In general fannish news, I'm in the middle of watching the new The Baby-sitters Club series on Netflix, and so far I'm really enjoying it. It's super cute, and I like how it's staying in spirit of the books while being an updated version for modern times, pretty much like how I suspected after watching the trailer. Each episode is half-an-hour, and it's just really fantastic. I really love the vibe of the whole show, and I love how inclusive it is to fit in with today's social climate, and it's just really great. There's not really much else to say about it, aside from how adorable it is and how I want there to be a second season. I think if you're looking for something lighthearted, this is the show to go for at the moment.
Doom Patrol is back and I'm just enjoying the wild ride of that show.
Agents of SHIELD is in the middle of its seventh and final season, and I'm really liking it, perhaps better than the sixth season. I like the concept of them time-traveling and going through the different eras. Also seeing Enver Gjokaj return as Daniel Sousa (from Agent Carter) and him having a bigger role was honestly a pleasant surprise. I'm loving it so much.
As a whole though, I have to say I'm sad this is the last season because after this there will be no more Marvel shows (that are non-MCU based, that is). I may have shared this before but it's incredibly relevant and true, there was an article written about how we're losing something important with all the cancellations of Marvel shows. I'm someone who doesn't really care all that much about the MCU movies but loved all the Marvel shows that existed, it honestly truly sucks that we're losing something that actually took risks with Marvel properties. But it's ironic that Agents of SHIELD, perhaps one of the most overlooked and underestimated of Marvel shows, is the last one standing. And I think it was the first Marvel show in recent years before any of the other ones came on board, so yeah, it's quite fitting in a sad way.