Dr. Jack Del Rio is ripped from his scotch and his boat by a phone call that transports him back to a terrifying time in his past. Partially retired, divorced, and an infamous womanizer, Jack hasn’t had to think about the emergency care of a certain young woman that spun out of control 20 years ago. At that time, a baby was missing, a young woman was fighting for her life, and Jack was unable to convince anyone that a crime had most certainly occurred. Jack has spent 20 years trying to forget that episode, only to find that a team of new detectives is hot on the trail of a dead baby discovered in a house in Newport, RI that dates back to that infamous week. Now that the detectives need Jack, he wants nothing to do with them. But when they tell Jack that he has a much closer connection to this baby then he ever dreamed, he has no choice but to help solve the crime. What Jack doesn’t realize is that his medical expertise is just what the detectives need to turn him into a suspect and defendant. With a medical twist, only a doctor could conjur, Lost Generations has the medical precision of XY and the heart of XX.