Doom Patrol is good.
The only thing is that I still have to read Grant Morrison's run, so I can't tell how much of his stuff is in there and how much it's just normal Doom Patrol weirdness.
Star vs The Forces of Evil
Kind of impressive to see Star getting more and more focused as the series went on, quite a difference from the flighty teenager with no attention span of the start of the series, quite a contrast with Eclipsa's womanchild tendencies and general absent-mindedness.
She-Ra and The Princesses of Power
The second season part one obviously concludes in a cliffhanger. I like that Catra is so used to be under the petty Shadow Weaver that she completely misreads the more pragmatic Hordak at basically every turn. Also the throwback episode was incredibly funny.
Finally Ducktales is getting a regular schedule, what is it with cartoons and weird schedules?
I dug around for some Transformers (Yes, I'm in a bit of a nostalgia bender) stuff and went to Transfomers Animated and Cyberverse, I didn't have the courage to go and dig up Generation 1 and Beast Wars (which was known as "Biocombat Transformers" over here and had a completely different intro), the former because my experiences with 80s western cartoons I liked is that they very much don't hold up most of the time the latter because boy that early CGI animation is stupidly ugly.
I liked that in Animated the main cast was a bunch of underdogs, from Optimus Prime being someone that had been reassigned to antarctica to the others being either ordinary workers or failures of some kind that have to somehow deal with more militarized enemies, a pity the finale is a bit rushed. Cyberverse seems fine enough and I like all the backstory bits including Optimus Prime originally being a file clerk and Megatron originally being someone who wanted to make Cybertron Great Again. I'm not sure about starting Transformers Prime since: 1- I don't like the Bay-esque look; 2- It's apparently in continuity with two of the videogames that aren't available for purchase in steam anymore and that bugs me to no ened even if they aren't strictly necessary.
I also discovered several strange things, like that a weird transfomer I had when I was little wasn't a knockoff like I believed but a character from a series I never saw called "Brainstorm" and that apparently I was spared a childhood trauma by never having seen the movie (of which I was only vaguely aware of, I barely connected that the recurring catchy 80s nerd rock song also known as The Touch was from that one).