I think it's about the same, maybe a bit better. I think it'll get better as people get more comfortable with their roles and the writers get a better feel for the series.
The more I watch it, though, the more impressed I am with Joss Whedon's writing on Buffy and Angel. He'd be able to write some awesome stories for this series. He'd improve it just with the dialogue. Witchblade tries too hard to be mysterious and vague when there's no logical reason for it.
Witchblade is a show about a NY cop, Sara Pezzini (Butler) who acquires the talisman, and how she 'uses' it. There are others who wish to possess the Witchblade, or control the woman who posesses it so while she's learning about it, its powers, and her role, she's got to defend herself, and do her job.
The reason they're 'redoing' it is because at the end of last season everyone, including Pezzini, either died or was dying so she was able to use the 'once in a lifetime' power to reverse time, to a point before her partner died in the season opener, so essentially, they're redoing the first season.
I'm not doing it justice, but that's a very high overview.
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