'Graceland' preview: 5 reasons to watch USA's new, dark drama

"Graceland" isn't your typical "blue-skies" show on USA. The story of undercover federal agents working out of a California beach house is instead a fairly gritty drama involving drugs, murder and deception -- and that's just in the first few minutes.Sure, the show -- which stars Aaron Tveit ("Les Miserables") and Daniel Sunjata ("Rescue Me") -- also features surfing in a beautiful setting, but the waves are not the point. And that's okay. "Graceland" is meant to be somewhat darker than other shows on the cable network. The darker tone works well in this, giving a sense of urgency and foreboding to the character-driven crime drama.This is definitely a show to watch -- here are five reasons (only slightly spoilery) why you should:1. This is not a cheerful, family-friendly show. You should expect more "Breaking Bad" and less "Monk" when watching. Seriously, a character injects himself with heroin and then takes a bullet. And...



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