On Betrayal, a chance meeting between photographer Sara Hadley (Hannah Ware) and Attorney Jack McAllister (Stuart Townsend) leads to an instant and undeniable attraction. Sarah's husband, Drew (Chris Johnson), is a successful prosecutor with political aspirations, while Jack is married to Elaine (Wendy Moniz), the daughter of his boss, Thacher Karsten (James Cromwell). When Karsten's brother-in-law Lou is murdered, all evidence points to Karsten's son, T.J. (Henry Thomas). Jack, the company's lead counsel, will have to defend him, but for Sara's prosecutor husband, Drew, this is the kind of high-profile murder case that can secure his political future. Just as Sara and Jack's affair is starting, the lovers find themselves in an impossible situation -- on opposite sides of a murder investigation.
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... A Better Place 01x13
Sara's survival is in doubt after being shot, which forces intense reflection by her family and Jack's as they ponder what comes next.
Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth... 01x12
Old habits are hard to break for Sara and Drew, but Jack and Elaine struggle with a turbulent time with their kids. Meanwhile, Drew and Jack form an unlikely alliance to work together against Karsten.
... The Karsten Way 01x11
The truth about Lou's murder becomes clearer in the wake of Jack's confession, which shocks the McAllister and Karsten families with the fear that he might go to prison. Meanwhile, Sara searches for evidence to clear her lover's name by revisiting their past.
... Number 16 01x10
Elaine and Aidan struggle with defining their relationship as they continue to get to know each other. Jack takes a big step in his relationship with Sara but it may all be for naught as the murder investigation looms. Karsten continues to whisper in Drew's ear about Lou Mrozek's murder, while Drew's reignited interest in the case leads to a shocking result
It's Just You and Me Now ... 01x09
Jack takes Sara on a romantic road trip even though the FBI is hot on his trail. Meanwhile, T.J.'s behavior goes from reckless to dangerous as he struggles to deal with Brandy's death and find his place at his father's company; and Karsten finds an unlikely ally to settle a score with Jack.
... One More Shot 01x08
TJ becomes reckless after a traumatic event leaves him unable to cope. His predicament forces Karsten to confront his past and take drastic measures in the present. Meanwhile, as Valerie and Victor celebrate their birthday, Jack realizes he's become disconnected from his family. Sara and Drew struggle with the new dynamic at home and how it impacts their son
... We're Not Going to Baileys Harbor 01x07
Neither Sara nor Jack's families will ever be the same after Drew's discovery of the affair. As Sara and Jack attempt to navigate their newly fractured relationships with their spouses and children, Elaine seeks support from an unlikely source. Meanwhile, a despondent Drew discovers information that could reopen Lou Mrozeks murder investigation, and Zarek, anxious to please Karsten, resorts to drastic measures to deal with Brandy
... The Things That Drive Men Crazy 01x06
Sara's concern about Jack's and her relationship being exposed intensifies. Jack makes a difficult confession that leaves him vulnerable and exposed, but brings him closer to Sara than ever. Meanwhile, Drew obsessively tries to find out what his wife's been up to
... Nice Photos 01x05
Sara and Jack's secret trysts cause Jack to make an effort at home and Sara to blossom with a new sense of self-confidence. Meanwhile, T.J.'s new friend, Rodney, finds a crucial piece of evidence in Uncle Lou's murder investigation. As Drew's case of corruption and bribery is crumbling, he tries to coerce Brandy in a last-ditch attempt to trap Karsten
... That is Not What Ships Are Built For 01x04
Drew confronts Sara about her recent whereabouts, but does he already know about Jack? And with the hold on his kingdom beginning to slip, Karsten resorts to unsavory tactics in an attempt to stay in power. Meanwhile, TJ tries to find his independence, even if it means running with the wrong crowd.