Underwhelmed, annoyed, bored ... but also wondering if this is a rare case of pilot being less interesting than successive episodes (it's happened before, not often). Yup, I would much rather have seen a show where the main characters were the ones trying to figure out what happened, rather than the victims. I think the pilot should have started by setting up the characters, focussing on those who took the first flight, then the shocking mid-act break is the discovery that the second plane is missing. We jump ahead and see how everyone's coping with missing their missing, presumed dead, loved ones, when suddenly we get the news that the second plane has landed, five years late. That's another surprise. And instead of announcing that no time is past (or showing it to us), we get the visceral shock of seeing your loved ones and realising they haven't changed, even the youngest. Blackout, cliffhanger.
It's irksome the professionals can't figure out the most interesting way to tell a story. But I guess if they want a procedural where, yet again (yawn) people with surprising abilities team up with crime-fighting professionals to solve mysteries, then so be it. I'll check out episode number two to see if it corrects episode one's errors, or is just another crime-solving show (and jeepers, if you're going to talk to yourself telepathically, wouldn't you be a bit less cryptic with yourself? I would think "go slower" means I should take it easy and relax a bit, not that I should yell at the bus driver. After all, "set them free" wasn't a command to a third party).