Before trying to shill their nonsense as “based on a real story” the writers of this show should’ve stopped to consider if anything in their story made sense outside of their shriveled heads. Not a single thing is properly thought through in this “police drama” where police don’t investigate crime scenes, ignore obvious evidence and then convict random people on assumptions that make no sense; where serial killers run wild across the town without even trying to conceal themselves and pose for security cameras; where grown up people talk to each other like middle schoolers (the dialogue of the two FBI agents is in particular moronic).
Then at around episode 7 the writers seem to finally give up, and the show completely falls apart with characters purposefully acting against their own interests to get killed.
|A couple of characters are kind of likable||Crimes aren’t thought through and make no sense|
|So bad it’s funny||Everyone in the show is exceedingly dumb, and can’t solve kindergarten-level “mysteries”|
|Dialogue is so poorly written you can never guess when a character is supposed to sound dumb and when “witty”|
|Motivation of some characters is muddled beyond the point of understanding|
|Feels more like an abomination of a hundred of random half-baked ideas rather than a cohesive narrative|
|Completely falls apart around episode 8|