I’ve run afoul of the Criminal Element again, this time with a look at the Esquire TV series Spotless.
After the detectives have gone and CSI gets done picking dandruff out of the shag carpet; after the police barrier tape comes down…then what?
Someone’s gotta clean up the mess. The crime-scene cleaning industry is probably the only part of the crime world that hasn’t been explored/exploited onscreen. Those poor guys get all the gore and glop the cops do, but don’t get a Bruckheimer series made about them.
Until now, that is. Spotless, a new Esquire TV series, explores the domestic and criminal possibilities of mopping up after someone’s very bad day.