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While the Mitchells go back on the run, Jacob Orr meets Leslie Brewer, his target.
Jacob fights to keep King and Avery alive, while Ian and his family hide out in an isolated cabin.
When Jacob decides to leave the game and throws the box away, everyone he loves is put in danger. However, when he's forced back into the game, a secret about the Watchers is revealed.
While Mitchells fight for their lives and to keep away from the Watchers, Jacob Orr tries to understand the game he is embroiled in.
Jacob discovers the reason he was chosen and why he will have to continue playing. Meanwhile, a hunter targets Ian's family.
With the clock counting down, Ian uses everything at his disposal to save his family and comes face-to-face with the sadistic people in charge of the game.
Ian and his estranged wife Laura (Nicky Whelan) find themselves forced to make one last desperate attempt to save their daughter before the clock expires.
An unsuspecting father and lawyer, Ian Mitchell (Milo Ventimiglia), is thrust into a deadly game when a mysterious wooden box, containing a photograph of a stranger named Daniel Easton (Diedrich Bader) and a loaded gun, appears on his doorstep.
The game starts with new players, as the Mitchells continue to hide.
Narrowly surviving his first day in the game, Ian finds himself and his family in further danger as tactics taken by the game's creators continue to infiltrate his life.
After a near death encounter with another hunter (Brett Davern), Ian discovers that ‘The Watchers’ steering the game are relentless as he frantically attempts to gain the upper hand.
With the help of a questionable criminal client, Ian devises a plan to get his daughter back from ‘The Watchers.’