In the series finale, Beaumont and Cole go undercover to catch someone who's secretly making adult films of unsuspecting apartment tenants. Meanwhile, Shraeger gets deeply involved in helping a crime victim who has become a serial accuser.
Walsh and Shraeger look into the homicide of a drug-store owner who was shot while running naked down a street. Elsewhere, Beaumont and Cole try to find out who stole tapes from an apology-line service, and Delahoy gets an MRI.
A U.S. Marshal gets Alvarez to release a robbery suspect into his custody, but questions soon arise about the marshal after the precinct receives a fake bomb threat. Elsewhere, Banks attempts to hibernate in his apartment until his next birthday.
A wealthy businessman that Shraeger and Walsh were supposed to be protecting goes missing, and a ransom call demands $10 million for his safe return. Elsewhere, Banks and Delahoy search for an elderly man who's on a crime spree.
Walsh and Shraeger try to help Off. Powell, who fears he may have killed someone during an alcohol-induced blackout. Meanwhile, becoming victims of identity theft inspires Banks and Delahoy to make some changes in their lives.
Lutz pulls a gun at Walsh's diner, striking Beaumont. While investigating, Walsh and Shraeger begin to discover Lutz and Cole's past connection. Elsewhere, Banks and Delahoy track a string of bus robberies, getting help from a clairvoyant passenger.
A cash-strapped Beaumont is at a pawn shop when the place gets robbed. The female suspect is later seen robbing a bridal shop with a different male accomplice. Elsewhere, Banks and Delahoy look for a missing man who was previously thought to be dead.
Detectives set up a sting at a store that deals in murder weapons and body-disposal advice. Elsewhere, Shraeger is asked to get someone out of a resisting-arrest charge, and Frank Lutz has bad timing when he asks Cole for a favor.
When a notorious family of criminals go on a crime spree, Walsh and Shraeger uncover the reason behind the rampage and use it to negotiate. Meanwhile, Shraeger is asked to look into Walsh's past after being informed his ex-partner was a dirty cop; and Cole's old partner in crime shows up.
In the series opener of this New York City-set police drama, Det. Casey Shraeger (Amber Tamblyn) is transferred from vice to homicide, where she meets the zany yet secretive detectives that populate her new department. She's partnered with Det. Jason Walsh (Jeremy Renner), a man set on tracking down the killer of his recently murdered former partner.