Sleepless and suppressing her grief, Joanna (Kristin Kreuk) struggles to maintain her job at Steadman Lavery while preparing for jury selection in Luna’s (Star Slade) trial. Billy (Peter Mooney) uncovers evidence from Shane (Andrew Chown) that may provide an alternate theory about the murder.
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In Season 1, corporate attorney Joanna Chang (Kristin Kreuk) made headlines fighting for the justice of five sick girls in her hometown of Millwood. This season she finds herself at a top law firm in Winnipeg ready to make a fresh start away from her previous firm. There, a new client draws her into the shadowy world of hackers, activists, and a political movement that won’t take any prisoners. The case leads Joanna through many twists and turns, until she eventually becomes a killer’s target. Her estranged father tries to assist her, which leads to an event that will change both their lives forever.
Meanwhile, Millwood’s lifeblood has been left depleted following the bankruptcy of the mill. With rising unemployment rates, tensions in town are running high, leaving Billy Crawford (Peter Mooney) to retreat further away from town, but when his reckless brother Shane (Andrew Chown) shows up, Billy is forced to confront childhood memories.
Kristin Kreuk as Joanna Chang
Peter Mooney as Billy Crawford
Star Slade as Luna Spence
Meegwun Fairbrother as Officer Owen Beckbie
Anwen O’Driscoll as Taylor Matheson
Jessica Matten as Gerrilynn Spence
Michelle Nolden as Teddie Lavery
Varun Saranga as Noah Achari
Andrew Chown as Shane Crawford
Raymond Ablack as Sunil Doshi
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