Mike works with his parole officer to get back on his feet after being released from prison. Just as hope sets in, he finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time.
In the aftermath of the explosion, the LAPD Counter-Terrorist Bureau and an investigative journalist, Pritti, start the search for a suspect.
Pritti goes undercover to get info on Mike's involvement. Clay and the team at the LAPD use their own strategies to further the investigation.
Officially a suspect on the run, Mike takes matters into his own hands, which only further convinces the LAPD of his guilt.
Mike escapes the subway with Clay's gun, making him an armed suspect. Meanwhile, Pritti gets a big break at work thanks to her risky reporting methods.
The LAPD search Mike's house. As Allison tries to prove her and Mike's innocence, Pearl gets a call from a witness who claims they want to help.
Clay sticks strongly to his initial instinct as his team starts to doubt Mike's guilt. Meanwhile, Mike finds himself yet again in the wrong place at the wrong time.
After yet another bombing, Pritti and the LAPD decide to join forces. But Mike has insider info to find the real bomber on his own.
Under the radar and desperate for answers, Mike searches for Dale's real identity. Meanwhile, the LAPD follows their lead on the burner phone.
Mike closes in on the real bomber while Clay and his team encounter trouble tracking the burner. Pritti makes a questionable decision in her eagerness to follow the story.
Mike turns to an old prison connection for help tracking the real bomber. But when things get threatening, he finds himself in more trouble.
The LAPD search Colin Murphy's house and make a critical discovery. Meanwhile, Mike looks to Kevin's wife Ronnie for help making his case against Murphy.
With Murphy now the new fugitive, both the LAPD and Mike work separately to find the target of the third bomb.
The chase for the fugitive comes to a head when Colin threatens Mike's family. But neither Mike or the LAPD are ready to give up the fight.