The second season of “The Cleaning Lady” is a prime example of a sophomore slump, as it struggles to keep the focus on Thony, as her storyline drags out, and others try to emerge.
In the two episodes FOX is touting as “The Cleaning Lady” season finale, drastic measures are taken as Thony tries to have it all and fails to.
Arman finally focuses on rebuilding his reputation, as he hopes Nadia will come through and kill Robert before Robert gets the chance to kill him.
As Robert exerts his power over Thony and Arman, Nadia finds herself pushed to manipulate Robert to regain control over her life.
Robert takes the episode off and leaves Nadia in charge, making Garrett wildly seeking vengeance, putting her in his crosshairs.
As Robert’s paranoia leads to him making life-or-death decisions, Chris piquing Detective Flores’ curiosity makes Marco’s death become an unavoidable issue for his family.
As Nadia decides to be loyal to herself over Arman, Robert plays right into Arman, Thony, and Garrett’s hands with a deal that means Arman working with Cortes.
We get our first sighting of Cortés, and, to much surprise, we meet Jaz’s father, JD, as Arman struggles being under Robert’s thumb and Nadia’s hate for Thony grows.
Notable information about Nadia’s past is revealed as a decision is made regarding Jon, and Chris begins to act recklessly.
The aftermath of Hayak’s demise is felt by Arman, as Thony presents a business deal that mostly benefits her but could become a lifeline for Arman.