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Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television - Season 1
One day, LAPD is thinking of creating a good idea to create a workforce that engages actors with murder investigators. This experience appears to be really comic while Ryan and Mathers gently meet, solve the first two killings, start different procedures, and coexist with various comic situations.
One episode turned into two, and four hours later, I'd finished the entire 8-episode first season and found myself sitting in a puddle of disappointment because the second season doesn't air until January 30th.
The reason to watch RHSCOT is for Ryan Hansen, who is funny, charming, and an exceedingly likable lead. But he gets a little buried in the show's manic desire to incorporate and satirize every conceivable genre in each half-hour episode.
For all of its self-deprecation (and platform deprecation), "Ryan Hansen Solves Crime on Television" is a sturdy little half-hour, with a procedural template that promises a neatly tied off case at the end of each episode.