14 June 2016 | therese_callahan2002
Each episode of this series took me by surprise. Here were people who decided to kill others after reading certain posts on Facebook, Twitter or what have you.
One woman decided to kill a man who loved someone else, and his love as well(their baby survived). And worst of all, she was able to get her dad to do the shooting. Even more shocking was the number of online aliases she used--and they thought she was mentally challenged. She was clearly smarter than she seemed.
Then a group of teenagers decided to knock off a boy who'd disgraced them. How they disposed of him was downright sickening.
Another young woman lost her life when her live in boyfriend and a few others overstayed their welcome. If they had just left on friendly terms, she'd still be alive.
Other instances were caused by anger, jealousy, and other factors. Only ten episodes, and my mind is still reeling.
In fact, the only one I felt was rightfully angry was a boy who killed a man who made him a sex slave. The kid couldn't take it any more.
Believe me, this series will make anyone think twice before posting just anything on social media. Your own BFF may become your mortal enemy.
Then there was the episode about the guy who lured a girl into the woods, and killed her when she refused to have anything to do with him. Heck, she thought he was training her, but he wanted more than that.
When it ended after just ten episodes, I began to wonder when Season 2 will begin.
All things considered, this series stands out like a sore thumb. Posters, beware.