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Shades of Blue 2×10 Whoever Fights Monsters preview

Harlee and Wozniak lead a manhunt for the gunmen who ambushed the crew.

Shades Of Blue 2x10
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Harlee (Jennifer Lopez) discovered what Stahl (Warren Kole) was up to on the latest episode of Shades of Blue.

Checking Cristina’s (Sarah Jeffery) phone, Harlee discovered that someone was texting her daughter posing as Miguel (Antonio Jaramillo). Keeping her cool, Harlee managed to coax Cristina into telling her about the man who had been talking to her about her father’s disappearance and she quickly realised it was Stahl.

When she discovered that Caddie (Michael Laurence) had died from an overdose, Harlee realised the extent that Stahl was going to and arranged a meeting with him using Cristina’s phone. She brought Stahl’s boss Baker (Leslie Silva) with her resulting in Stahl getting a disciplinary for his illegal behaviour.

That didn’t deter him though as he paid Saperstein’s (Santino Fontana) mother to find out what the numbers meant on an envelope he’d found. He was told that was where Saperstein was buried so he got himself a shovel and started digging.

Meanwhile Wozniak (Ray Liotta) was confronted by Nate (Cameron Scoggins) about his sexuality, causing a heated argument. They were interrupted when unseen gunmen opened fire on the crew and Harlee had to rush Nate to hospital when he was shot.

Elsewhere Loman (Dayo Okeniyi) tried to stop Nate from telling Verco (Dov Davidoff) the truth about his father, unaware that Verco was listening in to them.

The next episode of the season is Whoever Fights Monsters. Harlee and Wozniak lead a manhunt for the gunmen who ambushed the crew, while Stahl goes rogue to link Harlee to Miguel’s murder.

Tune in to Sky Living HD at 10pm on Monday to see the episode. Preview it with our gallery and the promo below:

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