by YouShouldKnow - Is this helpful?
An interesting premise. Plane takes off and lands 5.5 years later, but to the passengers it seems like they didn't feel it pass. The whole world has moved on and now that they're back, everybody wants a piece of them.
It's the usual stuff: relationships destroyed, people passed away, cults, visions, etc. That's all to be expected and the realistic part of it.
What made me stop watching were the plot devices: unsaid words and incomplete sentences, obvious lies to one another, secrets made that can't be kept, giving into "fate", etc.
To top things off the repetitive overuse of the christian god to explain, judge or support actions.
The actors aren't bad and can convey some emotions pretty well, but they could really do without all the obvious plot devices.