Diego is one of the best professional wrestlers in the world, but what good is that when he can't connect to the fans or his colleagues? Management pairs him with Lance, an all style, no substance man who can play a crowd, but hasn't a shred of wrestling talent. Although they have terrific on-screen chemistry, they despise each other behind the scenes. Diego is emotionally closed off and homophobic whereas Lance is charismatic and flamboyantly gay - but if they don't find a way to bring out the best in each other, both of them might end up without a job.
Before he became a professional wrestler, androgynous, effeminate Lance Lovecraft was like any other teenager... well, sort of. Many teenagers dream of being famous, but there is only one Lance, and nobody can tell him otherwise.
Sometimes the brain can fail, and the heart picks up the pieces.
Tyson faces brief hospitalisation in the Acute Inpatient Unit for his anger issues, self harm and obsession with suicide. The staff are wonderful and the treatment team provides all the help and support he needs, but what he wants most of all is a friend. He finds Vladimir, someone who battles schizophrenia, scattered thinking and dissociative episodes.
Even behind bars, Jacoby has found joy in life. Love. Family. Even happiness. That doesn't mean the sins of his past won't catch up to him, though. In prison, there is nowhere to hide from them. He's trapped. What would you do to guarantee your freedom? Would you betray everything and everyone you loved? How can you be sure who might be holding a shiv to your back?
After losing everything, Sherman makes a drastic decision with impossible consequences. A second chance, a mulligan on the last ten years, to learn from the mistakes he made the first time around. While Sherman is excited about making the most of this opportunity, he struggles to assimilate. He has the wrong set of memories, strange dreams about his former life and a sinister feeling that if it seems too good to be true, it just might be.
Scarlett loses faith in her mother's ability to care for her family and steps up, realising it might not be so simple.
Félix copes with being the pariah of the family by looking for attention and love in the wrong places.
Joy rejects the life her authoritarian parents are pushing on her and rebels, thinking she has all the answers.
Jinhwan battles drug addiction and mental illness, as well as his fear of connecting with people.
Lily attempts to accept her place in her family's sinister business, creating war within herself.