In the Season 1 finale, Darwyn discovers that Farik's explosion is simply a decoy and leaves a clue pointing the FBI in the direction of the cell's real intended target: Dodger Stadium.
Farik and Ilija receive a deadly biological anthrax shipment and prepare for an attack inside a Los Angeles shopping mall; Darwyn's supervisor Ray Fuller becomes suspicious about the disappearance of a cell member.
The cell members pose as Iraqi insurgents-in-training in order to infiltrate and take over a secure warehouse as a new base of operations for Youmud Din ("Judgment Day").
When an Afghan boy arrives at the warehouse looking for training as a jihadi, Darwyn introduces him to a more moderate brand of Islam in hopes of steering him away from terrorism.
In the Season 1 premiere, Darwyn Al-Hakim is a Muslim ex-con who has just been released from prison and finds his way to an Islamic extremist named Farik, who recruits him to join a terrorist sleeper cell planning an attack in Los Angeles.
Farik, Darwyn and Christian cross the U.S.-Mexico border at Tijuana to find out why the cell's pipeline of mob funds has suddenly gone dry.
The cell hijacks a chemical truck in preparation for Judgment Day, as Farik spends a last night with and bids farewell to his wife, and the FBI prepares to stop the attack.
The cell buys explosives from a white supremacist militia while Darwyn's new handler, Patrice Serxner, tries to prevent the LAPD from blowing his cover in a conflicting investigation.
Darwyn befriends a pesticide plant worker in order to buy some of his company's product under the table for the cell, while each of the jihadis cope with personal troubles of their own.
Farik dispatches a biochemical student on a flight to Vancouver, Canada, to drive a shipment of real anthrax across the Canadian border and down to Los Angeles.
After Hendricks bans Masters from using black participants in his study, Masters contacts a journalist to promote his efforts, using the debunking of sexual stereotypes as the lure. Johnson is forced to accept DePaul's choice to end her chemotherapy treatments. Gene uncovers the truth about Betty and Helen's relationship. Libby fires Coral after discovering she lied about Robert.
Ashley asks Ray to go to bat for her friend Steve Knight, a self-help guru who beat up a waiter. Avi and Lena help Ray make contact with Volcheck to seek his aid in taking down Cochran. Mickey gets a stipend from Ray, but hopes for a bigger payday when he meets with movie exec Debra Gerson. And Bridget argues with Ray and Abby about a gift from Marvin.
In episode 208, Tommy and Colin try to cope with Judd's decline; Declan tries to clear his conscience as Michael feeds Franklin information to keep Freddie in jail; Eileen volunteers to help Mary Kate at the Social Services office.
In episode 103, Tommy draws closer to the powerful Judd Fitzgerald while Eileen's lover breaks off their affair; Michael struggles with how much The Hill has changed in his absence.
In episode 201, the second season premiere, Tommy outmaneuvers a U.S. attorney as he and Eileen keep up the appearance of a happy marriage; Michael tries to reestablish his memory and his territory.
YOUNG ONES is set in a near future when water has become the most precious and dwindling resource on the planet, one that dictates everything from the macro of political policy to the detailed micro of interpersonal family and romantic relationships. The land has withered into something wretched. The dust has settled on a lonely, barren planet. The hardened survivors of the loss of Earth s precious resources scrape and struggle. Ernest Holm (Michael Shannon) lives on this harsh frontier with his children, Jerome (Kodi Smit McPhee)and Mary (Elle Fanning). He defends his farm from bandits, works the supply routes, and hopes to rejuvenate the soil. But Mary's boyfriend, Flem Lever (Nicholas Hoult), has grander designs. He wants Ernest's land for himself, and will go to any length to get it. From writer/director Jake Paltrow comes a futuristic western, told in three chapters, which inventively layers Greek tragedy over an ethereal narrative that s steeped deeply in the values of the American West.
Kat Connors (Shailene Woodley) is 17 years old when her perfect homemaker mother, Eve (Eva Green), a beautiful, enigmatic, and haunted woman, disappears - just as Kat is discovering and relishing her newfound sexuality. Having lived for so long in a stifled, emotionally repressed household, she barely registers her mother's absence and certainly doesn't blame her doormat of a father, Brock, (Christopher Meloni) for the loss. In fact, it's almost a relief. But as time passes, Kat begins to come to grips with how deeply Eve's disappearance has affected her. Returning home on a break from college, she finds herself confronted with the truth about her mother's departure, and her own denial about the events surrounding it...
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