Season 2 of The Cleaner returns with powerful storylines that illustrate complex and compelling lives of people, while digging deeper into the development of William Banks and his team.
A friend who's also a program member asks for Banks' help to get her husband to rehab, but the case is complicated by the fact he's not only a newscaster, but a national spokesman for sobriety, and in the midst of a rescue that must be completely confidential Banks finds he's dealing with personal issues that affect both him and his client.
A weekend with Ben turns into a busman's holiday when William must deal with two alcoholics.
Still reeling from his separation, William decides to detox a pregnant woman at his safe house, rather than utilizing a hospital, a decision he may come to regret.
Jonathan, a talent manager, hires William to help his star client kick her drug habit. But William soon discovers that Jonathan's parents, who are big L.A. nightclub stars, are alcoholics and need some cleaning up, too.
Two identical twin sisters, seemingly polar opposites, discover that their paths to recovery may be intertwined. And a close friend of William's who's an addict puts a strain on their relationship.
When William is hired to clean up a cop who's addicted to drugs, he must find the best way to handle an addict who's armed. Meanwhile, Akani searches for a shelter for a homeless woman and her dog, and Swenton tries to help an alcoholic father and his 10-year-old daughter.
A hospital administrator calls on William (Benjamin Bratt) to help a surgeon who is abusing drugs and the doctor’s girlfriend, a nurse (Rebecca Gayheart). William finds himself going head-to-head with a genius transplant surgeon who contends that his addiction makes him a better doctor. Meanwhile, Melissa (Amy Price-Francis) takes in the nurse’s son while she detoxes, awakening old issues.
An upscale woman named Gail seeks William's help in retrieving her drug addicted son from jail in the Inland Empire.
A self-help guru's drug addicted son disappears right before the release of her second book, so she turns to William for help.
While William watches his daughter Lula rehearse for an important ballet recital, he begins to suspect that the star ballerina, whom Lula idolizes, is addicted to drugs.
An attorney seeks William's help in getting a champion boxer with an alcohol problem clean in time for a big match.
A former client of William's calls on him to save his drug- addicted girlfriend, who also happens to be the daughter of a powerful Mexican drug dealer.
William (Benjamin Bratt) must help an old friend (Richard Lewis), who chooses heroin and speed over his wife (Annabelle Gurwitch) and two kids, commit to getting clean. Meanwhile PK (Whoopi Goldberg) attempts to wrangle some of the other addicts William has helped recently for a surprise party in honor of William's ten-year-sober birthday. Guest stars include Gary Cole, Janina Gavankar, Steve Landesberg, Paul Schulze, Jeanette Brox, Michael Beach, Dionysio Basco and Joy Bisco.