A few things I watched in the last few months:
I liked that they didn't demonize Kite Man to get Ivy and Harly to be together.
It's also both awesome and funny that Gordon becomes an unhinged super badass when he's off the bottle, I hope we get more of this series.
Transformers War for Cybetron Trilogy: Siege
It's not super bad like the Prime Wars Trilogy fortunately, it's actully pretty decent but it's made mainly for Transformers nerds and I wonder if I would have understood everything had I watched it before I started my Transformers spree a couple of years ago.
Still, it's irritating that a prominent character in the series like Ratchet is a US exclusive while the other minivan Ironhide is widely available but has barely one line.
At first I thought it could be potentially queerbaiting given it's still Disney (who thought live action Le Fou was groundbreaking representation) but nope, they are just treating it like the classic high school crush including plenty of awkwardness-based comedy which manages to be both endearing and hilarious at the same time.
Of course they could still no-homo it into oblivion this being Disney.
The main plot finally moves along after a mostly episodic road trip, let's see where it goes.
Star Trek Lower Decks
Uhm, seems nice enough. Fortunately it doesn't seem to go into edginess for its own sake. Now let's just hope the usual Kurtzman way of writing sci-fi doesn't manifest itself.
Mariner seems almost a deconstruction of nuKirk, she's gifted but also completely undisciplined to the point she was rapidly relegated to be an ensign, though she did seem to have legitimately risen through the ranks at a certain point, let's see how it goes.