Allison McLean (Kelli Williams) is a police detective. Her loving husband, Matt McLean (Jonathan Scarfe) owns his own construction company. They have two teenage children. They take in Allison's brother's (Luke Perry) two teenage children when he goes to prison. The sister-in-law is in drug rehab. The McLean's have a very good, healthy marital and family relationships. The crimes she solves are very interesting and not sickening - no child rape or serial killers. No swearing. Married couple shown in bed kissing. A good-looking man's chest shown but no female naked breasts or buttocks of either gender. No private parts shown.
A visually beautiful and/or interesting show. Upbuilding so you feel good after watching every episode. Loving adults who helped others but were not wimps.
Great acting. All the actors terrific.
So of course, there is only one season. If this had vile cursing, nudity, casual sex, gross immorality, gratuitous violence, gray/black scenes, much ugliness, no admirable people, probably there would have been more seasons.
These is really a worthwhile show, the script writers terrific.