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Wow...as I found out earlier this past summer that JJ Abrams will produce this show I was eager to see it, but now as I watch this few episodes I can say that this is by far the worst thing JJ ever did.
Firstly, the main characters are boring, there is no chemistry, and as the story goes, they are supposed to be experienced spies but their skill is shown as less then average. I guess the main premise of this show was to put few nice looking people on the show and let's wait and see what happens. And what happened was a big mistake.
The only character that is worth something is Hoyte and I am wondering why he isn't given more space in the show.
This show, like any spy show had potential, and I guess JJ got this on behalf of his previous success stories, but I will be absolutely stunned if this show goes beyond the first season, I wouldn't be even surprised if it was canceled in the middle of the first season, it's that bad.
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