I binged it yesterday. I liked it. It was funny with moments of drama, and entertaining overall.
I thought the world-building was haphazard. They made some attempts to explore the effects that should flow logically from virtual immortality, but not in a particularly consistent way. But I was fine with that, since the show is clearly not meant as hard SF.
I really liked the character development for most of the featured characters. I was especially impressed with the writing and acting of one of the minor characters, Tyson (I think that was his name? Nora’s meat “boyfriend”?) He initially comes off as an arrogant, entitled dick. But, as he and Nora actually talk, He reveals some real depths. And in those depths…he’s still kind of an arrogant, entitled dick. But only kind of. He also seems to truly care about Nora.
Nathan’s character development follows a similar arc. The more we learn about him, the more we see that he really is in some ways an arrogant, entitled dick, but that he also really cares about his family. And he really does seem to love Nora, and wants to be a better man for her.
Nora definitely seems to have a type.
Other than the psycho killer, and whoever is pulling his strings, the show doesn’t really have any clear-cut bad guys. Pretty much everyone, even Nora’s cold-hearted boss, and the totally-not-a-Koch-brother billionaire, is portrayed as a flawed human being, rather than a cut-out simple villain.