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Season 1Michael is burned and spends his time trying to find out who burned him and why. In the mean time, he takes on a number of local clients just to survive. Michael is helped by his old friend, ex-Navy SEAL Sam Axe and his ex-girlfriend, former IRA terrorist and gun-runner Fiona Glenanne. Also on the roster are Michael's mother and younger brother.
Season 2Michael is now in communication with the people who burned him and working jobs for his handler Carla while trying to stay one step ahead of them with the big picture. He meets a fellow burned spy named Victor who sheds some light on who they are and why he was ultimately burned.
Season 3Michael is out from under the thumb of the organization that burned him, but he's still burned and no longer has the benefits of their resources keeping him hidden from old enemies looking to settle some scores. Michael figures his best shot is to get back in with the CIA, though this leads to him working with a series of very dangerous and unpredictable people like Strickler, Gilroy and Simon.
Season 4Michael is once again working with the people who burned him, this time he is given leeway by "higher-up" leader Vaughn to hunt a common enemy connected with Simon's actions in the finale. This common enemy ends up being the lynch pin of a NOC list that could undermine the entire organization. His investigation ends up compromising the classified data of a counter-intelligence agent named Jesse Porter, who ended up being burned and Michael recruits as part of team Westen but hides his real motivations.
Prequel:The Fall of Sam AxeThe story of how Sam Axe left the Navy. We learn a few details of his history, and his shared history with Michael. We also get to see what a fit Bruce Campbell looks like in Navy whites.
Season 5Michael's back in with the CIA and he's managed to pick apart the organization that burned him, only he's not convinced the fight is over. Is he paranoid, or is he right? The answer leads him to Anson.
Season 6Anson is at large while Fiona took the blame for a bombing and is placed in prison. Michael has to jump through CIA hoops, including contacting his old CIA trainer Tom Card, in order to get any sort of leverage to help her while she has to fend off fellow inmates and attacks on her life from outside conspirators. Just as things start to go there way a new party gets involved that sends massive ramifications across the characters.
Season 7Michael is given an ultimatum by the CIA: work with them to bring down a dangerous and illusive terrorist network, or his friends and family would spend the rest of their days in prison. Michael eventually goes deep undercover for the network, lead by a man named James Kendrick. Deep undercover work always carries the danger of an operative slowly becoming that which they pretend to be, but will the revelations that Michael learns about the organization that burned him push him over the edge?