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Khafaji starts to investigate the disappearance of his eldest daughter, Sawsan. Making little progress on the streets of Baghdad he comes into contact with ex-Met police officer Frank Temple who makes him an offer he can't refuse. Elsewhere, Military Police Captain John Parodi leads an investigation into the disappearance of a US citizen.

Baghdad Central is a Drama series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on . It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.2.

Baghdad Central is available for streaming on the Channel 4 website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Baghdad Central on demand at Hulu online.

Channel 4
1 Season, 6 Episodes
Drama
7.2/10
Cast: Waleed Zuaiter, Corey Stoll, Bertie Carvel, Leem Lubany
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Baghdad Central Full Episode Guide

  • Khafaji is tasked by Parodi to find Zubeida, but knowing that Sawsan will be going after Temple, Khafaji defies him. He tracks Temple to the Sports Bar, but his blood runs cold when he learns that Temple has taken Sawsan hostage.

  • Khafaji is released by Parodi to search for the third girl, Sawsan. Back at his apartment, Zubeida is waiting to take him to Sawsan but first they must fight their way-out past Ibrahim and his neighbourhood gang.

  • Parodi and his men raid Candy/Sanaa's home searching for insurgents, but all they find are frightened women mourning Sanaa, among them Sawsan, veiled and disguised.

  • Khafaji seeks out Zubeida at home demanding to know the truth about Zahra. They are interrupted when Temple pitches up, also wanting answers: is he dealing with some kind of terror cell?

  • While Mrouj is in the American Military Hospital awaiting dialysis, Khafaji is called to his first crime scene. The dead body of an unidentified Iraqi has been discovered in a Coalition Authority safe house in the Red Zone.

  • Baghdad 2003; Saddam Hussein has been thrown out of power and US-led Coalition forces now occupy Iraq. When ex-Iraqi Police Inspector Muhsin Al-Khafaji's eldest daughter, Sawsan, goes missing he makes it his sole aim to bring her home.