There are a number of different elements that Instinct episode 12 is going to bring to the table, but one of the more interesting ones is how the series will be touch on the hot-button issue of live streaming.
Obviously, the idea of this on its own is something that could be quite wonderful — there are many positive uses for things like Facebook, Instagram Live, and Periscope. They can show off a part of your that is not often apparent to users otherwise. It’s a fun, positive, and exciting way in which to engage. On the flip side, however, there is also the danger that comes whenever said power ends up getting into the wrong hands. There are many different issues that can come along with that, including someone deciding to murder someone else for potentially millions of people to see. It’s horrific, it’s happened in life, and it seems to be happening on this upcoming episode set to air on Sunday, June 24.
In the event you want to see some more news in regards to what’s coming, the Instinct episode 12 synopsis below offers more insight:
“Live” – Dylan and Lizzie investigate the murder of a film student whose death was broadcast for the world to see. Also, Andy and Dylan realize that parenting is tougher than they thought when they agree to look after Madison (Onata Statler-Aprile), a friend’s 12-year-old daughter, on INSTINCT, Sunday, June 24 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
The story for Dylan and Andy within this episode is really just scratching the surface for one that will stretch into the finale and then potentially the second season of the show. Since these two are already an established couple, it makes sense for them to discuss and possible pursue the idea of becoming parents at some point down the road. We are certainly eager to see much of that explored now in greater depth now that we understand these characters as well as we do.
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