Following the events of season one, Miles Daly is in a dark place, working on a new project while anxiously awaiting the first cut of The Admiral’s Mistress. Rick Moreweather, leading a double life, comforts Amara when business goes south.
Miles holes up in editing with Rick and Louis while Yago pulls a risky job to raise cash for Amara. Louis has a crazy proposition for Gladys.
Miles finds himself off the grid at a strange motel. Meanwhile, Rick and Amara attend the premiere for “The Admiral’s Mistress” while Louis, Ed, and Yago keep an eye on the movie’s star actor.
Miles looks for funding to make his next movie “Wylderness,” and takes a firm stance on spending time with his daughter, much to Katie’s chagrin. Louis and Gladys plan their first official date.
After a bombshell revelation about Rick, Miles and Louis visit an abandoned water treatment facility to figure out their next move. Back at the FBI, Agent Dillard looks into a hunch.
Miles, facing a rift with Louis, moves forward on “Wylderness” with April’s help. Rick deals with PTSD while Yago gets a promotion.
Escalating tension between Amara’s crew and a rival gang could spell trouble for Miles’s movie. On the home front, Miles fights Katie for custody of Emma while nurturing a new romance.
A new development from the FBI throws Miles into survival mode. Rick asks Amara to commit to him, and Louis helps Gladys with her career.
Miles navigates the fallout of the FBI raid while Louis fights to keep his relationship with Gladys afloat. April takes control at work while Rick faces a difficult decision.
Miles Daly, muscle for a Nevada crime ring and desperate to win back his wife and daughter, travels to Los Angeles to collect on a debt from an aspiring screenwriter – whose script inspires Miles to give Hollywood a shot.
Miles returns to Los Angeles in an attempt to pitch the script for THE ADMIRAL'S MISTRESS to Rick Moreweather, a film producer; Amara takes an interest in investing in the film, triggering anxiety in Louis and anger in Yago.
Rick slowly begins to discover the unconventional ways Miles and Louis handle their business. Miles notices a growing distance between him and his family, and attempts to bring them to Los Angeles for the summer.
As Miles' Hollywood producer facade becomes more legitimate, those associated with him become more disgruntled. Louis feels left out, April feels duped and Rick feels uneasy as he confronts his past artistic endeavors and the business deal with Amara.
Rick struggles with the casting process as Amara considers future film investment opportunities. Katie and Emma visit Miles in Los Angeles.
An unexpected visitor on the studio lot changes Miles’s plans with his visiting family, and the wider production team is tasked with entertaining the guest.
Budget problems threaten production of The Admiral's Mistress as on-set relationships take a surprising turn.
Miles struggles to keep production challenges at bay before a studio executive’s visit. Rick and Louis navigate their own relationships and the issues they pose to the film.
When an unforeseen event halts production, Miles and Louis rush to Los Angeles to attempt to save their film while Rick flees to the mountains for protection.