Animal Kingdom stars Ellen Barkin and Jake Weary
"Animal Kingdom" stars Ellen Barkin and Jake Weary pose for a photo which was posted on the latter's Instagram account. thechakeweary/Instagram

"Animal Kingdom," starring Ellen Barkin as Janine "Smurf" Cody, Jake Weary as Deran Cody, Scott Speedman as Barry "Baz" Blackwell, Shawn Hatosy as Andrew "Pope" Cody and Finn Cole as Joshua "J" Cody, will have an upcoming episode titled "Broken Boards," which airs on TNT on June 20. It will feature Deran preparing to open his bar. Read on to learn more about it.

Spoiler alert: This article contains more 'Animal Kingdom' spoilers. Read on only if you want to know more about what happens in 'Broken Boards.'

According to a press release from TNT, "Animal Kingdom" Season 2, episode 4 will show Deran getting worried about telling Smurf of his new bar that is set to open soon. Meanwhile, Amy (Jennifer Landon) and Pope will go out on a date. Elsewhere, Nicky (Molly Gordon) must make a decision and finally choose between J and Craig (Ben Robson). Emmy Rossum directed this episode which was written by Etan Frankel.

'Broken Boards' guest stars

According to the Internet Movie Database (IMDb), the following actors and actresses will appear in this episode: Scarlett Burke (Callie), Jacob Figueroa (Roberto), Kate Comer (Eileen), Doris L. Guerrero (Stella), Nick George (Sean) and Aamya Deva Keroles (Lena). They will be joined by Jennifer Landon (Amy), Vedette Lim (Heather), Noelle Therese Mulligan (Alligator Surfer) and Alex Meraz (Javier).

'Animal Kingdom' recap

The episodes before "Broken Boards" were "Bleed for It," which aired on June 13, "Karma," which aired on June 6 and "Eat What You Kill," which aired on May 30.

In "Eat What You Kill," the boys sidelined Smurf for all their jobs in the future because of a risky job that went wrong. Meanwhile, Baz continues to search for Cath (Daniella Alonso). He doesn't know that Pope killed her already and Smurf manipulated him into doing so. It was directed by Christopher Chulack and written by Jonathan Lisco.

The episode titled "Karma" showed Craig's (Ben Robson) house on fire. Meanwhile, Smurf comes to terms with the boys cutting her off from the new jobs. Speaking of the boys, they are planning to a case a church soon. This episode was written by Eliza Clark and directed by Thomas Carter.

In the episode "Bleed for It," Smurf brought J with her to the desert to visit an old friend's wake. Meanwhile, Pope babysat Lena and bonded with Amy. As for Baz, he travelled to Mexico to visit Lucy (Carolina Guerra). Plus, Deran weighed his options and the consequences of getting a liquor license for the bar. It was written by Megan Martin and directed by J. Michael Muro.

"Animal Kingdom" is based on the Australian film of the same title that was written by David Michôd. It airs in the US on TNT every Tuesday at 9 pm (ET/PT). Viewers can also catch it on Netflix. Stay tuned for more updates about the show. The next episode after "Broken Boards" is "Forgive Us Our Trespasses" and it will air on June 27.