The show has a touch of sexual tension between the main characters; somewhat similar to shows like the new Magnum P.I., the Zorro movies (with Antonio Banderas and Catherine Zeta-Jones,) Whiskey Cavalier, Elementary, and on. Beautiful images from historical places. Some of the Indiana Jones, and the National Treasure (with Nicolas Cage) movies' feel of action, adventure, and the mystical. Sad to have to compare it to so many, mostly better works, but it is just about what it feels like watching this - rather as if the writers took a bit from each of the aforementioned and called it Blood & Treasure. Truly, what entertained me most was the Wilhelm Scream shortly into Part 2. I played that several times, just to get a good laugh. As it is season-end for most of the main shows until next fall, I'll likely watch Blood & Treasure, unless something else new comes along that captures my interest more keenly.