In a plot similar to Hitchcock's film Rope, a man makes a bet with a friend that he can commit a motiveless crime and the cops will never suspect him.
In the season finale, a major case from the past resurfaces; Angie thinks that she and Cross should come clean.
A murder mystery author is poisoned; Lucas' personal life takes a hit; Angie gets a nice surprise.
Flynn and Vega search for a motive in the death of a real estate agent; Angie may be forced to testify in the trial.
While investigating the death of a man trampled by his horse, Flynn and Vega suspect homicide; Vega explains his concerns; Angie is confronted by prosecutor Samantha Turner.
Angie and Flynn investigate a kitchen explosion; Angie shares the truth about her past and that of Sgt. Cross.
Angie and Oscar search for an attacker and call in a professional favor; Lucas has trouble at home.
Angie is forced to leave her father's wedding to investigate a skydiving jump gone wrong and tries to regain Vega's trust by sharing information about Sgt. Cross.
The team tries to find a missing and injured bartender and Flynn feels guilty about leaving Vega out of the action.
Angie takes an aggressive approach to solve the murder of a high school student; Lucas and Sung's relationship gets personal.
One of the team's own is murdered, causing Sgt. Cross to cross the line between professional and personal.
Angie and Oscar try to solve a mystery when a socialite drowns and are led to an unlikely killer.
Detectives Flynn and Vega discover that what initially looks like a case of self-defense during a home invasion is actually something much more calculated. As they work to determine the motive, Cross asserts his position, and this new approach doesn't gel with Angie, leading to tension within the team.
On the season premiere, detectives Flynn and Vega investigate a suspected suicide victim who may have had some unwelcome help ending his life. Meanwhile, the Metro Police Department homicide team has a new Commander, Sergeant Mark Cross - a charismatic former undercover detective with a mysterious link to Angie's past.
This Season Pass includes all current episodes and will include future episodes after broadcast date as they become available. "Motive" returns for an exciting second season with gripping new cases featuring more complicated killers and intricate crime scenes. Homicide detective Angie Flynn is as determined as ever, and her pursuit for justice never falters. Her partner, Detective Oscar Vega, continues to be her rock with his no-nonsense attitude and methodical approach.
While investigating the murder of a teenage boy, Angie's experience and training are challenged to right the wrongs of the past and catch a killer before he can kill again.
Flynn wonders if they are dealing with a compassionate killer.
Angie interrogates a mother who has killed her son's drug dealer.
Samantha pressures Angie to be a character witness for Mark.
Flynn, Vega and Lucas investigate the scene of a suspicious autoerotic accident. Could it have been murder?
Flynn tells Cross she doesn't want to lie about the shooting anymore.
A body is found with holes from both bullets and blanks.
Two mothers battle over what they think is right for their children.
A car filled with suspicious things makes a horse accident look like more like murder. Watch this preview from the season 2 episode "Nobody Lives Forever."
Flynn interrogates a trio of brothers who executed a real estate agent.
Flynn admits to Vega she "had a thing" with Sergeant Mark Cross.
People are talking.
A killer changes targets after discovering a man is having an affair.
Flynn wonders if she can move forward as a cop.
Haunted by a mistake from the past, Angie turns to Manny for help.
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