When the Boston Marathon bombing happened, people on Reddit and 4Chan played armchair detective and nearly ruined some lives because of it.
So naturally a couple years later, CBS decided to make a TV show about it. Kind of. This Silicon Valley tech whiz, Jeffrey Tanner, wants to know who killed his kid. So he creates a software tool called SOPHE which takes crowdsourcing to a new level via a digital platform for people around the world to publicly share and evaluate evidence for criminal investigations.
Dun dun dun.
Shortly after lead Jeremy Piven was accused of groping two women, CBS decided not to order a full season. Only 13 episodes aired.
There is 1 queer character listed for this show; none are dead.