Finding love is hard. Finding yourself is even harder. Especially when your family, friends and everyone in town has an opinion. Mohawk Girls is a comedic look at the lives of four modern-day women trying to stay true to their roots while they navigate sex, work, sex, love, sex and the occasional throw down.
Zoe seeks out a way to win back the community’s approval after missing Hawi’s fundraiser. Still tentative about her engagement, Bailey wonders if people are really capable of change. A newly single Anna questions what’s left for her on the rez. Caitlin considers whether being Non-Mohawk is really a dating deal-breaker.
Plagued with self-doubt, Caitlin fears her new relationship is too good to be true. Bailey is thrilled to plan her dream wedding only to realize that Watio has dreams of his own. Anna struggles to fit in with the cool gang until she makes an unexpected new friend. Zoe’s new campaign platform is met with mixed reviews.
Bailey wants a career she can feel passionate about. Caitlin lets her insecurities get the best of her and her relationship. Anna tries to date Mohawk style by pursuing guys the “white” way. Pleased her efforts are finally paying off, Zoe is back in control of her life, or so she thinks.
Mounting pressure sends Zoe in a downward spiral as she tries to please everyone. Caitlin grapples with backlash from the community for dating Leon. Anna is determined to finish what she started with Midas, no matter what his nickname is. Bailey refuses to let Watio dictate who she can be friends with.
Bailey fights with Watio ahead of their engagement party. Anna, desperate to impress, gets caught up protesting a cause that hits a little too close to home. Zoe relinquishes control as she tries to make up for her recent missteps. Reality sets in once Caitlin realizes Leon will never be welcome on the rez.