Adam Warren The Family Satire

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Thrilling, mysterious, and psychotic are all the words to describe the ABC’s new show, “The Family”. As most dramas and thrillers may have it, the show centers around finding the kidnapper of Adam Warren; the child that has returned home after ten years of disappearance. The two main questions to be asked throughout the show is: “Who truly is the kidnapper?” and “Is this really Adam Warren?” These questions can be answered when the show airs at nine eight central on ABC, channel seven. You definitely don’t want to miss it. If a television is not available for you at that time, you can always stream it online 24/7 or wait for it to go on Netflix. Believe me, the wait is worth it. Parental discretion is advised for those that aren’t 13 years…show more content…
In the first five minutes of the television show, you watch a brief summary of all the events leading to where the producers want you to begin watching. We see a teenager walking alone in the street during the murky night. We assume that this person is the missing child, Adam Warren. Then, the focus switches to ten years ago where we see Adam Warren again, but as an eight year old kid. These flashbacks occur often, which does allow for a good perspective. Although at times it can be confusing if you are not paying close attention. However, we get to see the way the characters are portrayed before Adam’s disappearance. During the flashbacks that occur ten years ago, we see that eight year old Adam loved to make boats in a bottle. However, present day Adam does not remember anything about making the phenomenon. Adam’s older brother, Danny Warren, is convinced that the person that has returned is not his brother, but an imposter. To keep the viewers curious, the writers live up to both sides of the story. However, there are certain scenes where it appears this returned boy is indeed a stranger to the…show more content…
The first person, Hank Asher, is a neighbor that was easily accused of the murder of Adam Warren since he is a registered sex-offender. Except there is another person who seems to fit the shoe. The show, however, does not reveal his name. In a recent episode he destroyed some evidence that would appear to link him to Adam. Again, it seems obvious who the kidnapper is, but we don’t know the full story yet. A good thing to remember when watching “The Family” is that not everything is how it appears to be, as there are many twists. I can agree that all of these factors make into a successful plot twist, which the producers are going
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