"Everything's a cycle," he said. "It takes three generations to make a change, and if we as the younger generation don't participate and look at the future of gaming within ourselves, we're going to lose the strength to push forward.
"It's important just to participate, to learn where our new direction is going."
Beach said he hopes that the show, which he expects to start shooting as early as July, would depict lives of people he has known.
"I have friends who are in gangs, I've been talking to a lot of people who are in prostitution and talking to a lot of people who are senators, wealthy businessmen, actors, writers, lawyers," he said. "I'm trying to address every issue that needs to be told and talked about, from success to struggles."
For more about Adam, see All About Adam Beach. For more on the subject of gaming, see The Facts About Indian Gaming.