I've been watching the Heroes series on Netflix "Watch It Now".
If you haven't heard of it, it's the story of accelerated evolution creating humans with "special" powers.
The story takes place in cool places like Tokyo, New York City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Odessa, Midland and Kermit.
It's a good story. I'm almost done with the first season and I am thoroughly enjoying it.
Of course, I get the extra benefit of the comic relief when they are in the Odessa/Midland mode. Here is a picture of a park in Kermit (taken from the series). I wonder if the people making the series realize that Kermit is a desert and it's 10 miles from a town called Notrees because there are no trees. It cracks me up.
At one point she goes to visit her mom at a trailer park in Kermit. She's wearing a parka for Pete's sake. The trailer park looks like one of those wooded creepy places in the backwoods of Mississippi. I think they could try a little harder to be at least geologically/climatologically accurate. Of course, then it wouldn't be near as funny.