This I can believe. WandaVision started weird, got pretty okay, ended up kind of lame/safe/on-brand.
Been trying to avoid spoilers but the mid-season finale is apparently pretty berserk. I’ll be interested to read what you think of it.
Just be aware that because they had to shove it into 8 episodes, S&B has a “take no prisoners” attitude to keeping up with the lore and events in general, though it seems like you may enjoy that given the comments on the unmentioned time-skip in The Nevers.
EDIT - I seem to be having watching kids shows relating to franchises I liked when I was younger, because they’re really easy to watch whilst playing Stellaris or doing certain parts of my job. I’ve watched most of Star Wars Resistance, and I’d say, out of the 30-odd episodes I’ve seen so far maybe only 3-4 of them were “not good” and only one was “press skip” levels of “not good”. This is a remarkable record for a kid’s show, I’d say. It’s actually pretty likeable and funny most of the time, I’d say it was better than the slightly older-aimed Clone Wars, on average. I don’t think this is a widely-held opinion I admit. Clone Wars, if you average over all the seasons, like at least 30-40% of the episodes are pretty dubious (and often basically humourless to boot) and many of the bad ones are close to unwatchable. I do think it’s the sense of humour that saves a lot of these episodes (reflected in things like the main character’s ridiculous “stealth walk”, which keeps coming back). A couple of the bad ones feature really confusing morals too - and one of the dumbest has to be the one which tries to make out that the First Order has TIE pilots jockeying for kills and stuff, which is not at all how they act in the movies (it’s implied the Empire was the same). In the movies, TIE pilots are universally disciplined and flying in formation, and it’s the Rebels/Resistance who are doing less disciplined stuff. Anyway the whole episode seems really confused message-wise, like it’s trying to make out the First Order is bad both for being too disciplined and not disciplined enough. But most of it is better than that, and I personally like the main character and his friend Neeku, who admittedly is… a lot… is usually kind of fun. Also redemption arcs for bad guys which is an automatic plus point for me. I would have loved this show as a kid.
I’m also watching Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, which again, I would have loved as a kid (the little black kid, who is the sensible and sensitive one, was pretty much how I saw myself at say, 10-12). It has certain flaws and really one of these kids need to get eaten, but it’s pretty charming, and seems really, really Jurassic PARK-ish, despite technically being Jurassic World, which is very much a good thing. Plus like I’m in my 40s and I still love the dinosaurs, I guess that will never go away. And there are some incredible lines which are clearly aimed at grown-ups (not a sexual way or anything, just like hysterical commentary on certain aspects of the movies). They really do need to reboot it with feathered dinos or something though, or have them grow feathers once no longer contained. I know Dr Wu explains it in JW as them being “fake” dinosaurs but it’s 2021 people, I want a fluffy t-rex (we know close relatives were now - China found a kind of t-rex, quite a big one, with what was basically shaggy fur-feathers - a shaggy t-rex would probably look terrifying).