In the pilot, a woman recounts the 1976 murder of her teenage friend via scenes Pellington shot in 16mm reversal, infusing the memories with a '70s documentary feel (pictured). The recollections are juxtaposed with a more controlled, desaturated cinematic look of scenes from the present. Pellington will stay on as consulting producer and is currently checking out directors for future episodes. Has anyone surfaced from the spots fray? "We haven't chosen any yet, but Bruckheimer's a big one for giving opportunities to people coming out of the commercials world," Pellington notes. "If there were anybody that would take a chance on somebody who's never done a TV show, it would be him."