At this point, we don't have enough data to know if it'll be good or not. I believe it has potential to be good - I just hope it can live up to that potential.
Moves and TV are fundamentally different. Movies are way higher budget per minute. TV shows actually have time to develop characters, and don't need to keep the audience excited for every second. If there's good writing and development, the specifics won't be very important.
I am curious about story arcs. TNG episodes do a good job standing on their own, with the specific character development happening in the background. DS9 (at least in the end) became very story-arc driven, such that episodes were good because they were building on an overall plot. There is a definite trend in TV today towards large story arcs, with frequent cliffhangers. I'm not sure either style is necessarily better than the other, as long as it's well played. (Though it does mean if I'm looking for an hour's worth of entertainment, I'm more likey to watch a random episode of TNG than something like DS9 or BSG)