Simply put, Wayne is a perfect TV show. It's comprised of ten half-hour episodes, each of which tell their own story while adding up to a greater whole. Wayne is a "teenage Dirty Harry with a heart of gold," who spends his time beating up people who have it coming. Before too long, he finds himself on a righteous mission to steal back his father's gold Trans Am because, as he puts it, "He wanted me to have it."
I won't spoil anything beyond that, but Wayne is full of memorable characters, all of whom have a level of depth and soul that make them feel real. Even the villains, with their clear motivations and single-minded sense of purpose, have deeper meaning in their actions.
Wayne has action, romance, punk rock attitude, and heart-rending characterization. It's the closest we've ever come to recreating what it felt like when we first heard the album, London Calling, by The Clash. It's a punk record, but it's got so much variety, so much soul, and many memorable surprises along the way.
Wayne needs a second season, and if enough people watch on Amazon Prime, it may yet come to pass. It's up to you, viewers. Let's rock and roll and get some free MF'ing hotcakes!