Brief Background on Episode One:
At his professor's request, Dr. Frost decides to start working at the University counseling center. Shortly after Dr. Frost step on the campus ground though, a girl stops him and in a familiar tone welcomes him back. When someone rushes past the two we see that the girl was only Dr. Frost imagination.
Hmm... I kinda liked it. The show didn't bother too much with the back story and jumps right into Dr.Frost solving cases, which I like. As far as Dr. Frost's character though I am not sure I find him too intriguing right off the bat. The whole brilliant mad scientist that has problem connecting to other human beings seems old. Granted, a typical character set up doesn't mean the show is not interesting. I am actually one of those who is always drawn to your good old stereotype heroes, I just need either a different spin or some really good story to back them up.
This show is only suppose to be 10 episode long, so maybe by the second episode we might see some more character development that would draw me in.