Malandros – In the Season 1 finale, Chapel leads the team to Mexico in search of murder suspect Matias. Meanwhile, Daniel uses his wedding to broker a deal between Javier and Lavar Quintel.
Almadena – Javier pursues a deal with the DA’s office, at Ryan’s behest, just as the Metas are piecing together the details of Salazar’s death. Meanwhile, Jessica tells Ellis about Ryan’s secret; and Daniel begins to climb the ranks in Los Angelicos.
La Luz Verde – Los Angelicos seek revenge for what they perceive as Ryan’s betrayal, while Jessica is shocked by a discovery about Ryan.
El Buey y El Alacran – Javier is arrested by Ryan, which proves the latter’s allegiance to the Gang Task Force but is seen as a betrayal by Los Angelicos. Meanwhile, Daniel finally realizes his future lies in the underworld rather than the banking industry.
Dia de Todos los Santos – Tio Gordo kills a Meta rival in retaliation after an explosion rocks a Los Angelicos festival, and the gang’s leader demands “an eye for eye” from Javier to even the score. Meanwhile, Jessica shares information with Carter about the woman she saw at Ryan’s home.
El Zorro y el Gallinero – A change to California’s “Three Strikes” law causes additional trouble for the GTF. Meanwhile, Jessica sees Silvia pay Ryan a visit, and Carlos sets forth on his path toward usurping Javier’s seat as head of Los Angelicos
Regreso del Infierno – Daniel’s kidnapped and held hostage by a rival gang, so Ryan plots to steal the confiscated cocaine in an attempt to free him.
Entre Dos Tierras – Daniel takes a big risk to make up for his unintentional financial setbacks, while Carlos has serious doubts about his father’s plan to reform the family business.
Invierno Cayó – Carlos’ plan backfires when he tries to sabotage another gang’s meth shipment to increase business for Los Angelicos, and it has dire consequences for his family and the Gang Task Force.
Perros – A sex-trafficking ring run by Russian mobsters is discovered by the Task Force, but Ryan’s attempt to put the gang’s leader in jail could jeopardize Javier’s plans to legitimize the Acosta family business.