Episode 1: Election Night
As a most unexpected election night unfolds, president Oliver Pierce brings some into the loop and cuts others out as he ponders his next move. Will he ride into the sunset or make the most momentous decision of his career?
Episode 2: The Cage
While America watches the first public interview with president-elect Dunwalke since election night, sitting president Pierce begins a more private conversation. As one man lays out his vision for the country, another enlists his oldest friend in a desperate attempt to save it.
Episode 3: Opening Gambit
Monumental undertakings begin with just a few, subtle steps. President Pierce moves his pawns into place while trying to protect his queen.
Episode 4: Goddamn Rockford
Pace Media reporter Daniel Schwartz isn’t the least bit excited to be in Illinois acting as Victoria’s hammer. Trying to see what he can shake loose about a cover-up proves frustrating. But at least there’s lunch.
Episode 5: Upstate
Ron freezes in Upstate New York while recruiting a new co-conspirator. Back in DC, the vice president gets the cold shoulder.
Episode 6: Smart People
Several key players contemplate who could be behind recent events. Some are getting close, others are getting scared, and a few are looking to get even.
Episode 7: Going South
As hope of eliminating the Electoral College dwindles, Ron heads to Austin to begin the next phase of the plan. But he’s not the only one still working to put the pieces together.
Episode 8: Faust
In life, there are choices.
Episode 9: Transition
What happens when the man you’ve been working to destroy comes by your office for a chat?
Episode 10: This Is Insane
When all other efforts prove fruitless, the president sets in motion one last Hail Mary attempt to stop Dunwalke’s march to the White House.
Episode 11: The Dirty Trick
With the Inauguration just days away, president Pierce must convince a new player to take the riskiest move in the game.
Episode 12: Inauguration Day
Charles Dunwalke is placing his hand on the Bible…
Episode 13: Preamble
We hold these truths to be self evident.