Diggstown
Season 2

s02e01 / Vince Hu

5th Mar '20 - 1:00am
Vince Hu

Marcie invokes the anger of her community when she takes on the case of a dismissed police officer who kills a local woman during a high-speed chase through the streets of North Preston. Pam fights for a single mother charged with prostitution and fraud - but when the prosecution digs deeper into her client's affairs, things take an unexpected turn.

159 have watched this episode

s02e02 / Cheryl Battiste

12th Mar '20 - 12:00am
Cheryl Battiste

Marcie's patience is tested when an Indigenous girl accused of hug refuses a deal that will afford her a more lenient sentence. Iris butts heads with Reggie when he fails to notice a client being blatantly racist, and Pam has an unexpected scare.

141 have watched this episode

s02e03 / Willy MacIsaac Redux

19th Mar '20 - 12:00am
Willy MacIsaac Redux

Marcie's previous client Willie MacIsaac is charged with the hug of his ex-wife Gloria. Doug fights for a nurse accused of stealing from his elderly patient in a coma. Reggie is bamboozled into teaching a law class.

127 have watched this episode

s02e04 / Tanya Ianova

26th Mar '20 - 12:00am
Tanya Ianova

Marcie defends trans woman, Tanya Ianova, when she is charged in a seafood stealing scheme masterminded by her boss/lover, Lonnie Thibedeau; only to learn her efforts to clear Tanya's name may lead to her deportation.

128 have watched this episode

s02e05 / Vi Bayley

2nd Apr '20 - 12:00am
Vi Bayley

Marcie defends a hair salon owner who is charged in connection with the assault of a gang member. Colleen and Iris represent a couple with marital issues. A relationship with a former client puts Doug and Pam in the crosshairs of a misconduct complaint.

39 have watched this episode

s02e06 / Dani Ewing

9th Apr '20 - 12:00am
Dani Ewing

Marcie defends a woman charged with arson and hate crimes. Reggie mediates between Velma and Austin when they end up on opposite sides of a dispute. An altercation with a client's abusive boyfriend triggers Iris, threatening her future as a social worker.

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