The clues presented in the series were decoded to form a toll-free phone number for viewers to claim a $1 million prize. The prize was won by Mark Nakamoto, of West New York, New Jersey, who was the first to call in after the final set of clues were broadcast on ABC's Monday Night Football. See more »
The show wants to be a hybrid of Twin Peaks, X-Files, Murder One and a whole lot of other whodunits. All it ends up being is boring. The dialogue is trite. I can't help seeing Affleck's smirking face. The script just isn't good enough to make me forget the show is produced (and written) by Hollywood's wonder team of Affleck and Damon. I just expected so much more. It was a good idea. It could have been great but it just doesn't cut it. The show was quirky without being quirky enough to hold my interest. This show is no Twin Peaks. I didn't even last out the first two hours of Push, Nevada.
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