Subtitle: Arabic, English
Stars: Glenn Close,Rose Byrne
Following her decisive victory over Frobisher and her decimation of UNR, Patty Hewes has been appointed by the government to recover $billions in stolen assets from the largest investment fraud in U.S. history; a fraud perpetrated by the esteemed financier Louis Tobin.
An ambitious young lawyer joins a high-profile litigator to expose a billionaire's stock market manipulation and ends up as a suspect in a gruesome murder.
After Katie is prepped to testify in the case against Frobisher, Patty suspects she's withholding key information that could undermine her credibility on the witness stand.
As a bomb threat puts Patty and her family on edge, Ellen's loyalty to the firm is tested when she must choose between delivering a brief to an important judge and attending her own engagement party.
Though sure that she's ready to help nail Frobisher, Katie sees that she's been used after the accuracy of her deposition is called into question.
As Tom faces a decision between a lucrative partnership at a big firm and taking over the Frobisher lawsuit, Ellen and David's long hours at work jeopardise their relationship.
With the case pushing Ellen and David's relationship to a breaking point, Gregory Malina comes under increasing pressure to testify.
As Fiske works to keep Gregory Malina from being deposed, Patty sows seeds of doubt between Tom and Ellen while working to get her son to come home from a reform academy.
As Patty tries to contain the damage caused by Gregory Malina's sudden disappearance and an insider who's leaking privileged information to Frobisher, Ellen's attentions are diverted by her own father's pending legal troubles.
As the Executive looks to force a settlement by providing Patty's team some critical information, Gregory Malina emerges from hiding to apologise to Katie and testify against Frobisher.
As the deposition is getting underway, Patty suspects someone on her staff has been leaking confidential information to Frobisher's legal team.
Though she refuses Patty's offer to come back to work, Ellen does agree to return to press Moore for more information that could help nail Frobisher.
Ray Fiske's suicide prompts Frobisher to unleash everything he has in order to gain control of evidence that could undermine him in court.
As Ellen uses the Malina videotape to fight the charges that she killed her fiancé, Patty engineers a confrontation with Frobisher that brings the lawsuit to a dramatic conclusion.
As Ellen Parsons struggles to deal with her fiancé's murder, an old acquaintance reappears to seek Patty Hewes' help in protecting him from an employer's deadly revenge.
With Patty going after those who killed Daniel Purcell's wife, Ellen works with the FBI to lure Tom into making an illegal payment to a plaintiff in order to ultimately bring down their boss.
Patty's efforts to defend Daniel Purcell uncover their complicated history together and force an energy industry giant to take drastic measures to keep its malfeasance from being exposed.
As the arrest of a suspect clears Daniel Purcell in the murder of his wife, Tom and Ellen uncover evidence that could support Patty's lawsuit against UNR.
As Patty refuses to back off her efforts to punish UNR for dumping toxic waste, Ellen looks to keep the government's case against her boss from being derailed.
After using a television news interview to accuse CEO Walter Kendrick of murder, Patty tracks down an unlikely shareholder to be the plaintiff in a lawsuit against URN.
As Frobisher prepares for his role as the plaintiff in the URN lawsuit, Ellen's FBI handlers focus on Uncle Pete in order to get the information they need to nail Patty.
In the wake of Uncle Pete's suicide attempt, Patty continues to forge ahead with the URN lawsuit, even as her lead plaintiff, Arthur Frobisher, is being pressured to drop out.
Though Patty suspects a government conspiracy aimed at undermining her lawsuit against URN, her efforts to prove it fail to uncover any evidence.
As Patty refuses an offer to drop the lawsuit, Maddox begins to suspect Kendrick of an illegal market manipulation scheme that could place the company in jeopardy.
In the wake of Agent Harrison's death, Ellen hires her own investigator to connect Patty and Frobisher to David's murder, and Claire Maddox looks to undermine Kendrick's leadership at URN.
As Daniel Purcell struggles to conceal his involvement in his wife's murder, Ellen and the FBI set out to catch Patty bribing a judge in the URN lawsuit.
As she looks to finally have Patty jailed, Ellen's plan unravels amid a series of complex double-crosses.
As Patty pursues a lawsuit against an investor responsible for a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme, Ellen starts her life over prosecuting drug crimes in the Manhattan D.A.'s office.
As Joe Tobin learns of a fortune stashed away as a result of his father's Ponzi scheme, Patty and Tom pursue justice on behalf of the fraud's angry investors, while Ellen is drawn into the D.A.'s criminal investigation.
As Joe Tobin and his lawyer try to hide an incriminating witness, Patty seeks leverage with the D.A.'s investigation as Tom tells his in-laws that their investments in the Tobin Ponzi scheme have bankrupted them.
As Patty pressures him to reveal the location of the money he stashed following his multibillion-dollar fraud, Louis Tobin looks to keep his son Joe's drinking from jeopardising the family once he has been sent to prison.
As details about Louis Tobin's affair emerge, Ellen is surprised by a reporter she worked with on the UNR case; Joe Tobin finds the one person who knows where his father stashed his ill-gotten gains.
As Patty and Tom work to help the investors bankrupted by the late Louis Tobin, Joe Tobin follows a circuitous series of clues to gain access to the money his father stashed away.
As the search for Tobin's ill-gotten gains leads Tom and Patty to Antigua, Ellen's criminal investigation sheds new light on the deaths of the convicted financier and his long-time girlfriend.
After coming up empty-handed in Antigua, Patty and Tom turn their attention to the missing Carol Tobin in their search for her late father's money.
As Patty and Tom zero in on Carol Tobin in their search for her father's hidden fortune, Ellen becomes a reluctant participant in an effort to help her jailed sister, Carrie.
As Patty and Tom face their removal from the Tobin case, Ellen pressures Tessa Marchetti to cooperate with the D.A.'s investigation.
As Tessa Marchetti's arrest pushes Patty into making a deal with the D.A., and Ellen uncovers the truth about her parents, worries about having his family's hidden assets exposed lead Joe Tobin to take drastic action.
As his personal involvement in the Tobin case forces him to resign, Tom looks to cut a deal that will help recoup his losses even as it exposes the shocking truth about Leonard Winstone's past.
Patty's relentless pursuit of the Tobin family's hidden fortune exposes interlocking webs of deceit that propel her and everyone in her orbit into a series of deadly confrontations.
It's two years since Patty and Ellen worked together. Ellen investigates a Middle East contractor despite warnings from her boss and from Patty. Patty, still having the reigns at Hewes & Associates takes on a drugs firm.
Ellen presents the High Star case to senior partners while Erickson and Boorman take different approaches to make it disappear. After the gas explosion, Chris's paranoia heightens as he believes he's being targeted.
Ellen discovers Chris's secret after taking his deposition. Chris and Anthony, now back in Afghanistan, start interrogating and searching for the mullah who ordered the hit and Patty rejects Erickson's settlement offer.
Ellen meets the son of Chris' Afghan contact. Erickson decides to torture Chris for info about the possibility of an intelligence breach whilst Patty discovers that High Star extracts terror suspects for the CIA.
Ellen and Patty move Nasim to a safer place as they gather evidence against High Star. Boorman frames Nasim for an attempted bombing to prevent his deposition whilst Erickson struggles to maintain his CIA contact.
Patty and Ellen scramble to gain access to Nasim, while Boorman scrambles to keep that from happening. Ellen enlists a reporter to find Chris in Afghanistan and Michael surfaces in New York, looking for Catherine.
Patty uses her drug-company case to gain information on High Star and Ellen's journalist tries to embed with High Star mercenaries in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Michael seeks to reunite with his daughter Catherine.
Reporter Dean Gullickson heads to Afghanistan. Erickson orders his staff there to deal with Sanchez once and for all and also confronts Boorman. Meanwhile, the judge in the High Star case allows Ellen to depose Erickson.
Boorman tries to align himself with Patty. Meanwhile, Chris' life remains in jeopardy and the case becomes personal for Erickson.
Ellen is furious when Patty violates their agreement about the High Star case. Tempers come to a head between Erickson and Boorman while Chris' life hangs in the balance.
Already on opposite sides of Michael Hewes' custody suit against his mother, Patty and Ellen prepare to face off in court after a cyber-hacker's revelations about insider trading push an informant over the edge.
As they square off in a wrongful death lawsuit, Ellen worries her mentor's close relationship with the judge will give Patty an unfair advantage. Meanwhile, Ellen is reminded of how manipulative Patty can be.
Patty looks to prove that Rachel Walling's late mother committed suicide after meeting with Channing McClaren, and as Ellen struggles to defend McClaren, she's surprised to learn of her mother's problems at home.
Ellen and Patty face off in a bidding war after a mysterious hacker offers them information pertaining to the McClaren wrongful death lawsuit. Meanwhile, family drama dogs Ellen after her mother leaves her husband.
As Patty and Ellen look to exploit the documents offered by a hacker, Patty pressures a government investigator to provide confidential information to help her case. Meanwhile, McClaren's past returns to haunt him.
A witness threatens to call into question McClaren's account of the night Naomi Walling committed suicide. Meanwhile, Ellen's assistant approaches Patty with an unwelcome development in a case they argued years ago.
As McClaren learns a murdered computer hacker was paid for information about the late Naomi, Patty and Ellen interview a witness whom they hope can shed some light on insider trading practices at Princefield Investments.
As Patty threatens to expose the insider trading by McClaren’s leading financier, Chris Sanchez uses McClarenTruth to release information charging the Army with redeploying mentally ill soldiers.
As they prepare to face off in court, Ellen seeks protection from the hit man she believes Patty sent to kill her. Moreover, the case against McClaren threatens to destroy both McClarenTruth and Princefield Investments.
While looking to use Michael Hewes' custody hearing to bring down Patty, Ellen is double-crossed by a key witness in the McClaren trial. Meanwhile, Chris tries to protect the source that exposed the military.