Based on the Steven Spielberg film, this sci-fi drama takes place in the future, where people with precognitive abilities - known as precogs - are used to foresee terrible crimes before they happen.
In Washington, D.C., it is 10 years after the demise of Precrime, a law enforcement agency used to identify and eliminate criminals before they actually commit their crime. Now, in 2065, more sophisticated crime solving techniques are used, utilizing trusted technology rather than the instincts of the precogs.
Precog Dash has returned in secret to help detective Lara Vega stop the murders that he predicts. They also search for Dash's missing twin brother while eluding those who wish to exploit their precog abilities.
Network television, although its where the money is at right now, is on the verge of dying from their own inability to adapt to the new viewers. Look at shows like Better Call Saul and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, the networks who invested in those shows signed on for two seasons before episode 1 even aired, because they know that a show needs time to grow and find its audience.
It really has nothing to do with confused viewers. It didn't get the numbers it needed. They don't trim episode orders on shows they plan on keeping. The show is/was "OK" at best. I actually think Wilder's acting skills are getting better. He's been in some decent stuff and done well.
Joe, those of us who fully comprehend and enjoy this show, should not be punished for your mental limitations. I won't explain that any further, as you won't likely comprehend that either.
Dash is okay. He seem lonely and sad.
f the writers could write different scripts and plots thia show could really be good. It is good for boredom and playing on your phone at the same time lol.
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