1.  Premiered on TNT cable network July 9, 2012.

2.  First episode drew 5.6 million viewers, which is (as of this writing) the 2nd highest cable TV freshman premiere of the year.

3.  The show first appeared on TNT’s development schedule in 2009.

4.  Rachel Leigh Cook, who portrays FBI agent Kate Moretti, provides the voices for several characters on the animated series Robot Chicken.

5.  Eric McCormack (Dr. Daniel Pierce) sang the Elton John-Bernie Taupin song “The Greatest Discovery” on the album Unexpected Dreams – Songs from the Stars.

6.  The original title for the series was Proof.

7.  The character of Dr. Pierce has been described as suffering from schizophrenia.  Schizophrenia, which is NOT the same as multiple personality disorder, has a worldwide prevalence between 0.3% and 0.7%.

8.  The first episode includes a scene in which it is implied that former President George W. Bush  lied about Saddam Hussein and his supposed weapons of mass destruction.  (It also implies that President Bill Clinton lied about something, although the subject of the lie is not stated.)

9.  The character of Max Lewicki, Dr. Pierc’es teaching assistant, has been described as “a perpetual student who has spent nine years in college and has had sixteen majors and not a single degree.”

10.  The initial number of episodes ordered for the series is 10.