I heard about this and quite fancied it, but then I read that you don't get any answers at the end. A pet peeve of mine is that TV writers don't seem able to come up with a series that has a beginning, middle and end any more. Just more questions and cliffhangers to set up a further series. Ever since the "Lost" debacle, I can't watch anything that has no planned conclusion.
Oh yes, Lost has ruined a lot of TV programmes for me. The way the characters didn't seem to ask or worry about the obvious questions. This is only six episodes long, so yes a lot left unanswered, but not as much time invested so it didn't feel as frustrating.