Juggling parental responsibilities, complicated relationships, a viciously smart pre-teen daughter and an aging parent — all while earning a living — would be difficult for anyone. But it’s particularly tricky when you’re a criminal for hire. Ray Shoesmith (Scott Ryan) “takes care of people” — relieving them of drugs and guns, collecting debts, and often taking care of some individuals on a more permanent basis. He demands respect and doesn’t tolerate it when someone disregards his very clear code of ethics. As this riveting, darkly funny series progresses, Ray’s increasingly volatile work collides with his imploding personal life, and he finds himself struggling to stay atop the complex web he has woven. By Season Three, family life looks a little different as Ray quietly mourns a loss, while figuring out how to care for his aging father (Kenny Graham). And as Brittany (Chika Yasumura) grows into a young woman, she draws further away from Ray and comes closer to discovering the truth about who he really is. Things seem good with Gary (Justin Rosniak) and Dave (Matt Nable), however since severing ties with former boss and confidant Freddy (Damon Herriman), Ray is working freelance and feeling a sense of isolation. With business booming, a new connection with criminal kingpin Rafael (Jeremy Sims) intensifies Ray’s struggle, and when sparks fly with new colleague Zoe (Emily Barclay), an unexpected tragedy makes Ray question both his career trajectory and his ethics. Fellow underworld figures dub Ray “The Magician” for his uncanny ability to make things disappear. As his family crumbles, emotions rage and violence escalates, the blood on his hands may finally cause the magic wand to slip.