My Missus and I have been looking forward to this one, because we're big fans of Ryan Murphy when he's good, and we figured the restraint of eight episodes would keep him from the wild time-wasting plot diversions of American Horror Story. Also, Sarah Paulson could be my wife's twin sister. Try as I might, I couldn't spot much of anything that wasn't correct for the time, from the specific (if stark) colors used throughout to the cloth covered appliance cords and nifty curtain fabrics. There is a glaring artistic license later on in the series which can be overlooked as a needed plot device, but other than that, this thing is worth a watch to see the clothes, furnishings, cars, shoes, appliances, office spaces, barware, etc. One caveat: Though it's supposed to explain the backstory for Nurse Ratched in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, This Nurse Ratched has absolutely nothing to do with the film character, as far as I can work out.