Star Trek: Picard
As much as I loved seeing Patrick Stewart back in the role of Picard, I was mildly disappointed in the series. The TNG call-backs were touching but also felt a bit like fan-service. Most weren't integral to the plot.
Picard, like Discovery, portrayed the Federation and Starfleet as bad actors when, to my mind, they're supposed to show that we really can have institutions that will do the right thing. The idea that the Federation would outright ban synthetic life, even after a disaster, just doesn't rhyme with the Federation we know.
In addition, we now have admirals swearing, former Starfleet officers killing in cold blood... It all makes Star Trek more like any other science-fiction show.
There were a couple more moments in the final episode of the first season that were let-downs for me, but I don't want to give spoilers.
On the whole: not great, not terrible.
What did everyone else think?