So You’re Not an English Teacher
|directed by: Charlotte Sieling||air date: November 15, 2016|
Out of prison early for good behavior, Letty Raines is trying hard to be a better person. But after she overhears a hitman being hired to kill a man’s wife, Letty sets out to derail the job and finds herself on a collision course with the killer, entangling herself in a dangerous and seductive relationship.
Only the Best for Mrs. Diaz
|directed by: Carl Franklin||air date: November 15, 2016|
Javier (Juan Diego Botto) forces Letty (Michelle Dockery) to help carry out his next job by making her pose as his wife at an upscale resort in the Smoky Mountains. Letty befriends the target’s wife as instructed, but when she attempts to escape with the woman, Letty’s plan backfires, digging her into a much deeper hole with Javier.
From Terrible Me
|directed by: Magnus Martens||air date: November 22, 2016|
Letty and Javier are in a race against time to tie up all the loose ends of the violent crime Javier committed, each blaming the other for the trouble they’re in. Letty’s parole officer, Christian, lays down the law: if Letty doesn’t show up to her next check-in, he will send her back to prison.
Your Mama Had a Hard Night
|directed by: Mark Piznarski||air date: November 29, 2016|
Letty attempts legitimate “good behavior” when she goes back to her hometown to be close to her son, Jacob, and finds a clever workaround for the restraining order against her.
Beautiful Things Deserve Beautiful Things
|directed by: Mikkel Nørgaard||air date: December 6, 2016|
Desperate to escape the mess she inadvertently made in her hometown, Letty Raines rejoins Javier on the road. He’s on the way to see his sister Ava, who has information about the mysterious phone calls Javier has been getting from his estranged family. Christian tracks Letty down to arrest her, but Letty turns the tables and pulls Christian into a scheme of her own making.
We Pretend We’re Stuck
|directed by: Jonas Pate||air date: December 13, 2016|
Letty returns to her hometown armed with a new plan to take custody of her son, Jacob, with Javier’s help. But Letty is confronted with the stark realities of motherhood when a day with her son turns into a crisis that could send her back to prison.
The Ballad of Little Santino
|directed by: Phil Abraham||air date: December 20, 2016|
Letty and Javier attend the reunion of Javier’s immediate family. Letty plays the role of Javier’s girlfriend while trying to find out as much as she can about Javier’s past and learns Javier’s most closely-guarded secret.
It Still Fits Bitch
|directed by: Mark Piznarski||air date: December 27, 2016|
Letty reverses roles with her mother when she has to bail Estelle out of jail, raising the question of who is better able to raise Jacob. Meanwhile, Jacob’s birth father, Sean, shows up uninvited to a major family event.
For You I’d Go with Strawberry
|directed by: Mikkel Nørgaard||air date: January 3, 2017|
Sean’s attempt at getting custody of Jacob causes Letty to falter in a weak moment that could drive a permanent wedge between her and Javier. Christian presents Letty with a legitimate opportunity to change her life.
All the Things
|directed by: Magnus Martens||air date: January 10, 2017|
Letty makes a devastating choice and once again has to clean up her own mess. But this time it’s to save Javier.
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