Hap And Leonard (2016) is a miniseries based on a novel by Joe R. Landsdale that debuted on Sundance TV earlier this year. I haven't read any Lansdale, but one of my ex-roommates is a fan and we share similar tastes in crime fiction, so I suspected that I might like it. Furthermore, I was sold by the cast which had Michael Kenneth Williams (of The Wire and Boardwalk Empire) as Leonard Pine, a gay ex-Vietnam vet, James Purefoy as Hap, a refuse-nik, and Christine Hendricks as Hap's ex-wife Trudy. It started out promising and probably hit the its peak around episode 4 or 5 before petering out-not unlike True Detective. Certainly worth the time I put into it, but it didn't quite live up to its promise.