The Unusuals was perhaps a bit too unusual for network television, spawning a mere then episodes before it was summarily executed - I mean, canceled.
The series, which starred Amber Tamblyn as a recently transferred from vice homicide detective paired with a veteran detective [Jeremy Renner] who knew when to ignore the rules, The Unusuals mixed elements of comedy that verged on slapstick [the lengths on member of the homicide squad would go to not get killed on duty] to the serious [removing evidence that could tarnish the memory of less than perfect cop in the eyes of his family].
The show was fast-paced and even its most outrageous bits were [admittedly loosely] based in the experiences of members of the NYPD. The first rate cast included Lost's Harold Perriman and Adam Goldberg, so there was a lot of talent on hand.
While I wish the series could have gone on, Renner probably wouldn't have play the role in The Hurt Locker that won him the Oscar® if it had.
There's a brief, if insightful, making of featurette included, but that's about it.
If you like some of USA Network's shows [Burn Notice, Covert Affairs, White Collar], where character is essential, then you might enjoy The Unusuals.