More Pritchard and Duval team up to chase a serial killer.
More A 20-year-old cover-up of a murder comes back to haunt Pritchard when the informant he tried to protect is now a powerful drug dealer.
Meanwhile, Mary has survived her current health scare but she and Otto disagree on what to do about Pritchard; and Gracie is attracted to an older guy.
Meanwhile, Pritchard tries to gain Duval's trust by telling him they're half brothers.
Second Chance boasts a few interesting ideas and Robert Kazinsky's game performance, but there aren't enough functioning parts in what's ultimately yet another mediocre take on the Frankenstein myth.
In the premiere of this drama, a disgraced former cop gets a chance at redemption after he's resurrected by a billionaire and his bioengineer twin sister, but it's an opportunity that may not be worth the risk.
More A killer is on the loose who maims and mangles his victims beyond recognition.
Meanwhile, Otto becomes jealous of the developing bond between Pritchard and Mary and wants to look for a new donor.
More Duval's sister Helen is dating Wally, a parole officer, whom she's known since high school, but Pritchard must hide the fact that he never liked him, and his opinion doesn't improve when he and Duval learn he's linked with a possible prison break.
Meanwhile, Alexa shares her distrust of Pritchard with Mary; and Otto recalls his parents' death.
More A series of murders involving young prodigies may be linked to an unsolved case and forces Duval to reconsider Pritchard's real identity.
Meanwhile, Pritchard's relationship with the FBI takes on new significance.