I very much don't like to post bad reviews. I know tastes vary and something I dislike might be just the thing for someone else. But in this case, I feel it could be helpful to the empathic to hear what the protagonist is like.
I think the intention is for the audience to like the protagonist and be rooting for her. But the writers make that impossible. Her lack of remorse and inability to accept responsibility for her actions could have been the topic of any number of TED talks and YouTube videos about psychopaths.
Let's take the family cat as a representative example. In the first episode, the protagonist nearly kills the cat. She not only doesn't care, she wants to leave it dying on the floor. When her children protest, she says she'll take it to the vet when she gets off work at the end of the day. Her children rightly point out that the cat will be dead long before that, and force her to take the cat to the vet.
Nearly killing the family cat isn't funny. Not feeling any remorse for her actions is alarming. Brushing off her children's pain is therapy-level bad parenting. Saying she hates the cat "anyway" because she's allergic to cats is a wildly inappropriate reason for wanting it to die.
Worse yet, when she finds the vet is going to charge a few thousand for the necessary surgery, she wants the vet to euthanize the cat rather than spend the money. She's about to be made a partner in a major law firm. Money shouldn't have been an issue.
And that's just one example from the first episode.
Ever the optimist, I alternated between watching and fast-forwarding through the rest of the first season hoping to see the protagonist redeemed. She isn't.