Since there are only 8 eps scheduled, I think I can make it through. Started a little slow, and there is enough intrigue and questionable allegiances here for a Russian novel. Maybe a little too much, making things confusing to follow the characters' motivation. The wife thinks her hubby started all of this, but he didn't; she was lied to. Those who know do not correct her misinformation due to their own agendas. Well, at least that makes it realistic. My life is full of that; so is everybody's. USA Today really hated it. I don't think it will light the world on fire, but I am hanging in, finding it worthy of watching for now. Time of course will tell. Always a big Rahda Mitchell fan. Lee Tergeson too. No obvious problems like some of the shows yanked early (or late depending on your POV) recently. It's not The Sopranos, but then what really has ever been? And that is a good barometer, actually, If I would rather get The Sopranos on DVD and watch the repeats of that over any particular new show, that tells me I am wasting my time on that show.