‘The Catch’ Episode Guide (March 9): Ben Comes to Terms With His Criminal Past

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‘The Catch’ Episode Guide (March 9): Ben Comes to Terms With His Criminal Past

“The New Deal” Season 2 Premiere (03/09/17) – Con man Benjamin Jones has gone from committing the ultimate betrayal to performing the ultimate sacrifice, when he turned himself in to the FBI to save Alice from wrongful imprisonment.

Now in jail, Ben is forced to reckon with his criminal past, while the team at Anderson Vaughan Investigations must come to terms with getting in bed with the bad guys. How will Alice and Ben game the system – and each other – to stay together and overcome their less-than-legal pasts? The highly anticipated season two premiere of “The Catch” airs THURSDAY, MARCH 9 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on the ABC Television Network.

“The Catch” was written by Allan Heinberg and directed by Rob Bowman.

“The Catch” is a sexy, scintillating game of cat and mouse between L.A.’s top private investigator, Alice Vaughan (Mireille Enos), and the man she loves, Benjamin Jones (Peter Krause), the world’s most formidable con artist. At the beginning of season two, con man Benjamin Jones has gone from committing the ultimate betrayal to performing the ultimate sacrifice, when he turned himself in to the FBI to save Alice from wrongful imprisonment. Now in jail, Ben is forced to reckon with his criminal past, while the team at Anderson Vaughan Investigations must come to terms with getting in bed with the bad guys. How will Alice and Ben game the system — and each other — to stay together and overcome their less-than-legal pasts?

“The Catch” stars Mireille Enos (“The Killing”) as Alice Vaughan, Peter Krause (“Parenthood”) as Benjamin Jones, Jay Hayden as Danny Yoon, Rose Rollins as Valerie Anderson, Sonya Walger (“Lost”) as Margot Bishop, Elvy Yost as Sophie Novak and John Simm as Rhys Griffiths.

“The Catch” is from Shondaland and ABC Studios. Allan Heinberg is the show runner and executive producer. Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers and Julie Anne Robinson serve as executive producers.

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