Happy! season 1
The comedy series “Happy!” season 1 is a screen version of the eponymous comic book by the author Grant Morrison and the painter Darick Robertson. The protagonist is a sullen, cynical, heavily drinking and corrupt ex-policeman Nick Sax. He kept the law earlier, and now he is a hitman. He immersed in the world of casual murders, soulless sex and violence, carring out his dirty work. But this does not make him happy. Sax is in the hospital after one of the cases is broken. And when our unhappy killer thinks it’s over, because he’s at the bottom, a winged blue unicorn named Happy appears in his useless life. It turns out that this is an imaginary friend of one little girl who was in trouble. Only Sax can save her. Nick has a chance for a normal honest life thanks to this tiny, invariably positive unicorn in the new episodes of season 1 Happy!
A hit man must partner with an imaginary blue winged horse to rescue a missing child.
Sax crashes a high-stakes poker game to win guns and cash for an escape from New York as Happy tries to convince him he's a father. Ex-wife Amanda and ex-lover Merry team up to rescue Hailey.
Sax journeys through a dark past while he and Happy track his daughter. Merry and Amanda make a chilling discovery. Very Bad Santa coerces information out of Hailey about her dad.
Sax and Happy follow their fortunes to Chinatown. Blue's sister shows up seeking revenge for the murder of her sons. Merry's search draws her ever closer to Very Bad Santa.
Sax and Happy go separate ways following a destructive family reunion; Merry is under investigation by Internal Affairs. Hailey and children are introduced to a far more terrifying prison.
Sax and Happy embark on lonely journey in which Sax stumbles on a new plan to negotiate for his daughter's release and Happy takes solace in the welcoming arms of another Imaginary Friend.
Finally reunited, Sax and Happy make one last push to save Hailey. Amanda pursues a dangerous lead all by herself. Blue and Isabella come to blows over a dark family secret.