Sebastian races to catch escaped convict Wayne Callison, a killer who has vowed to seek revenge on Sebastian.
Sebastian tries to get to the bottom of who murdered an aspiring young singer and discovers that several people may have wanted her dead. Meanwhile, Danny makes the mistake of sleeping with a witness who turns out to be a possible suspect.
After being disbarred in California, Sebastian's Las Vegas gambling spell is soon sidelined by a notoriously crooked casino owner and former client who convinces Sebastian to make use of his Nevada law license to defend him in a murder trial.
Sebastian builds a case against an underworld kingpin as part of a covert deal initiated by the State Attorney General's office that could save Sebastian from being disbarred for having covered up the murderous act of a client in 1996.
Dark secrets from Sebastian's past surface after the fatal shooting of his long-time friend and former law firm partner is determined to have been a failed attempt to kill Sebastian.
As Sebastian and his team investigate who killed a rock star's long-time friend, they realize that the rocker's brother and agent know far more than they are revealing.
Five years after helping imprison a tennis star's stalker for her stabbing, Jessica is guilt-ridden when the tennis pro is fatally stabbed days after Jessica's failed attempt to uphold the man's conviction during his retrial.
While working to identify a serial arsonist whose latest blaze took a firefighter's life, Sebastian's team discovers that the man the firefighter tried to rescue was actually murdered prior to the fire.
Without disclosing it to the presiding judge, Sebastian and Danny head to Mexico to attempt to retrieve a defendant who fled to avoid being prosecuted for the murder of his business-partner/mistress, Raina's successful fashion designer friend, Hanna.
When a popular ultimate fighter is the third in the league to commit suicide, Sebastian's team charges the league's powerful CEO with murder for recklessly pushing steroids on his players despite the potential side-effects.
Despite their lead suspect's proven bomb-making know-how and his incriminating letter about exacting revenge on his condescending peers, Danny believes the outcast student ... and convinces Sebastian to let him search for another suspect.
Jessica is stunned when her friend, Medical Examiner Laura Fields, is caught tampering with evidence in their murder case and then accuses Jessica in court of having pressured her for false testimony to gain convictions while Jessica was the D.A.
While working to identify and convict the killer of a 22-year-old surgically-enhanced aspiring actress, Sebastian's team uncovers that the victim's plastic surgeon bartered sex for surgery with her.
Isaac's new girlfriend, Raina, is put in an awkward position when Sebastian prevents the team from telling him that they have re-opened his fiancée's murder case because the person behind her death may still be at large.
When the sole witness to Sebastian's double homicide case is killed by a car bomb, former D.A. Jessica Devlin agrees to assist with the case and also recruits Deputy District Attorney Danny Reyes from the organized crime unit.
Acquitted serial killer Wayne Callison is accused of murdering yet another young woman, and this time, Stark won't let him get away...or will he?
Shark clip - starring James Woods, Danielle Panabaker, Sophina Brown, Sarah Carter, Jeri Ryan, Henry Simmons.
SHARK is a drama that follows the professional and personal life of SEBASTIAN STARK, a charismatic, supremely self-confident defense attorney who, after a shocking outcome in one of his cases and a personal epiphany, brings his cutthroat tactics to the prosecutor's office.
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Sebastian Stark faces off with a man he thinks is a murderer.
Shark (James Woods) has someone arrested for harassing a witness.
Shark (James Woods) and his team plan their next attack.
Shark (James Woods) and his team find new evidence in the form of a boot.
Shark (James Woods) explains a fine point of law.
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