Set in Washington, D.C., "The Inspectors" is inspired by real cases handled by the United States Postal Inspection Service. Preston Wainwright, a college senior at Jamestown University, doesn't let the paralysis he incurred in a car accident hold him back, and he enjoys working as an intern for his postal inspector mother, Amanda. Together they solve crimes, including Internet scams. The show endeavors to educate young people about making good choices and the importance of communicating with parents and includes a positive message about living with a disability.
Did You Know?
The building used for the exterior shots of the US postal inspectors is the Post Office for Washington DC 20002 and the home of the US Postal Museum at 2 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, D.C.. The actual DC HQ is located at 475 L'Enfant Plaza SW, Washington, D.C. See more