the show is not bad, it's a quite watchable hour, but for me there are two things that come to mind:
- I wouldn't watched again any episode.
- I wouldn't advise this show to anyone.
Hendricks is a good character, and his bond with Music and with the city of Memphis is commendable, but it's taking its toll: in every case the victim seem to be the city itself and this mechanism appears to be a little overused.
I don't know what to think of Hendricks's boss, too much of a mom, maybe? I can't decide. the rest of the cast feels like they're extras.
Again, the show doesn't disappoint, but it doesn't shine either. It's worrisome that a cable channel like TNT, made bold by growing ratings, seem to chase the broadcast networks in watered-down show, using safe formulas.