Keith Raniere is found guilty on all charges, including racketeering, sex trafficking, forced labor conspiracy, identity theft and production and possession of child pornography. Many survivors of his abuse come forward to deliver powerful victim impact statements and he is sentenced to 120 years. His supporters work to exonerate him, and he plans to appeal. Nancy Salzman comes to a painful reckoning; she is sentenced to 42 months in federal prison.
A chilling event from Patrick’s past returns to haunt him. Gino and Henry are determined to uncover it at any cost.
Flynne and Wilf discover Aelita’s ties to the Neoprims, who want to destory London as we know it. Inspector Lowbeer makes her appearance in London and demands to meet Flynne, Burton and Conner.
Ziwe explores gay pride and corporate allyship with drag queen Katya Zamalodchikova and actor Adam Pally. Later, she premieres her next hit music video and learns to vogue. Featuring iconic special guests Rowan Blanchard, Ricky Allure, Sam Taggart, Ike Ufomadu, Michelle Davis, Ronald Metellus, Jen Goma and Celine Edmondson. Season finale.
Ay, Ya’ll remember how we used to hit the club and do the Pool Palace and Crank Dat and nobody got shot? Yeah me neither.
Dr. Strauss struggles with the reality he finds himself in. Sam is consumed with practical necessities, but agrees to his therapist’s advice to make different choices.
Out of the blue, Earth’s old rulers return. They make a great case for changing the way society works, but Rick isn’t going to put up with it.
Charles, Oliver and Mabel collide with their podcasting mentor-turned-competitor, Cinda Canning. Subsequently, a key clue requires the trio to orchestrate a classic stakeout — Brazzos-style. New York has never been more glittering.
Jimmy reaches his breaking point. Larry becomes suspicious. McCauley and Miller talk to an important person in Larry’s life.