Main plot point, billionaire, stops at a "slum" bodaga (sp?), for some cigarettes, friend gets killed in the process and he decides to take over the police precinct that it happened in.
Start out, I'm a sucker for tech, so they had me at that, actors were likeable, plots didn't complete suck.
Downside, the girl, who if it went long enough would likely be the romantic interest was extremely self righteous. "Oh, you thought maybe you could make a profit from some of this and spread it around the country" (New way of doing business, new tech for cops).
And of course, you had a situation where our Billionaire buddy was throwing privacy and procedural concerns out the window (didn't care for a lot of those aspects a lot. Sort of agreed with the season villain; He was building a police state, etc.)
I bought the series and don't regret it, some pretty decent funny moments in it.
it's decent enough watching. story and acting is decent. Just a re-do of Pure Genius running a hospital. Genius - same character with familiar characteristics - rash, arrogant, impulsive, big hearted, determined, brave, innovative and brilliant. Supporting staff uses skills that genius doesn't have to save lives. "A young Silicon Valley tech-titan enlists a veteran surgeon with a controversial past in starting a hospital with a cutting-edge, new school approach to medicine. "
I liked it at first,but lost interest in it. I'm assuming since the episodes jumped from 4 to 7, that some Fox executive has stuck their nose in the sequence again. One of the biggest problems I feel is wrong, is that there seems to be only 3 cops in this precinct (which could explain why the crime rate is so bad). Need a dog handler, motorcycle, or whatever it's the same two cops. There also needs to be a bigger plot point. Crime boss, Drug cartel something that over arcs the stand alone episodes. I really wanted to like this show, but it lost me around ep7. The writers need to take the time to research how real police departments work.