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Beverly Hills is hit by a wave of criminal activity that leaves its residents in a vulnerable situation. Meanwhile, Marisol engages in a new romance but quickly discovers there is more that meets the eye to her new lover. Zoila's need to control everything starts to take a toll on her personal life, especially with Valentina, who is now working for a surprising new employer. Rosie’s immigration status is in flux, while Carmen embraces her life in the limelight as the fiancée to a pop star.
For a breakdown of the characters' appearances, check here.
- Ana Ortiz - Marisol Suarez (13/13)
- Dania Ramirez - Rosie Falta (13/13)
- Roselyn Sanchez - Carmen Luna (13/13)
- Judy Reyes - Zoila Diaz (13/13)
- Edy Ganem - Valentina Diaz (13/13)
- Rebecca Wisocky - Evelyn Powell (10/13)
- Tom Irwin - Adrian Powell (10/13)
- Grant Show - Spence Westmore (10/13)
- Drew Van Acker - Remi Delatour (10/13)
- Mark Deklin - Nicholas Deering (9/13)
- Joanna P. Adler - Opal Sinclair (8/13)
- Dominic Adams - Tony Bishara (9/13)
- Colin Woodell - Ethan Sinclair (10/13)
- and Susan Lucci - Genevieve Delatour (10/13)
- Reggie Austin - Reggie Miller (10/13)
- Willie C. Carpenter - Kenneth Miller (10/13)
- Gideon Glick - Ty McKay (9/13)
- Octavio Westwood - Miguel Falta (7/13)
- Tiffany Hines - Didi Miller (6/13)
- Ivan Hernandez - Javier Mendoza (6/13)
- Kimberly Hebert Gregory - Lucinda Miller (5/13)
- Alex Fernandez - Pablo Diaz (5/13)
- Susie Abromeit - Dahlia Deering (4/13)
- Alexander Biglane - Carter (4/13)
- Sean Flynn - Jason (4/13)
- Matt Cedeño - Alejandro Rubio (3/13)
- Melinda Page Hamilton - Odessa Burakov (3/13)
- Mariana Klaveno - Peri Westmore (2/13)
- E. Roger Mitchell - Detective Figueroa (2/13)
- Deke Anderson - Rick Dresden (1/13)
- Brianna Brown - Taylor Stappord (1/13)
- Gilles Marini - Sebastien Dussault (1/13)
|01||"An Ideal Husband"||06||"Private Lives"||10||"Long Day's Journey Into Night"|
|02||"The Dark at the Top of the Stairs"||07||"Betrayal"||11||"You Can't Take It With You"|
|03||"Dangerous Liaisons"||08||"Night, Mother"||12||"Proof"|
|04||"Crimes of the Heart"||09||"The Visit"||13||"Look Back in Anger"|
|05||"The Bad Seed"|
An Ideal Husband
The Dark at the Top of the Stairs
Crimes of the Heart
The Bad Seed
Long Day's Journey Into Night
You Can't Take It With You
Look Back in Anger
- Episode titles of this season are based off of play titles.
- The background song for this season's promotional videos is "Talk Dirty" by Jason Derulo.
- For the second season, the central main cast of characters was brought back with regular status, but first season regulars Brianna Brown (Taylor Stappord), Brett Cullen (Michael Stappord), Mariana Klaveno (Peri Westmore) and Wolé Parks (Sam Alexander) were dropped to recurring status. Additionally, Mark Deklin (Nicholas Deering), Joanna P. Adler (Opal Sinclair), Dominic Adams (Tony Bishara), and Colin Woodell (Ethan Sinclair) are promoted to the main cast.
Gallery of videos used to promote the season.
Gallery of photographic stills released to promote the season.