“Minority Report,” Fox’s new show based on Steven Spielberg’s 2002 sci-fi movie of the same name, premieres on Sept. 21. Speaking with reporters during the Television Critics Association press tour on Thursday, executive producer Max Borenstein revealed a few details about the D.C.-set series, including some news about Washington’s NFL team.

By 2065, the Redskins have been renamed the Red Clouds, after the legendary former leader of the Oglala Lakota tribe. No one asked Borenstein if Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, who would turn 101 in 2065, eventually sold the team, or if some other turn of events led to the change.

A trailer for the show, which stars Meagan Good, Wilmer Valderrama and Stark Sands, shows Sands in a Washington Nationals cap with a 2054 World Series patch on the side.

And what of the Capitals, Wizards and D.C. United? Borenstein didn’t say, but Deadline reports that D.C. will feature a “cooler public transportation system” in the show.

Cooler as in all the cars are air-conditioned, or cooler as in they don’t derail inside tunnels? We’ll have to wait and see.