Season Two of TNT's Hit Drama Series GOOD BEHAVIOR Premieres 10/15
Award-winning actress Michelle Dockery will be back on the bad side when she returns as thief and con artist Letty Raines, whose life is always one wrong turn or one bad decision away from implosion in the hit TNT DRAMA GOOD BEHAVIOR. Juan Diego Botto, Terry Kinney, Lusia Strus and Joey Kern also star in the seductive drama, which was created by Chad Hodge and Blake Crouch and is based on a series of books by Crouch. The second season of Good Behavior is slated to premiere across TNT's television, mobile and digital platforms on Sunday, Oct. 15, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT).In Good Behavior, Letty Raines (Dockery) always gets what she wants. She even got back THE ONE thing that had eluded her for so long her son, Jacob (Nyles Steele). Unfortunately the deal she struck with the FBI to regain custody of her son nearly cost her the love of an assassin named Javier (Botto), THE ONE man who ever truly understood her. As the second season of Good Behavior opens, Letty has patched things up with Javier and reconciled with her mother, Estelle (Strus), who had long stood in the way of Letty getting custody of Jacob. On the run from FBI Agent Rhonda Lashever (guest star Ann Dowd), Letty, Javier and Jacob are heading for a new life trying to be normal. The more Letty and Javier try to create a normal life, the more things go awry. Their attempt to build a better future for Jacob soon proves futile when something more dangerous than the FBI catches up with them: the past. The sweet taste of normality slowly fades as Letty goes from bad at being good to good at being bad. TNT's Good Behavior is executive-produced by writer/showrunner Chad Hodge and author Blake Crouch, along with executive producers Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements of Tomorrow Studios, a partnership between ITV Studios and Marty Adelstein. In its first season, Good Behavior drew a multiplatform audience of 4.1 million viewers per episode and ranked as one of ad-supported cable's Top 5 new dramas of Q4 2016. It has also drawn more viewers through VOD than any other TNT drama.