Santana goes after a group of high school drug dealers who shot his niece after she witnessed the murder of her high school principal.
Hillary asks Frank and Santana for help in a lawsuit involving defective aircraft parts.
When his brother-in-law disappears, Santana is drawn into a web of police corruption.
Santana learns the details of Guzman's money laundering operation and comes face to face with the drug lord who cost him his job as a Federal prosecutor
Santana impresses Guzman with his trustworthiness and finds himself getting deeper into Guzman’s operations, a move that endangers his father and Dahlia
The arrival of a shipload of Haitian "boat people" in Miami inadvertently interferes in Santana and McPikes's plans to catch Guzman in an illegal act, and opens up a new case
When Vinnie disappears, McPike fears he has been kidnapped by a Salvadoran death squad, and his investigation locks him into a with Michael Santana, a disbarred Cuban-American Federal prosecutor contracted by Vinnie shortly before he disappeared
As McPike is near death in a coma, Kousakis plans to kill Boden and Weiss from his hideaway in Father Patrick’s church
Vinnie’s crusade against illegal waste dumping uncovers a web of political ties to organized crime figures
McPike and Lococco help Volchek come to grips with his family’s legacy while Vinnie moves to stop the illegal dumping of hospital wastes
McPike and Lococco wrap up their investigation of Volchek while Vinnie takes a job with an unscrupulous waste disposal company
After Vinnie’s unexpected departure, Roger Lococco returns to help McPike with his investigation of Volchek
Vinnie enlists Frank’s help when two of Stem’s deputies are murdered
Vinnie goes underground as a small-town deputy to root out the corruption in a company town run by one man—the reclusive Old Man Volchek
Vinnie joins his old neighborhood friends for a bachelor party but ends up finding one of his pals in trouble with a loan shark
Wiseguy Season 3
Wiseguy Season 4
Vinnie Terranova does time in a New Jersey penitentiary to set up his undercover role as an agent for the OCB (Organized Crime Bureau) of the United States. His roots in a traditional Italian city neighborhood form the underlying dramatic base throughout the series, bringing him into conflict with his conservative mother and other family members while acting undercover as syndicate enforcer.