ABC has released the preview and the episode 2 synopsis of its new series, Deception. For some of these details, take a look below:
“As Cameron continues to focus on helping his brother, he and Kay get to work on a case that has unknowing tourists participating in a reality show – yet it’s anything but real, it’s deadly.”
The next episode will have Kay volunteering to help Cameron in his mission to find the mysterious illusionist who framed Cameron’s twin brother, John, much to Cameron’s surprise. This mission is Cameron’s driving force in everything that he does now. He only began helping the FBI after he figured out that a case of theirs related to him and in order to find the person who put his brother in jail, he has to help the FBI with their other cases. So for the rest of the season will be looking at a case of the week format while working Cameron’s brother’s case. We suspect that as the season continues on, it won’t focus on the John’s case as much, in order to drag it out and expand on it. Again, the driving force of the series right now is the scandal so they aren’t going to want to end it anytime soon.
For the upcoming episode, Cameron will be getting involved with a group of people picking on tourists and as Kay and Cameron will be going up against some dangerous people with guns who will definitely kill them. Of course, helping Cameron and the FBI will be Black’s team which include his make artist/producer, Gunter Gastafsen, and illusionist butler, and Jordan Kwon, who assists Gunter. This is what we are looking forward to. Black’s team is great and the concept that they will build illusions in order to help the FBI solve a crime is insanely fascinating.
The forming relationship between the FBI and Black and his team will also be great to watch. How will the FBI work with a team of people who put on shows for a living in order to trick them? Surely, the FBI does not want to be tricked so it’s going to be a great to see the challenges they are going to face together. We will have to tune in this coming Sunday to watch it all unfold.
Deception is on ABC on Sundays at 10 p.m. For more news related to Deception, be sure to visit this link.
This story was written by Samantha D’Amico. If you want to follow her on Twitter, you can do so at SAM_iamXO. (Photo: ABC.)