Ghost and Tommy are under the gun in trying to deal all the product in order to pay Lobos, unaware that Holly is being grilled by the FBI.
Ghost battles to win back his club and must deal with those standing in the way.
Ghost brings Angela to Miami, where they indulge in the fantasy of being a couple, but reality brings them back to earth. Back in New York, Tommy and Kanan bond.
Tommy signs on to assist Ghost in expanding the drug trade, but has a serious condition that must first be met, while Ghost is surprised to learn about Kanan getting out of jail.moreless
In the Season 2 premiere, Ghost gathers himself after the botched attempt on his life, and gears up to increase his participation in the drug business. Meanwhile, Tommy takes a powder upon hearing that Angela is with the feds.moreless
While Tommy is making peace with Ruiz, Angela's attaching a wire to one of his gang members; and a distracted Ghost forgets Tasha's birthday. Later, Ghost and Angela contemplate the implications of their affair.moreless
"I Gotta Go" Concerned over Ghost's attitude, Tasha interferes with club business. Ghost and Angela pursue their affair. Tommy pursues a club employee....SAP.
"Who Are You?" Ghost and Tommy gather their network of gang leaders while Angela plans surveillance for the same meeting. The mystery assailant strikes again. Ghost admits to Angela that he's married with children....SAPmoreless
The future of the club is jeopardized as the rift between Ghost and Tasha intensifies. Later, Ghost fears that his pursuit of Angela could impact his legitimate life and place his family in danger.moreless
Ghost and Tommy take action against those responsible for the attack on their drug organization, while Ghost's wife deals with her new career and Ghost rekindles a former relationship with an attorney who's been after one of his people.moreless
Cable drama about New York City nightclub owner James "Ghost" St. Patrick, who doubles as a drug kingpin to an elite clientele, begins with an attack on his illegal business, one that could put a crimp in his legitimate enterprise.moreless