Season 1 ended with Robyn's daughter finding her mom's secret cache of weapons and passports. What's next?!
Teen Delilah (Laya DeLeon Hayes) demanded to know, "For starters, who are you?" No matter how former CIA operative Robyn answers, Delilah will realize that her mother has been lying to her all her life: "Things get a bit prickly and turned upside down in the McCall household," reveals Miller. "They try to find their new normal.”
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Scenes From a Marriage
A wrenching dissection of a rocky relationship has all the emotions
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