This magical new series is a crime show dressed up in whimsical, day-glo colors and infused with a romantic myth of love-in-death. It may sound improbable and unworkable, like Amelie combined with Vertigo, but it happens to be the best new show of the fall. Lee Pace plays a man with a gift: He can revive the dead with a single touch. This makes for good business. Paired with a private eye (Chi McBride), he resurrects murder victims, asks them to name the killer, puts them back to sleep and collects the reward. But then he revives a strangled corpse who was once his childhood sweetheart, Chuck (Anna Friel). Their feelings instantly, reciprocally come back to life. How will he avoid that second fatal touch? The key here is Friel's charming, unaffected performance: Chuck is glad to be alive, of course, but her true happiness is just to be in love.