NBC's new show Undercovers, which premieres tonight, is generating a lot of buzz for being one of the exceedingly rare network dramas to feature two black lead actors. (Good old liberal Hollywood, always being dragged kicking and screaming toward ethnic diversity.)
But even better than that, I think, is the fact that the two are a happily married couple. No sleeping around, no will-they-won't-they, no break-up-and-makeup until the audience is exhausted. A real, honest-to-goodness marriage.
That's the freshest breath of air I've felt coming from television in a very long time.