It is a series of criminal events, exemplified by the reality of 'Jett' Kowalski, who spent time in prison after several dangerous tasks. After a short while, Charlie Baudelaire tries to get Jet back into those operations as Jet agrees to do a last job through her former partner, Rufus 'Quinn' Quinton. Things change when Quinn is killed and Kowalski has no choice but to work on changing paths and collaborating with an evil Russian man.
Probably a little too derivative for its own good, but through five of its first nine episodes, it marks another fun-but-not-too-deep entry in Cinemax's stable of expanded B-movie genre pieces. And it's a great showcase for Gugino.