The first episode has good writing; it’s a thriller where you have no idea what is coming or what is going to happen. You know that all these characters have a past together, but what is that past? It pulls you in. It’s not perfect – there are some continuity issues that don’t allow for smooth transitions. The story jumps around, and it’s a struggle to figure out where you are in the story and who knows what. The actors, for the most part, are excellent, but again, there are a couple of scenes that just seem wooden. However, all of these imperfections make the show all the more intriguing, making the show worth a watch.