Picking up right where the finale left off, Lucy is unconscious after a brutal attack by Julia Mallory, who blames DirtNow for the destruction of her career. Don has a hard time after finding Lucy and his schizophrenia begins taking a toll. Holt's fame is rising as Willa begins to rise at DirtNow.
Lucy is determined to uncover the story when a celebutante is released from jail after a drunk driving charge. Also, Lucy wants the inside scoop when she discovers the detailed life of the dysfunctional family of a TV sitcom dad lands on the internet, and is being planned as a reality series.
Lucy goes after music mogul Tweety McDaniel, after seeing a debilitated Prince Tyreese at a fund raiser. Also, Don discovers some dirt on a former actress who is now a politician, and Brent attempts to outdo Lucy at Dirt Now.
The dynamic duo of Willa and Farber score again as they uncover the dirty secrets behind a hit television series. Meanwhile, one of Holt's relatives appears and gives negative press about him, and Lucy decides to get back to a relationship with a powerful studio executive.
Lucy and Holt make serious decisions about their love affair. Meanwhile, Don's friendship with a pop icon reaches new levels, and Willa and Farber explore the love lives of top celebrities and reveal some very juicy secrets about them.
Although Lucy and her staff are there to attend an awards show, the best show is what's happening backstage. Meanwhile, Brent will do anything to make an impression to his new boss, and Lucy juggles men.
In the second season finale, an overweight sitcom actor goes out of his way to avoid being DirtNow's latest cover story. Meanwhile, Willa and Farber find their relationship tested by a former child star, and Lucy is forced to examine her romances due to recent circumstances.