Blood and Water
Jo Bradley has just been assigned her first big murder case as Lead Detective, right after receiving the worst news of her life. Now she must put aside the personal while taking down the privileged family of a wealthy billionaire, but that’s not easy for Jo…
S01:E01 - Blood & Water
Right after a shocking cancer diagnosis, Jo is assigned her first case as lead detective of Vancouver’s Homicide Division. The victim is the son of a prominent billionaire, whose death points to his shady drug connections, and has already drawn the public’s attention.
S01:E02 - Blood & Water
Jo narrows in on a potential suspect, while getting closer to the Xie family and uncovering drama that could be useful to the case.
S01:E03 - Blood & Water
Jo and Gorski interrogate their suspect to find motive, only to find more than one Xie family member with troublesome connections to Charles.
S01:E04 - Blood & Water
As the rift in the Xie family grows, the cracks between them also splinter. Anna finally admits the truth and it’s time to bring Paul in for questioning.
S01:E05 - Blood & Water
Paul admits to knowing about Charles’ attempt on his life, arousing more suspicion by being difficult in questioning. Jo finds out a difficult news regarding her cancer and must make a choice. She is more convinced then ever that one of the Xie family killed Charles.
S01:E06 - Blood & Water
Jo confronts Ron regarding Charles and a dark family secret, but she is looking at the wrong family member.
S01:E07 - Blood & Water
The clock is ticking, Jo makes an irrational decision to arrest Anna. After the arrest Jo visits her mother and lies about her diagnosis. Paul finds out about Anna and makes a decision.
S01:E08 - Blood & Water
We find out who killed Charles, and the dark Xie secret is revealed, sending current family members spiraling culminating in a shocking death. Jo quits the force and decides to start chemo.
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