"Almost Human" is in its first season and like any new TV show it has to survive the initial days because it is hard for a new show to get picked up than the ones that have been telecast for a while. Good news is that "Almost Human" is doing well and chances are that it will stick around on TV sets for a good amount of time. Getting back to the synopsis of "Almost Human" season 1 episode 6, "Arrhythmia," here's all there is to know.
TV Guide released this synopsis:
"A suspicious death at a hospital, where a man predicted the exact time he would die, leads to the discovery of a black market for vital organs and biomechanical hearts that can be remotely shut off. Meanwhile, Dorian reconnects with a decommissioned DRN."
"Suspicious death at a hospital": Who is this suspicious person? The synopsis also points out that a man forecasts the death.
"Where a man predicted the exact time he would die": It is 2048 and technology has advanced by leaps and bounds, it is possible that the man has an equipment to forecast the exact time of a person's death. It is likely that it can be linked with the black market of vital organs that the synopsis is suggesting.
"The discovery of a black market for vital organs and biomechanical hearts that can be remotely shut off": FOX also released promotional photographs of "Almost Human" season 1 episode 6, and in one of the photographs Detective John Kennex and his partner, Dorian interrupt a transplant operation. They might be looking for leads here. In another promo picture, John and Dorian are seen reviewing a transplant operation. Apparently, a black market for biochemical hearts and vital organs exists and these hearts can be remotely shut off.
This is a mysterious case for Detective John and his team.
"Dorian reconnects with a decommissioned DRN": Why is Dorian reconnecting with this decommissioned DRN? Will it affect Detective John and Dorian's partnership?
"Almost Human" season 1 episode 6, "Arrhythmia" airs Monday, December 16 on FOX.
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