I like it too. Don't really like the "hero" lead - the female surgeon. But I think that always happens with characters trying to suppress their native accents and sound American. They come off sounding stiff and wooden. Then I think the actor/actress is bad so I look them up in the cast info and see they are not from America. That explains it (IMO).
But I really like Dylan McDermott, and the rest of them. The subplots are not distractions (so far), the "bad buys" with good intentions (or hearts?) are done well and they didn't kill the dog. I was outta there if they killed the dog! Just kidding, but killing animals tends to send me over the edge and bias me towards the "killer".
The concept of the "bad guys" being way more gray than black is not new and can fail badly, but so far..... I like it.
"But the freedom that they fought for, and the country grand they wrought for, is their monument today, and for aye." "This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave."