Advertisements I was looking forward to this show as I thought the premise sounded very intriguing. But the execution was very lacking. The cheesy voiceover narration makes it seem like some cut-rate cable true crime reenactment show. They didn't do a good job of creating a rooting interest for the audience. I'm predisposed to want to root for the players to evade capture, but from what we saw, the players are all idiots and I'll be shocked if anyone makes it the full 28 days. And I assume there were rules that prevented them from packing a bag before they were notified that they were on the run, otherwise, why were people packing at the last second. But if there is such a rule, they should have explained it so the players don't immediately look like morons from the very start. I like the idea and I hope future episodes are better, but I was kind of turned off by this episode. And I don't understand the logistics of shooting the show. The teams clearly had a camera crew with them. Obviously the producers are going to be in communication with the camera crews. So does it really even matter how well the teams can hide? If a team just bought a tent and some canned food and went into the forest for 28 days, would the producers actually allow that? That seems like the obvious thing to do, but also seems like it would make for a very boring show. I was bummed to see how stupid Miss South Carolina and her boyfriend were. I was hoping she'd be on my TV for many episodes to come.