In season two, Angie Tribeca and the detectives of the LAPD investigate the murder of a sushi chef, the death of the “bad boy” in a boy band who gets decapitated by a t-shirt cannon and a band of drug-dealing lifeguards. Then, they tackle a difficult case with the help of a romance novelist.
A man is found dead in a dog park, and Lieutenant Atkins doesn't think Tribeca is ready for the case because she hates dogs and just woke up from a coma.
Tensions are high between Tribeca and Scholls after a sushi chef's skull is found in the ocean because of the love triangle they have with Geils.
Geils goes undercover as a lifeguard after a string of suspicious drownings, but Tribeca is worried that he's getting in too deep.
A massive conspiracy is set in motion after a seedy dating website is hacked for seemingly vague reasons.
Tribeca believes that a 102-year-old's death isn't as natural as everyone thinks, but her concerns aren't heard because of her probation.
Atkins assigns a romance novelist to aid Geils and Tribeca in their attempt to bust an organ thief at a local hospital. Why? Why not? Does anything have to make sense anymore? Or can shows just do whatever they want with no explanation?
Geils and Tanner investigate the mysterious death of a reunited boy band member while Tribeca finally meets with Sgt. Pepper. Why? Seemingly, he's connected to Mayhem Global, but what is Mayhem Global and why do they keep bringing it up?
A member of the Coast Guard is murdered, and somehow Tribeca and Geils connect it to Mayhem Global. Why? What is the point of all of this? What is it all leading to?
When a graphic designer is found dead, all evidence points to Tribeca. Why?! What does it mean?! It's just needless cliffhanger after needless cliffhanger with absolutely no accountability for narrative satisfaction!