This show needs to do something radical to keep airing.
A small progress was made in this episode, the hiring of Dr. Burke (from Grey's Anatomy) as the handler was a good call as the show is in bad need of needs actors with previous acting experience and who *feel like* acting when on screen.
Still, the need remains for swapping the actress playing the lead character, for someone with acting skills as a show can't can't survive if the "star" can't act.
The dialogue overall is even in the 2nd episode (or should we say third if we count the pre-air) rather stilty, as if people were reading directly from the script. A show which is steril like an operating theatre, void of any emotion and embodies a near complete lack of chemistry between the characters has some kind of inert problem which must be identified and remedied.. and quickly. Send the cast on a "teaming" weekend or try pairing them with new people (new / replacement cast members) until chemistry is found. Do something.. Please!