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Kingstown Prison descends into total chaos. Mike desperately works to help stop a riot that will have serious consequences for all involved.
The episode was rated 8,26 from 715 votes.
Tracy has good news for Kyle. Mike and Iris spend a peaceful day at the cabin, unaware of the trouble escalating back in town.
The episode was rated 8,15 from 680 votes.
Kyle and Kingstown PD try to make sense of the crime scene. Mike takes matters into his own hands. Sam makes a costly mistake.
The episode was rated 8,01 from 666 votes.
When a fight breaks out on the yard, Sam finds himself in trouble again. Milo goes to extreme lengths to get what he wants. Mike sends a message.
The episode was rated 7,98 from 675 votes.
After a power vacuum in tent city spills out into Kingstown, Mike makes a bold move to try and restore order. Iris is uneasy about her new living arrangement. Kyle finds himself in a dangerous situation.
The episode was rated 7,93 from 321 votes.
In the wake of the Kingstown Prison riot, violence and chaos ensue in the newly formed tent city. Mike and Bunny discuss what must be done to solve the leadership void on the inside. Kyle begins his new job with the Michigan State Police.
The episode was rated 7,87 from 361 votes.
Mike pays Milo a visit, looking for answers. Tensions at the men’s prison reach a boiling point. Mike makes a disturbing discovery.
The episode was rated 7,83 from 662 votes.
Mike asks for help in finding Iris, and later takes matters into his own hands. A move by Robert and his team puts Mike's larger plan in jeopardy. Kyle has a request for Kingstown PD.
The episode was rated 7,80 from 263 votes.
After a tragic accident has deadly consequences, an all-out manhunt ensues. Meanwhile, Mike reaches out to a former prison contact.
The episode was rated 7,77 from 780 votes.
Kyle and Ian are questioned by internal affairs in the wake of the shootout. Bunny asks Mike for help with a close family member.
The episode was rated 7,74 from 715 votes.
Local gang leader, Bunny is upset when one of his guys gets taken off the yard. Mike brokers a deal, and is later visited by two FBI agents whom Mitch worked for. Milo has instructions for Josef on how to get closer to Mike.
The episode was rated 7,73 from 812 votes.
Everyone wants something from Mike, who reminds them who is in control. Iris visits Mike’s office. Mariam and Mike discuss Kyle’s future.
The episode was rated 7,69 from 718 votes.
Brothers Mitch and Mike McLusky navigate Kingstown, home to multiple prisons, as they act as the liaisons between prisoners and the community. When a young guard, Sam, is set up to deliver a letter for a prisoner, Mike works to get him off the hook.
The episode was rated 7,63 from 946 votes.
Letzte Aktualisierung: Feb 04, 2023
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