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Bellamy awakens alone and abandoned at Arcadia's outskirts, missing a week of his life. As his memory returns, he has a shocking revelation. Meanwhile, Arcadia welcomes one more returned, Margaret Langston, the powerful matriarch of the Langston family, dead for over three decades.
When Bellamy and Sheriff Fred get reports that someone is living in Caleb Richards's old hunting shack, they fear he may have returned. Bellamy struggles with the knowledge that he too is a returned, and with following the orders of his mysterious boss (guest star Donna Murphy). Janine moves back home in hopes of salvaging her marriage to Pastor Tom, despite Rachael's advancing pregnancy. Margaret Langston is furious when she learns the fate of the family business.
Sensing a need in the community, Tom creates a new parish specifically for the returned and Bellamy decides to confide in him that he is also one of them. Meanwhile, old human bones mysteriously turn up in the river and with them, implications for the Langston family that Margaret is determined to keep hidden.
Margaret convinces Lucille to host a dinner to celebrate Jacob's return, but unexpected guests strain relations in the Langston family to the breaking point. Meanwhile, Bellamy continues to research the history of the mysterious bones, and Rachael receives unsettling news about her baby.
Barbara makes strides in mending her relationship with Fred and Maggie, which only incites Margaret to step up her tactics to stop this. Bellamy's situation grows more precarious as he struggles to keep his secret from Maggie, while dealing with a strange illness that is spreading amongst the returned leading Bellamy to make some desperate measures.
Bellamy, now desperately ill himself, turns to an unexpected source, his shadowy government contact for help and ends up with a shocking revelation about his past. And after another returned disappears into thin air like Caleb Richards, the living look for answers. A newcomer to Arcadia makes Henry a tantalizing offer.
Rachael refuses treatment for the virus, fearing for her unborn child. The anti-Returned hate group True Living grows in numbers, including Deputy Carl. Elaine's brother Ray contracts the virus, despite the fact that he's living and not Returned. Brian Addison shows more than a passing interest in Margaret.
Pastor Tom's new church is becoming a refuge for the Returned as fear and anti-Returned rhetoric intensifies. Bellamy and Sheriff Fred are determined to track down the True Living members and stop them from causing any more harm, and Maggie is on the cusp of finding a cure for the virus until the unimaginable happens - a frightening kidnapping and a horrible hate crime brings everything to a grinding halt.
Arcadians mourn the loss of a beloved member of the community. The stem cells from Rachael's baby do provide the cure for the virus, but when Rachael suddenly goes missing, Bellamy and Maggie turn to an unexpected source for help. Henry learns the truth about Margaret and his family's role in the factory fire.
As a violent storm hits Arcadia, knocking out all the power, Jacob goes missing - along with Margaret, and The Langstons and Bellamy struggle to find them. Meanwhile, the tempest signals the arrival of another visitor - a stranger with a mysterious link to Bellamy.
The return of Preacher James brings an ominous new energy to the town, especially for Bellamy who seems to have a strange and unnerving connection to him. Now a detainee at the government facility, Margaret keeps to herself but her reputation precedes her and the other returned definitely take notice. Then the unthinkable happens to Henry which shakes everybody's faith to their core.
After a series of inexplicable events, Bellamy fears for the safety of Rachael and her unborn child. Preacher James predicts that the baby's birth will unleash an ancient evil. Margaret rallies the Returned at the government facility and forms an uneasy alliance with Preacher James, and Bellamy's government contact warns that something big is on the horizon.
Preacher James and his congregation of Returned all descend upon the Langston house to stop Rachael's baby from being born. Trapped inside, Bellamy, Henry and Fred arm themselves for a fight and are determined to protect their own and save this baby. But looming over all of them is the same question - are any of them really ready to face the implications of what this might bring?