This show is a fine way to spend eight hours of your attention, especially if you're easily impressed. I just found it to be a shame that such a unique and creative concept (originally a graphic novel) that was recently adapted into an impressively quirky, original, and exciting movie, was rebooted so ineffectively for the sake of a television series just a few years later.
Jennifer Connelly, Daveed Diggs, and plenty of other generally excellent actors were really wasted on this terrible writing. What the story itself focuses on is fairly interesting, but the fact that this script is nothing but a hodgepodge of simplistic while relentlessly melodramatic lines, with no relief, and no actual character building or depth, the content is really lost on arrival. With the budget and visuals this project had behind it, this writing team needed to either really upgrade the quality of their output, or just shoot in a more comedic direction. There's not nearly enough work done on the part on their part to hold up to how brooding and serious a tone they were shooting for.
That said, Jennifer Connelly did her best to make this mess look good. Props to her for that. Almost saved the day a couple times, on that front. Still a little too little too late though. This project made me like Daveed Diggs much less.