Hmm we saw it and thought it was kind of a C-grade show. A-grade is classic stuff like Mary Tyler Moore (I'd also put Friends in there, Seinfeld, that sort of thing) and/or stuff that you go out of your way to tape, B-grade is decent but not classic shows, and an A-grade show can hit B-level when it gets stale, like the later seasons of Friends and shows like Everybody Loves Raymond and Home Improvement. C-grade shows are (at least for us), the kinds of things that you don't tape, don't prefer and really just check out during the commercials being shown for A- and B-shows. I think we will watch a little longer in order to see how it goes, because it could improve (e. g. we'll give it a chance, so this isn't necessarily my last word on it), but right now it just seems to be a C-grade program, which is bad as that was only the pilot, and the character is already known. No backstory was really needed, and no work needed to be done to make him likeable, yet the pilot still didn't do what it was supposed to - make you really want to watch more of the show.
But we were, or at least I was, expecting it to be woeful, and I wasn't disappointed.