The second season of Rogue revolved around Grace Travis (Thandie Newton) as she moved forward with her life after finally avenging her son's death in Season 1.
However, when the young female undercover operative she was responsible for went missing, Grace was forced to go back undercover inside Ethan's (Cole Hauser) security firm.
This season, Grace - convinced that Ethan holds the key to her survival - once again goes rogue and heads to Chicago.
A corrupt General sends Ethan to Chicago to infiltrate the firm of notorious attorney and power broker, Marty Abrams (Richard Schiff). He quickly discovers Marty's dealings extend beyond the boardroom into the dangerous world of one of Chicago's most feared gangs.
Meanwhile, Ethan meets Marlon Dinard (Derek Luke), a respectable, high-end storeowner, who seems to have more going on than meets the eye. Ethan tracks him and his half-sister Talia (Bianca Lawson).
When a reporter on the brink of discovering the depths of Marty's empire winds up dead, Federal Agent Harper Deakins (Sarah Carter) is assigned to investigate his death. Grace and Ethan work together to bring down those who murdered her son and have Ethan under their thumb.
These seemingly separate cases interconnect and ultimately reveal a powerful conspiracy that connects the white-collar boardrooms to the gangs of Chicago.
Rogue is produced by independent studio eOne in association with DirecTV. Created by Matthew Parkhill, Rogue is executive produced by John Morayniss and Michael Rosenberg for eOne, Parkhill and Nick Hamm for Momentum TV.
On FOX Africa, Season 3 went on hiatus after 10 episodes, on Friday 12 August, 2016. It resumed with Episode 11 in a new timeslot on Tuesday 10 January 2017, at 21h00.