Daniel Holden is freed after 19 years on death row. As he adapts to life outside, anger is reignited in the small town to which he returns. Daniel Holden may be free, but the battle for his life is far from over.
After 19 years on Death Row, Daniel Holden is released due to new DNA evidence. He returns to his childhood home, struggling to adjust. Meanwhile, the Senator who prosecuted him plots to reopen the case.
While Daniel explores town on his own, Amantha worries for his safety. Ted Jr. fears for the future of the family business, and Senator Foulkes learns some valuable gossip from his secret lover.
Daniel retreats from the stress as his return opens old wounds. Tawney reaches out to him, unbeknownst to her husband. Jon confronts Daniel's original defense lawyer, and Amantha fears the town's anger may erupt.
Janet's day in town with Daniel becomes a media spectacle. Back on the case, Sheriff Daggett questions Trey Willis about a missing witness. Daniel and Tawney connect in unexpected ways.
Daniel loses his grip on reality as he wrestles with life after Death Row. Following a surreal night with a mysterious stranger, he finds himself at odds with Ted Jr., who questions Daniel's innocence.
The town's anger hits the boiling point, and Daniel's family goes on alert. Foulkes presses for a retrial. Ted Jr. & Tawney recover from disturbing encounters. Trey Willis searches for the missing George Melton.