Reviews are all opinion. If you agree, that’s fine. If you disagree, that’s also fine. When I review a series or movie, I look at it for a few important factors:
1) Character Development and Relationships. Do the characters grow and change as the series goes on? Do they learn from the other characters? Do they change for better or for worse? Characters need to develop over the course of any television show or movie in order for us to relate to them and for them to feel believable. Also how well do the characters relate to one another and how does their relationship grow over time?
2) Story. How well is it developed? Does anything make sense? Is it linear? Have continuity? A little bit of logic (even if the series is illogical)? And a big one…does it take itself too seriously when clearly it isn’t supposed to?
3) Tying up loose ends. This only works for series that have ended. And by tying up loose ends, I mean answering most of the questions posed. Especially those tied to important plot points.
4) Humor. Is the humor appropriate for the series (for example, a silly show having slapstick humor, a serious show having witty humor, or for an example of wrongly matched humor, a serious show doing something that’s slapstick in nature)? Is it funny? Does the humor add or detract from the main purpose?