My wife and I watched it free on Prime. So, not unless there’s something weird going on.
Anyhow, we liked it but didn’t love it. The best part was the characters and acting. They all seemed like distinct, complete, real people.
I also thought they handled the various “twists” very well, in that they didn’t really seem to think they were fooling us, so they didn’t have big over-the-top reveals, for the most part. We can’t have been the only ones to guess the crash was faked about 10 minutes into the first episode. The point of the show wasn’t OMG-huge twists.
What dragged it down was a few things:
-bad pacing… probably could have cut two or so episodes out
-inconsistency about whether the characters would actually act sensibly. Sometimes they did… actually all talking to each other and pooling their resources, etc. Sometimes, not
-everything was a bit over the top, a big hyper-exaggerated. And not (at least to me) in a “we’re all stressed out on a desert island so we’re going to snap” way but in a “hey, look at our personality conflicts!” kind of way.