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On a mission of mercy, Kevin assumes an alternate identity.
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Laurie Garvey, a former therapist, must become one again as she heads to Australia to help Nora and Kevin along their paths.
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Convinced that Kevin's destiny requires him to be in Miracle for the seventh anniversary of the Departure, Matt Jamison heads to Australia in an effort to bring Kevin home.
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Kevin and Nora travel to Australia, where she continues to track down the masterminds of an elaborate con; Kevin catches a glimpse of a face from the past and must confront the traumatic events of three years earlier.
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Emboldened by a vision, Kevin Garvey Sr. wanders the Australian outback in an effort to save the world from apocalypse.
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As a fraud investigator for the Department of Sudden Departure, Nora travels to St. Louis to investigate a possible scam that involves convincing family members of the Departed of a way to see their loved ones again.
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Three years after Miracle, Texas, was overrun by the Guilty Remnant, Kevin Garvey returns to his role as chief of police; as the seventh anniversary of the Sudden Departure approaches, many believe another apocalyptic event will happen.
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Kevin comes clean to John about his connection to Evie's disappearance; Miracle faces an unexpected threat on the fourth anniversary of the Departure.
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Meg suffers a personal loss and heads out on a pilgrimage to Miracle; after a fallout with Laurie, Tom seeks to reunite with Meg.
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Questions and answers emerge in the wake of Kevin's desperate decision to vanquish Patti; the world adjusts to the repercussions of what comes next.
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Nora gives Kevin and Jill some news; Laurie makes a rash decision; Kevin explores his options to tackle a problem.
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Nora is irritated by unexpected visitors; Kevin's predicament becomes impossible to ignore; Erika finds an unlikely ally and reveals haunting secrets.
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Rev. Matt Jamison takes his wife outside Miracle to seek answers about her condition; Matt struggles to keep Mary safe from desperate tourists outside the town's gates.
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Nora awakens in the midst of an earthquake to find Kevin missing; the Murphys are left reeling after Evie's disappearance; Kevin returns home with no memory of the night before; an old enemy returns.
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Laurie and Tom's work to rescue lost souls takes a toll on them; Laurie tries to spread the word about the dangers of the Guilty Remnant; Tom's infiltration of the cult uncovers new problems.
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Kevin, Nora and Jill try to pick up the pieces in the aftermath of the Mapleton riots; Nora makes an impulsive choice; Kevin becomes entangled in the Murphy family's problems.
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A Texas town in which no one departed becomes a magnet for tourists and people; John Murphy gets an ominous warning; Kevin, Nora and Jill arrive in Miracle; Kevin and the Murphy family experience a mysterious event.
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An unexpected ally helps Kevin; Mapleton is plunged into chaos by the Guilty Remnant's elaborate Memorial Day initiative; Holy Wayne grants a final wish; Tom copes with his new reality; Nora makes a decision.
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Kevin tries to suppress his bad habits while tracking down a deer; Laurie receives some news; Tom connects with his past; Nora has a job interview; Kevin Senior receives an honor.
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Kevin is afraid that he may be losing touch with reality; Meg loses control during an encounter with Matt; Jill confronts Aimee about her relationship with Kevin; Nora stands up to Laurie.

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