If this was the effort that they put into the premiere episode, it's only going to get worse from here. I honestly thought I was watching the CW for a minute there. The characters are bland, boring and were clearly cast for the purpose of representation ("Gotta catch 'em all"). The "story" seems to center on a family that consists of the "killed tragically parent" that will only be referenced in flashbacks for exposition, the "brilliant scientist/leader/soldier/doctor/fill-in the blank" parent (because they can't ever just be ordinary), and finally, the two daughters who are always the "smartest, bestest, most specialest, good at everything-est", unflawed, morally superior beings. Now, they write them as being polar opposites, but eventually you see them morph into essentially the same character. Anyway, the father has been traded to a mysterious group of evil baddies (you can tell because they're literally dressed in all black), for the purposes of helping them out, and cementing the "Alliance of The Three". Of course, "baddies gonna bad", so now the daughters have to take off and rescue daddy. So they party up with two guys (super betas of course) in true Lord of the Rings fashion, and set off to save the day (Hooray!).
TLDR: It's basically a giant "representation-fest" with little to no story, zero background or build-up, no "hero's journey" earned abilities, standard issue (for 2020) PC characters that tick all the boxes, show. All appearance; no substance.