The team hunt a merciless serial hugger whom Lloyd's testimony helped convict. Meanwhile, Charlie gets offered a promotion, putting the fate of the program in jeopardy.
A group of convicts use a subterranean tunnel to get to a home near the prison, and one of them is an undercover agent whose allegiance may be compromised.
Travis Muncey, actor and stool pigeon, escapes from prison. The Breakout Kings quickly find and snatch him back, only to discover that Travis is the key to capturing an even bigger fish. Things get serious when one of the team is kidnapped, and no holds are barred to make the team whole again.
Following a very clever breakout from the motor pool, the escapee takes off on a killing spree with reckless abandon until Lloyd realizes that, driven by his own fatal diagnosis, he is checking off a killing bucket list. He thinks of himself as an avenging angel, and it's up to the team to stop him and put an end to the violence.
The Breakout Kings are back on the job, charged with answering the perplexing question: Why does a convict escape from prison without ever leaving the prison? To commit the perfect crime. How does he do it? That's up to the team to find out.
A female prison volunteer is attacked by a rough female inmate. On the way to the court hearing that is a result of that attack, the inmate takes ill at a very precise time. The transport is forced to turn into a rest stop, where the inmate escapes. When the inmate shows up at the home of the volunteer and stabs her husband it appears tragic, until it's learned the volunteer and inmate had been working together. The Breakout Kings are in hot pursuit of this "Thelma and Louise-like" duo as they make a run for it.
A convict on cleanup duty is harassed day after day by one of the guards-until the day he can't take it anymore. The convict kills the guard and escapes to go find the love of his life. He loves her so much in fact, that he killed her abusive stepfather. That's how he ended up in prison. The girl, our Juliet, has led Romeo to believe that she is waiting for him and loves him eternally. However, believing him to be serving a lifelong prison sentence, she has moved on and has loved him in name only, so to speak. Enraged, Romeo kidnaps Juliet. It's up the Breakout Kings to save them both.
Ex-Navy SEAL Jonah Whitman makes a gruesome escape from prison. His mental health is in question and he's considered to be armed and extremely dangerous. Rather than run, though, Jonah proceeds to exact revenge from his former employers at ALASTOR, a government contractor that sets conspiracy theorists buzzing. The Breakout Kings track Jonah and attempt to bring him in, while uncovering the truth behind his paranoia.
Max Doyle was an orphan raised in the circus with an ax to grind. All his life Max has felt a lack of belonging, a feeling that was only partially assuaged by turning himself into a premiere escape artist. It's that talent that the Breakout Kings are up against as they track Max. Meanwhile, not all of the Kings are on the case, at least one stays back to follow a clue left by their nemesis Damien Fontleroy - with disastrous consequences.
The conflict between Damian Fontleroy and the Breakout Kings comes to a head when Damian abducts Ray's daughter.