- Actor-Shared Background: Like Dash, Stark Sands has a twin brother and an older sister.
- The Cast Showoff: Stark Sands has appeared in the original Broadway casts of American Idiot and Kinky Boots so it's not surprising that his character Dash sings "Sexual Healing" in one episode
- Continuity Lockout: One of the show's biggest problems. It's all but incomprehensible if you haven't seen the film.
- Critical Dissonance: The show received mixed reviews at best, but did gain a fairly enthusiastic fan following, though naturally, being a science-fiction show on Fox, it became a victim of The Firefly Effect. General consensus on the show seems to be that it improves as it goes along and has a chance to build its Myth Arc (note how the IMDB ratings of individual episodes steadily go up from around 6.5 for the early episodes to around 8 by the end of the season).
- Moral Dissonance: Many reviewers have taken issue with how the show seems to be advocating that living in a quasi-fascist police state would be worth it for the drop in crime, with us always being expected to root for the cops without any sense of irony.
YMMV / Minority Report (2015)