An unnamed ex-convict assumes the identity of Lucas Hood the sheriff of Banshee, Pennsylvania, where he, behind a badge, continues his criminal activities, even as he’s hunted by the shadowy gangsters he betrayed years earlier.
Origins: Olek Drops a Dime
Fifteen Years Ago: Olek calls the Albino in prison and the two argue over the best way to get to Hood.
Origins: A Thief, Not A Killer
Fifteen Years Ago: Hood meets with the psychiatrist, Dr. Paradis, and the two discuss the incident surrounding the Albino.
Origins: Carrie at the Gate
Fourteen Years Ago: A pregnant Carrie waits outside the prison gates and ponders whether or not to visit Hood.
Origins: Looking For My Exit
Eleven Years Ago: While waiting to visit Hood again, Carrie takes a phone call from Gordon about their relationship.
Origins: Sugar's Release
Ten Years Ago: Sugar is released from prison and finds that Proctor is there to meet him.
Origins: The Forge
Ten Years Ago: Proctor confronts Sugar outside the Forge about his recent job performance.
Origins: Siobhan Interrupted
Five Years Ago: Emmett confronts Siobhan and tells her it is time that she left her husband.
Origins: Kings and Pawns
Five Years Ago: While playing a game of chess, Rabbit and Olek discuss the anniversary of Hood's imprisonment.
Origins: Checking In
Three Years Ago: While still in prison, Hood calls Job in New York City to ask him if he's heard from Ana.
Origins: The Women
Three Years Ago: Rebecca and Siobhan sit on a bench and talk about Siobhan's ex-husband.
Origins: Carrie and Deva
Two Years Ago: Deva and her mother, Carrie, talk about a necklace that Hood gave her.
Origins: Passed Over
Two Weeks Ago: Mayor Kendall visits Acting Sheriff Brock to discuss his future.
Origins: The Real Lucas Hood
Today: Sheriff Hood walks into Sugar's bar and orders a steak with fries.
Seventeen Years Ago: Job teaches Hood how to hot-wire a stolen car and the discussion changes to Mr. Rabbit.
Origins: Allenwood, Part 1
Seventeen Years Ago: Proctor visits Sugar in Allenwood prison and they discuss how he's doing.
Origins: Interrogation, Part 1
Fifteen Years Ago: Detective Bonnor interrogates Hood and wonders why he has no record in anyone's system.
Origins: Interrogation, Part 2
Fifteen Years Ago: Detective Bonnor's interrogation of Hood continues revealing his employer gave him up.
Origins: Interrogation, Part 3
Fifteen Years Ago: Detective Bonnor's interrogation of Hood continues as a 911 call turning Hood in is revealed.
Origins: The Phone Call
Fifteen Years Ago: The Albino talks with Olek and is told that he needs to determine where Ana is.
Origins: The Diner
Fifteen Years Ago: While working as a waitress in a diner, Carrie meets Gordon.
Origins: The Person You Were Meant To Be
Fifteen Years Ago: A pregnant Carrie finishes packing her apartment to start her life with Gordon.
Origins: Allenwood, Part 2
Thirteen Years Ago: Proctor visits a beat-up Sugar in Allenwood prison and tries to determine who did this to Sugar.
Eleven Years Ago: Mr. Rabbit visits the church where his brother Yulish is the priest.
Origins: The Priest
Ten Years Ago: Mr. Rabbit's conversation with his brother Yulish continues.
Origins: The Field
Five Years Ago: Rebecca goes dancing in a field while unaware that Jonah is secretly watching her.
Origins: Getting To Know You
Seventeen Years Ago: Hood is called to a meeting with Mr. Rabbit and he and Carrie meet for the first time in the reception area.
Fifteen Years Ago: Proctor defends his company from a hostile takeover by another party.
Origins: Always Be Prepared
Nine Years Ago: While being held in an underground prison, Kai finds an unlikely ally when he meets Clay.
Origins: Busy Night
Eight Years Ago: Emily brings Sheriff Morgan dinner while his is working late to guard Proctor.
Origins: Bugs And Thugs
Five Years Ago: Chayton breaks up a fight between his boss and an old man and learns some truths about himself.
Origins: Already Dead
Four Years Ago: Chayton pulled Nola back from the dead.
Origins: Off Duty
Two Years Ago: Siobhan and Aimee meet in a women's restroom while they are both off duty.
Six Months Ago: Hoods talks with an inmate on the day of his release from prison.
Director/showrunner Greg Yaitanes and other members of the cast and crew break down season two and the finale's Big Deaths.
Origins: Saga, Part 1
Explore the lives of Lucas, Carrie, Job and more before they made their way to Banshee in this full-length Banshee Origins feature. Find out the story before the story.
Origins: Saga, Part 2
Explore the lives of Lucas, Carrie, Job and more before they made their way to Banshee in this full-length Banshee Origins feature. Find out the story before the story.
Three Years Ago: Carrie walks into Sugar's bar, orders a drink, and the two discuss how things have been going.
Two Years Ago: Bunker receives a cold reception in Sugar's bar and he explains to Sugar that he has denounced his former ways.
Two Years Ago: Proctor pays a visit to Sugar at his bar early one morning and the two discuss their recent losses.
Two Years Ago: While working on his computer at Sugar's bar, Job helps Sugar with his crossword puzzle.
Twenty Months Ago: Brock walks into Sugar's bar, rousts a drunken patron, and informs Sugar they are swearing him in as the new sheriff.
Four Months Ago: Rebecca walks into Sugar's bar and demands a drink which prompts a discussion about leaving Banshee.
Two Weeks Ago: Burton walks into Sugar's bar and asks him if he knows the whereabouts of Proctor.
Sugar sits alone in his bar, pours himself a drink, thinks about the past, and leaves it all behind.
A recently paroled master thief assumes the identity of Lucas Hood, sheriff-in-waiting of Banshee, Pa. Keeping his history a secret, Lucas befriends boxer-turned-bartender Sugar Bates, and settles into his new life as Banshee’s sheriff. Lucas inadvertently gets tangled up in the rampant corruption of shunned Amish gangster Kai Proctor, while keeping a vigilant eye out for Mr. Rabbit, the New York mob boss who wants revenge against Lucas and former partner and lover Carrie for the jewel heist that landed Lucas in prison.
Hanson decides to hold a rave in an Amish barn, selling homemade E pills stolen from Proctor to Banshee youth including Deva, Carrie’s rebellious daughter. Catching wind of the plan, Lucas and his team orchestrate a raid, but the effects of a tainted batch of pills send many revelers into convulsions, with one notable fatality.
Meet the New Boss
A mixed martial arts title bout is being planned at the local Kinaho Moon Casino, run by tribe leader Benjamin Longshadow and his son. Huge profits are anticipated for Banshee investors, but the enterprise is threatened when the champion angers Lucas.
Half Deaf is Better Than Half Dead
A botched museum heist in Harrisburg has unintended consequences, as Lucas, Carrie and Job renew their partnership. After coercing redneck henchman Arno to offer up incriminating evidence, Lucas and Emmett arrest Proctor for Hanson’s murder, but are detoured on the way to the jail.
A band of marauding bikers crashes the annual Banshee Spirit Festival, with deadly consequences, sparking Lucas and Siobhan to meter out vigilante justice. Burned after losing his key witness against Proctor, Lucas is further dismayed when an FBI agent arrives to monitor the situation. Rebecca Bowman, torn between passion and her Amish roots, finds a kindred spirit in the sheriff.
An ex-con from Lucas’ past passes through Banshee, triggering memories about the Albino, a brutal insider enlisted by Rabbit to make Lucas’ prison life a living hell. Proctor turns to extortion when a reverend refuses to sell his home to make room for a casino hotel.
Behold a Pale Rider
Lucas’ cover is threatened when Carrie decides to give him over to Rabbit in an effort to protect herself and her family. A drug store robbery turns into a full-blown hostage crisis at the high school, with Deva and Mayor Kendall’s wife among those whose lives are imperiled.
We Shall Live Forever
Carrie urges Lucas to let go of the past, even as an increasingly suspicious Gordon is hell-bent on uncovering hers. Cast out of her Amish home, Rebecca turns to Proctor to give her a new start in Banshee. A surprise visit from Rabbit’s lieutenant brings back a flood of memories for Carrie. As his family keeps vigil for the ailing Benjamin Longshadow, Alex gets a surprise visit from his sister.
Always the Cowboy
As Rabbit closes in on Carrie and Lucas, Carrie flees the hospital in a desperate attempt to collect her family and get them out of town. Kai introduces Rebecca to the business world, and sends Lucas a message about fooling around with his niece. Alex Longshadow recruits a Proctor thug with gambling issues to deal with a work-stoppage problem at the casino.
A Mixture of Madness
Recalling a series of prison therapy sessions that fueled his hatred of Rabbit, and pressed by Xavier’s insistence that the FBI handle a kidnapping case, Lucas makes a decision that will change the collective fate of Carrie, her family, Sugar, Job and the entire Banshee police force. A special delivery at Alex’s doorstep leads Nola to reconsider her future. Kai teaches Rebecca the power of telecommunications.
In the aftermath of their bloody shootout with Rabbit, Lucas, Carrie and the Banshee Sheriff's Department are interrogated by the FBI. Proctor sets his sights on persuading Rebecca to return to his care. As Gordon stews over his wife's betrayal, Deva shows off her resourcefulness.
The Thunder Man
Spurned by Deva and Gordon, Carrie is forced to take up a new residence. With his leadership abilities questioned, Alex ramps up his efforts to recover the money stolen in the casino heist. Siobhan relives a nightmare when her ex-husband shows up looking to reconnect. Lucas is asked to return Proctor's favor.
The Warrior Class
A shocking murder near an Amish farm fractures relations between the Kinaho tribe and the Amish, who are forced to rely on Proctor to fend off a vengeful mob. Investigating the crime on Kinaho turf, Lucas and his deputies find themselves confronted by uncooperative gang members and their imposing leader. Carrie welcomes an unexpected visitor, and Lucas deals with the sudden appearance of a most unwelcome one.
Following a lead, Lucas visits a strict Amish school teacher who might have insights into the murder of a Kinaho tribe member and the disappearance of Solomon Bowman. Emmett and Siobhan find transferring a prisoner more difficult than expected. Rebecca copes with the pain of her parents' rejection. Proctor offers Alex a peace offering. Nola delivers a final blow for justice.
The Truth About Unicorns
Lucas considers moving on after he and Carrie take a detour on their drive back to Banshee. Racine recalls the botched case against Rabbit that has haunted him for years.
Armies of One
When Jason’s past catches up to him, Lucas decides to make a deal to save the boy’s life, and maybe his own. In the absence of Carrie, Gordon and Deva’s lives spin out of control. Proctor teaches Rebecca a hard lesson in allegiance.
Ways to Bury a Man
Lucas attempts to bring down Proctor's ecstasy operation by rattling the regulars and dancers at the Savoy strip club. Carrie, Deva and Gordon unite over a family crisis. Alex receives a no-confidence vote at tribal council. Job exhibits an explosive side.
Evil For Evil
An illegal search warrant helps Lucas bust Proctor, but at a cost. Sharp and his skinheads look for payback against Emmett, testing the limits of the deputy’s patience. Carrie provides the cash for Max’s treatments and takes a small step towards thawing out her relationship with Gordon and Deva. Job finally gets a lead on Rabbit.
In New York, Job drops in on a priest with ties to Rabbit, taking a hit for his troubles. Carrie's relationship with Gordon faces a new test in the wake of another revelation. Burton silences one traitor, but another eludes him. Alex vows to deliver evidence to keep Proctor behind bars. Emmett moves on, while Brock looks to move up. Lucas and Carrie brace for an epic showdown, as does an NYPD captain with ties to their past.
Bullets and Tears
Fueled by painful memories that led them to the point of no return, Lucas and Carrie steel themselves for the fight of their lives against a vengeful Rabbit and his ruthless soldiers. Rebecca proves her allegiance as Proctor returns home.
The Fire Trials
Carrie faces a backlash in the wake of her revelation about her past. Lucas faces a new threat.
Snakes and Whatnot
Nola returns to Banshee. Proctor's mother ails from a disease. Carrie must choose between the heist and her relationship with Colonel Douglas Stowe.
A Fixer of Sorts
Lucas' secret is threatened. Tommy Littlestone organizes a second strike against Proctor.
Real Life is the Nightmare
Siobhan is torn between exposing Lucas and keeping his secret. Chayton readies his army.
All hell breaks loose as Chayton and an army of Redbones invade Banshee, looking to avenge Tommy’s death. Holed up in the Cadi with Lucas and his deputies, Proctor is frustrated by his inability to attend to his ailing mother at home. As the assault reaches a fever pitch, Bunker tries to prove to Medding that he’s not the man he used to be.
We Were All Someone Else
Reduced to the status of observer as the FBI plans a raid on the Redbone wilderness compound, Lucas decides to take matters into his own hands in his pursuit of Chayton. Still stung by Proctor’s rebuke over her initiative in dealing with the Black Beards, Rebecca is further chagrined to learn of her uncle’s burgeoning romance with Emily. Deva is drawn to a handsome stranger.
You Can't Hide From the Dead
Despite Job’s reservations, Lucas and his team pull off a daring heist at Camp Genoa. Lucas and Chayton are haunted by their recent deadly encounter. Calling a truce, Gordon and Carrie attempt an unusual intervention with Deva. Unbeknownst to her uncle, Rebecca heads to Philly to work out a deal with a spurned Proctor client.
All the Wisdom I Got Left
Lucas and Brock head to Louisiana and the infamous Underground fight club in search of Chayton. Stowe pieces together details about the Camp Genoa heist, and who might be responsible. Burton’s torment turns to resolve. Sugar looks to repay an old boxing debt. Rebecca’s initiatives put Proctor and Emily in harm’s way.
Even God Doesn't Know What to Make of You
Lucas recalls the history of his friendship with Job, while pondering the future - if there indeed will be one. Proctor and Emily pay the price for Rebecca's recklessness. Carrie and Gordon pick up the pieces of their shattered relationship. Stowe and Leo land a big fish. Bunker reconnects with his skinhead past. Deva gets a lesson about crime and punishment.
We All Pay Eventually
Lucas recalls a furtive chapter in his life and a fan of Job's work offers him special treatment. Later, Lucas is surprised when Gordon joins him for final negotiations with Stowe in Genoa, and Proctor and Rebecca pick up a new ally as they depart for Philadelphia to settle a score.
Something Out of the Bible
Lucas becomes immersed in a new Banshee crisis involving a vicious serial murderer.
The Burden of Beauty
Carrie embarks on a vigilante crusade; Brock eyes Lucas in the serial-murder case.
The Book of Job
Lucas and Carrie enlist Fat Au in a last-ditch attempt to track down Job.
Carrie strikes again; Bunker treads on thin ice; another grisly murder rocks Banshee.
A Little Late to Grow a Pair
Calvin is tested by Watts' mercenary partnership with Proctor, whose promise to the Colombians has taken a severe hit after the torching of his factory. Following separate leads in the serial-killer case, Dawson and Lucas converge in a members-only Goth club replete with painful SM initiation rites. Proctor, through Burton, sends a forceful message to his Amish kin. Brock vows justice in a televised press conference. Cruz scopes out Carrie's fortress while Sugar helps a displaced Lucas find familiar lodgings.
Only One Way a Dogfight Ends
With help from Lucas, Dawson narrows her search for Declan Bode, a Satanist “person of interest” in Banshee’s serial murders. An emboldened Calvin throws down a gauntlet to Proctor and Kurt. Carrie’s recent vigilantism ends up putting both her and Deva in peril.
Truths Other Than the Ones You Tell Yourself
Fearing for Dawson’s safety, Lucas and Brock ramp up their efforts to hunt down Bode. With the Brotherhood poised to go to war with Proctor, Kurt looks to keep Maggie safe while Calvin takes out his frustrations at the office. Job settles a score with Leo Fitzpatrick, a Camp Genoa adversary.
Resolved to leave Banshee, Lucas learns that the murder case he thought was finally closed may in fact be opening again. After a tense faceoff with Calvin and the Brotherhood, Proctor looks to finalize his deal with the Colombians. Carrie takes aim at one final act of vengeance. Brock demands allegiance from Bunker as Banshee braces for an uncertain future.