It was a wonder to see this available. Pushing Daisies is one of the most unique and charming shows ever made. Its setting is so quirky. It's... retro-fantasy? Suburban storybook? I dunno what you'd call it, but it follows in the vein of Edward Scissorhands or Matilda (or even Harry Potter, a bit) in creating a strangely anachronistic, timeless world and infusing it with weirdness and its own unique style that blurs the line between magical and mundane.
Ned is a character with the ability to bring things he touches back to life - and he uses it to make pies. The fantastic made mundane. But the mundane is also made fantastic in every scene, every setpiece, every quirky character.
This show has so much personality and heart and is so weird and inventive. It's not a shock it got cancelled so quickly for that reason - and for the fact that it's heartbreakingly sad, for reasons that should be apparent based on its synopsis. That makes it hard to watch at times, but it's just so sweet and fresh that it's so worth it.
If you like Edward Scissorhands, Matilda, Dead Like Me, Pan's Labyrinth, or the Shape of Water, you should definitely give this one of a kind masterpiece a try.