That intro music tho.
Everybody wants to be the winner.. the winner.. the winner.. ;)
I was hoping for a sordid sleazefest featuring information about Ramirez from a psychological point of view (with narration by the same guy that did 'Murder, No Apparent Motive), but instead got overweight geriatric cops talking about their routines and how much they loved each other.
The use of Anne Clark's 'Our Darkness' was odd and out of place/context. Too many millennial hipsters working at Netflix in the art direction dept? shame, this could have been great.