30 October 2016 | Commander_Sheppard
Interesting concept badly executed
The premise established by the first episode is promising but unfortunately from there it meanders in and out of various character's lives without actually delving into them as people. Each character is more like a rough sketch with some color splashed on to fake completion. The story itself is jagged and incomplete. Each throwaway character is variously presented as a likely candidate for the antagonist but never sticks around long enough to matter.
The casting is strong; which makes the poorly finished characters and shifting focus of the drama at the heart of the badly formed story that much more lacking.
Give this a miss unless you're a fan of one of the performers in which case prepare for a bit of a grind.