DARK BLUE Season 2 Episode Guide

“Urban Garden” – Premieres Wednesday, Aug. 4, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)

A sting operation against a local crime lord crosses paths with an FBI investigation, forcing Carter and his team to work to bring him down with the help of FBI Special Agent Alex Rice, played by Tricia Helfer (Battlestar Galactica). What starts our as a simple goal gets complicated after a close friend of Carter’s is caught in the crossfire putting Carter’s personal stake in the cast at odds with Alex’s professional agenda.

Directed by Jeffrey Hunt

Written by Rick Eid and Doug Jung

“Liar’s Poker” – Premieres Wednesday, Aug. 4, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT)

With Carter and his team now working with FBI Agent Alex Rice (guest star Tricia Helfer) as part of a special LAPD/FBI task force, the team goes after a drug ring with connections to a Mexican Drug Cartel. As Ty infiltrates the high-end world of a local dealer, Dean follows the drug ring to the most unlikely of suspects – A beautiful art gallery owner (Jordana Brewster – Chuck).

Directed by Dermott Downs

Written by Gavin Harris

Guest Star: Jordana Brewster

“Shelter of the Beast” – Premieres Wednesday, Aug. 11, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)

In order to get closer to their ultimate mark, the head of a notorious Mexican drug cartel, Carter has to pose as a porn king looking to expand his business into pharmaceuticals.  But the case has Dean in an ever-complicated relationship with Maria (Jordana Brewster – Chuck), the attractive art gallery owner and daughter of a drug dealer.

Directed by John Behring

Written by Sam Humphrey

“High Rollers” – Premieres Wednesday, Aug. 18, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)

When the team infiltrates a local casino to investigate the disappearance and presumed murder of a law-school student with a gambling problem, the case has a negative effect on Ty who runs with his high-rolling cover a little too far. Meanwhile, Alex gives Jaimie a hard time over the risks she is willing to take with their target, a no-excuses loan shark.

Directed by Karen Gaviola

Written by Rick Eid

“Brother’s Keeper” – Premieres Wednesday, Aug. 25, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)

In order to locate an infamous anti-government militia leader, the team stages a jail break for his younger brother in the hope that he’ll lead them to their target before he assassinates a prominent Federal Judge. Meanwhile, Ty’s extracurricular activities are starting to affect his job performance, just as Alex is preparing a report on the task force.

Directed by Nathan Hope

Written by Doug Jung

“Jane Wayne” – Premieres Wednesday, Sept. 1, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)

Jaimie poses as a junkie in order to infiltrate a dangerous crew of thieves who pose as DEA agents in order to steal from drug dealers. As Carter grows concerned about Jaimie’s eagerness to make the case, Ty and Dean are stuck with a loveable yet annoying informant who wants nothing more than to be a cop, just like them.

Directed by Guy Ferland

Written by Joe Halpin