2 March 2021 | cheddavis-85503
There's a chance
There's a chance this show can make a go of it, but they really should have started with a better explanation. Instead of details of what's going on, we get treated to strange things 'a happenin', with little context. The score and music are alright, even good, but there needs to be better editing so it doesn't distract from the story. Riann Steele gives a very credible performance, but Thomas Cadrot is going to need to step up his game to get in sync. Special effects are well done, but there's simply not enough backstory at the beginning to allow the viewers to really follow along. All we really know is that lack of gravity is involved.
If the next episode or two ties things together and gives us a foundation then we could have a sleeper program that could rise to the top. If instead we get the same kind of "weird things of the week" style of programing I doubt it will last very long. The pilot did little to provide any conclusion or explanation of why we should have enjoyed the previous hour - so I think the next week or two is going to be sink or swim for the show. I'll give it a 6 for now, and it could go either way quickly.