By The Associated Press – NAPLES, Fla.
— When your kids watch TV, you’ve got to watch the network.
But if you watch the TV in front of them, you might as well watch the show in front the kids, too.
That’s the message the new Netflix series “Watch Dogs 2” offers to mothers.
The new series, which stars actor Aiden Pearce, stars Aiden as a police officer who becomes embroiled in a high-speed chase in the fictional city of Chicago.
Pearce’s character was a high school wrestling coach who was mentored by his estranged father, a high ranking cop.
Pearce plays a police chief who is trying to restore order in Chicago as the city is on edge following the murder of a black teenager.
But a series of police brutality cases and the death of a cop by a man with a history of mental illness has pushed Pearce and his family to confront the violence and injustice in the city.
“You can see the power of what happened, but you can’t see it as you were there,” Pearce told The Associated White House Correspondents Dinner on Friday night.
“You have to be there to be affected by it.
So it’s important to be aware of that and not be afraid to say, ‘I’m here for you.
I want to help.'”
The show follows Pearce and the rest of his family as they try to get their lives back on track after the events of the first season of the show.
He says it is about being a father to a young girl and a police captain, and his daughter is part of the family.
“I think the biggest thing is that I’m in love with her, and she’s the one who’s my hero,” Pearce said.
“And I love her.
And so it was important for us to be able to say ‘yes’ to her and to not be so scared of what’s happening.”
Pearce, who grew up in the South Side Chicago neighborhood of Wicker Park, was born in 1987.
His parents divorced when he was 3.
He is currently pursuing a degree in journalism and public affairs.
He said he wanted to tell a story that would be meaningful to his daughter.
“When she is watching the show, she’s watching something that’s really special, and that’s something that we have to fight against,” Pearce explained.
“So it’s a little bit different, but she’s a part of it.
She’s not a spectator, so I think it’s more of an experience, a reflection of what we’re living through.”
The series, written by Matt Reeves and directed by Chris Nolan, is set to premiere on the streaming service on Oct. 24.
The series follows Pearce as he tries to figure out what he wants to be when he grows up.
Pearce said he is excited to get into the role of a police Chief.
“We’ve got a new sheriff in town.
And I want the opportunity to be the guy who puts the handcuffs on the bad guys,” Pearce joked.
“I’m really excited about that.”