Renzo's mom joins the Degenerates to watch their horse in his biggest race yet and two prized colts go head-to-head in a million-dollar showdown. Meanwhile, Ace receives an unexpected visitor.
Gus and Ace's horse and Walter's horse compete in a major race. Meanwhile, Ace manages to outmanoeuvre Smythe and Leon's loss becomes being Rosie's gain.
Rosie and Ronnie compete for the same mount and Ace and Claire tour a prison outreach horse farm. Meanwhile, Lonnie claims another horse belonging to Escalante and Jerry tries to win his way into a poker tournament.moreless
Smythe turns Israel into his informant and Ace proposes a deal to buy a piece of the racetrack. Meanwhile, Rosie sweats about Leon's finish almost as much as he does and Joey's depression takes a turn for the worse.moreless
While Marcus is worrying about his health, Escalante is forced by Ace to swap Leon for a more experienced jockey.
Leon's weight issues dampen Rosie's happiness at finally getting a mount. Meanwhile, Jerry's partners try to separate him from his poker rival and Ace meets with a long-time colleague, Michael Smythe.
While Jerry makes a new bid on the horse Mulligan claimed, Walter loses Ronnie as a rider and Ace meets a whiz kid.
Walter Smith finds a jockey for his prized thoroughbred and Ace meets with some potential investors. Meanwhile, Renzo makes a claim on a horse trained by Escalante and Lonnie pulls out of a scam.moreless
Pilot is the season premiere for HBO's drama Luck, which originally aired December 11, 2011. Ace Bernstein has just been released from prison. He spent the majority of his three-year sentence plotting revenge on those he felt betrayed him. Ace makes an investment in a famous racetrack, which he hopes will pay off financially. Meanwhile, four other gamblers combine their income and place a bet on a long-shot horse, hoping for the same financial payoff.moreless
Miss Marple meets with her old friend, Ruth Van Rydock, who is worried about her sister, Carrie Louise Serrocold, after a mysterious fire ends up destroying some of Carrie Louise's treasured possessions. She asks Miss Marple to visit her sister's estate, Stonygates, a huge manor house, where some of the buildings and grounds are used as a reformatory for juvenile criminals. Soon, Carrie Louise's stepson by her second marriage shows up. He is Christian Gulbrandsen, and he runs the trust which contributes a fraction of the funds used to run Stonygates. Later that night, as Carrie Louise's current husband Lewis runs a dress rehearsal for a musical revue for the inmates of the facility, Christian is stabbed while writing a letter on his typewriter. Miss Marple and the local police quickly learn that Christian believed Carrie Louise was being poisoned, but was killed before he could reveal the poisoner's identity. For the sake of Carrie Louise and her family, Miss Marple sets out to find the killer and alleged poisoner, but then another murder is committed during the revue, and tainted oysters, secret children, jealousy, a hidden passageway, and an unlocked gate are thrown into the mix, as well. Who is trying to poison Carrie Louise? And was the use of a clever conjuring trick the key to solving the mystery?moreless