Burnett To Come
Solving a murder is one thing. Solving a murder without leaving home is another. In the tradition of this year's hip Rear Window update Disturbia, a dozen would-be crime-stoppers are ensconced on one side of an apartment block facing the curtain-challenged "home" of actor Russell Crowe. Armed with nothing but their wits, one girl with freedom of movement whom all competitors must figure out how to share (Elisabeth Hasselbeck), and a dazzling array of high-tech surveillance equipment, players race to be the first to solve each week's crime. But what they don't know is that Crowe is receiving constant updates on each player's investigation, and if you get too close, he's coming after you. Crowe uses a phone-shaped club to "eliminate" the investigators week by week, one by one, until nobody is left but the "investigator" who was wise enough to mind his own damn business.