Season one of Boom was set at the turn of the millennium in the HQ of Enron, a multi-billion-dollar American energy company. Drawing on the music, films and trends of the late 90s, the drama followed finance manager Jim Yang after he received an email from the future. A company, Morris Capital, wanted Enron’s money and Jim had no choice but to help them. In season two, Jim goes further down the rabbit hole. The millennium is barely an hour old, and Jim finds himself hiding in a Vegas casino as federal investigators storm the building. He’s accepted the fate that his new paymasters have scripted, but is his paranoia beginning to catch up with him?