The first episode is currently available for free in HDX quality on Vudu. It was the best pilot I've seen this TV season by a wide margin. Robert & Michelle King are in the very top-tier of showrunners, and it's really great to see them step out of "The Good Wife" universe and tackle something completely different. Katja Herbers ("Westworld") plays Dr. Kristen Bouchard, a forensic psychologist regularly hired by the Queens County DA to disprove defense claims of insanity. Her professional opinion in her latest case leads to a falling out with the Queens district attorney. Mike Colter ("The Good Wife", "Luke Cage") plays David Acosta, a priest-in-training who used to be a globe-trotting journalist. Kristen and David cross paths on a case where the defendant's wife suspects demonic possession. With four young girls to raise and debt collectors calling, Kristen agrees to work for the Catholic Church as an independent contractor, helping David and his associate Ben investigate whether there's any validity to the wife's claims. The execution is top notch, and the show's mythology is fascinating to me. The pilot is deliberately ambiguous about whether anything supernatural is afoot. At the same time, it is unambiguous about whether evil exists. It does. Assuming that David's interpretation of events is correct, this show reminds me quite a bit of where "Joan of Arcadia" left off: There is a battle between good and evil being waged, but both sides are only able to operate via human intermediaries. Michael Emerson is quietly terrifying as one of the human intermediaries on the side of evil. I really like that Kristen has a fully developed home life, and that Herbers brings a completely different energy to those scenes than the ones where Kristen is operating in a professional capacity. She has four daughters, and they're like an onslaught every time they appear. They feel like real kids, not like precocious TV kids. They also give Kristen a real vulnerability; evil is sniffing around her now. I was thinking back, and I think this is the first show to genuinely unnerve me since the first season of "American Horror Story".