From Emmy nominated executive producer/writer Graham Yost and executive producer/director Jon Avnet comes this stylish ensemble drama that tells the street-level story of the City of Angels with a unique twist - as seen from the diverse perspectives of the city's unsung and imperfect heroes. These are the cops, paramedics, beat reporters, members of the D.A.'s office and city officials whose stories overlap and intertwine, creating the experience that is Boomtown. In a style that can be described as "Rashomon" meets "Pulp Fiction", the series employs a multiple perspective narrative technique, letting the story unravel as it is experienced from the individual perspectives of the characters - all of whom have different sensibilities and agendas. "Sometimes the best way to tell the whole story about something is not to try to tell the whole story, but to tell little stories and let the viewers put it together themselves" says series creator Yost of the storytelling style of "Boomtown". "Boomtown features Donnie Wahlberg as Joel Stevens, a dedicated detective; Mykelti Williamson as "Fearless" Bobby Smith, Steven's easy-going daredevil partner; Neil McDonough as David McNorris, a politically savvy and ambitious Deputy D.A.; Gary Basarba as Ray Hechler, a veteran patrol officer, and Jason Gedrick as Tom Turcotte, a beat cop struggling to prove himself. Nina Garbina stars as Andrea Little, a tough metro reporter whose private life is less that perfect and Lana Parrilla as Teresa Ortiz, a compassionate paramedic who has already seen too much suffering.