Benjamin Bratt plays a scruffy, street-smart guy who heads a grab-bag team dedicated to getting addicts into rehab—by whatever means necessary. The show, inspired by the real-life story of addiction counselor Warren Boyd, is like Intervention produced by guerrillas. It also takes getting used to. Bratt keeps talking to God, as if that were a hipper form of prayer, and his colleagues tend to undercut each other with sniping bluntness. But the seriousness of the subject gradually takes hold. The gloom of addiction shadows everything, and the pilot ends on a sad, sobering note.