The past catches up with the heroes in an episode that again reveals how central New Orleans is to the series.
The series starts to find its groove in an episode focusing on personal drama and the heroes’ relationships with the city of New Orleans.
Season two concludes with a major shock.
All hell breaks loose in Harlem’s Paradise.
Season two begins its endgame, but not before a flashback to ‘80s Jamaica.
Wild plot twists abound in an overstuffed episode guest starring Iron Fist.
The plot takes some wild turns in season two’s most melodramatic episode.
“If It Ain’t Rough, It Ain’t Right” forces Luke into a strange alliance.
Tandy’s investigation into Roxxon deepens as Tyrone learns that his powers don’t always help his basketball game.
As Bushmaster advances his scheme some uneasy alliances start to form.
Piranha emerges as a major bargaining chip in an episode that ends with an old-fashioned showdown.
Luke’s legal woes mount as Mariah intensifies her plans for Harlem.
Luke recovers from a beating and makes a new friend as we learn another character’s surprising secret.
Misty meets an old friend and Luke discovers that even the endlessly patient Claire has her limits.
Luke’s past continues to haunt him as Mariah and Shades get desperate to make a deal.
Luke tries to figure out what it means to be a hero in Harlem as the second season begins.
The villains are coming, but the biggest opposition that Cloak and Dagger face is the world itself.
Cloak and Dagger are drawn closer together in an episode that moves the story along but only after a lot of repetition.
Tyrone and Tandy slip even deeper into the mess.
Tyrone and Tandy find each other.
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