A young Ruth Bader Ginsburg challenges the gender norms of the era as she fights to achieve equal rights for all women. With an array of powerful forces opposing her, she finds strength in her loving family, especially her supportive husband.
A former athlete who didn't make the Olympic team due to an injury gets swept up into the world of high-stakes underground gambling. It doesn't take long before she's running an illegal poker empire for Hollywood celebrities and business tycoons.
A fifth-grade boy born with a rare facial deformity begins his first ever day of school with trepidation. Due to his frequent surgeries, up until now he's been home schooled by his parents, who worry about the other children's reactions to his appearance.
Journalists at The Washington Post, including the nation's first female newspaper publisher, help expose a massive governmental cover-up that's spanned four Presidential administrations, setting up an unprecedented battle between them and the government.
Frank hatches the idea for a new scheme when an unexpected visitor shows up at the Gallagher house. With Tami back in the house, Lip struggles to give up control of Fred. Debbie's fight for child support escalates and Carl juggles multiple romances.
Mayor Feratti ups the ante in his negotiations with the Sullivans, and Ray must step in to finish the deal. Bridget and Smitty are called in to fix Jonathan Walker Hanson's unsavory publicity scandal. Daryll is offered a chance to leave the Donovans.
Ten years after we last left them, we find Bette running for mayor of Los Angeles. Shane returns to the city after a setback and Alice is learning to balance co-parenting with her fiancé Nat and Nat's ex-wife Gigi.
Abby begins an existential life evaluation vowing mortal consequences after 180 days. Her therapist checks out mid-session and a first fate turns into a confrontation with the woman responsible for 'ruining her life.'