Just watched the first episode of the Fox series K-ville.
The K is an abbreviation.
Oddly, I always spelled "crap" with a C.
The series is a cop cliche... err, drama... set in New Orleans, post-Katrina (that's what they claim the K stands for). When it's not presenting a pedestrian police story, it's hammering us over the head with the woes of New Orleans and how victimized the city is.
I'm tired of the whole "New Orleans as victim" thing, so I have little patience for heavy-handed propagandizing about the plight of New Orleans. Residents of coastal Mississippi suffered heavy losses, but they took responsibility for their own lives and made things better. Residents of Florida have suffered through multiple hurricanes, but they aren't still presenting themselves as dependent victims. Apparently New Orleans is determined to remain a victim forever, though.
But no matter where the pilot of K-ville was set, it would have been a bad hour of television.
It was nice of Fox to kick off their season a week earlier than the other networks, so I could dismiss this series at my leisure rather than tying up several hours of DVR time with multiple episodes before discovering that I was wasting hard drive space.