Charlie Pugh is a burgler who one day kills a policeman in a shootout. Unfortunately, there is a witness and Charlie himself is injured. Charlie visits Dr. Vogel who prescribes pain killers. When he goes to the drug store he hears his own description on t
The first episode was good but not great. It was just enough to make you want to give it another shot and hope that some things would have been cleaned up from the time they created the pilot, shopped the show around, found a network and then began filming the second episode. But no, the general sense of lacking that was in the pilot has continued on, and while the second episode was enough to carry on to the third, the third episode seems to be the start of a downward trend. I don't believe a single actor in this show is strong enough to carry the show, let alone make their role believable. That's unfortunate because it is an interesting plot that would likely have done well with an entirely new cast and better direction.
I love Sci-Fi. I love it more when you combine it with Quantum potentials and moral questions, based in actual processes going on in the Tech, Medical, Spiritual, and Sciences communities today. AND it didn't have to have gratuitous violence and gore. Great watch for the whole family.
Interesting show, as we watch Piper learn who she is and exactly why she may not be safe. Definitely worth watching.
Each episode the same, I wanted to like it but as I said not interesting enough
The music doesn't fit the eerie setting, the pacing is irregular and the acting seems pushed to overly dramatic or emotional limits. The actors don't feel bad but the show itself is inconsistent. I hear people saying the lead is overweight but I don't see it. If I want a weird syfy mystery I watch twilight zone .......... the first one obviously.