I highly recommend the 2006 mini series The Lost Room. It’s about a collection of objects found in a hotel room in the 50s. Resulting from a mysterious occurrence in which the occupant vanished, each object carries a unique ability, some are incredibly powerful and highly sought after by an underground network of rich and powerful. others which are merely curiosities or even undesirable. The objects have been spread far and wide because having them all returned to one place could have devastating effects.
The story follows a police detective who inadvertently ends up with a mysterious key which will open any door into the hotel room, a sort of dimensional purgatory, which continually resets to its original state causing any object left in the room to disappear. The detective’s daughter disappears into the room and he sets out on a dangerous journey to discover the network of objects and owners in a desperate bid to rescue her.
Honestly, no one seems to know about this show, but my wife and I love it. It skillfully mixes tension and humor with some great performances by mostly little-known actors with a great sci-fi premise that keeps you guessing. The first episode is just a setup and feels more like a cop show, but once you get past that it picks right up.