Tonight's "Pilot" Episode: Roadkill
Evil never wins, when there's a "genius" cop on the case!
A golden-haired, movie producer's wife has been killed in Los Angeles, California, and Lieutenant Brock Cinder is on the case. A cop's cop, Brock is a lone wolf, and, the envy of all in his department.
But the tough cop with flair, has been wounded by a life event. Will such baggage--that burdens his heart to this day--help him to solve this crime? Or--together with what he sees at this roadkill--will it encourage him to quit the force, and turn his back on catching killers?
(*Fun fact: Rather than use the traditional "Chapter 1, Chapter 2, etc., headers--for each "cliffhanger break" in the following story--I chose, instead, to go with more "nostalgic" headers [i.e., "Tonight's Episode, Act I, Act II," etc., and "Epilogue"], since that style had been a similar case in classic Quinn Martin Productions like the following three television cop/crime series: "The Streets of San Francisco" [ https://youtu.be/SLec8xEG8xE ], "Barnaby Jones" [ https://youtu.be/bkx2jWGZVJU ], and "Cannon" [ https://youtu.be/eIfdD191II4 ]. I've always loved that "Tonight's Episode..." TV format style opening, as well as the "Act Number" appearing on the screen, regarding each of the later main intro scenes, for such TV mystery shows.)