Just to conclude on the "Bullying" issue. As a SW fan, yes some of the plot decisions in recent films, or character portrayals I have not been a fan of. Still, I understand everyone involved from the actors, to the producers, everyone involved, are all still humans with feelings, and I'd never personally attack any one of them. I think KK stepping down is a great idea. On a personal level, she may be a wonderful human being. Her track record is proven, its just whatever vision she had for Star Wars, doesn't appear to be what most fans wanted. I've experienced it before. With Star Trek, Transformers, Godzilla, comic book superheroes...pretty much anything I'm really a fan of. Sometimes it is exactly what I think it should be, and sometimes it isn't. I'll admit the geek in me has taken it personal at times, and for that I try to step back and see the big picture. I guess its just that for the longest time SW was a special event. Unlike most other things I'm into in which portrayals in media are far more frequent. We got 3 great films (say what you will, I'm of the few that actually like RotJ the Best). Everything else, from the TV Films, to Prequels, to Animated Series, to all the EU was "unnecessary" but most of it was pretty good. Even despite my feelings of Disney negating the EU, TFA was a solid entry, and I really liked Rogue One, to me it was the perfect representation of an EU novel realized in film. But TLK was not what I wanted at all, and apparently I am not alone. Still I'd never bully or attack anyone involved in the film, after all, it is just a film, and people, are people (sorry if that sounds oversimplified). I'm sure KK will find another place in Hollywood in short order, and I do wish her continued success in whatever she does (if this stepping down does occur that is). But hopefully SW will recapture whatever it is that made us as fans feel that it was so special. I think a good start would be eliminating all planned films form Disney's current schedule aside from episode IX, let a few years go by until a more solid strategy can be developed. There's already another animated series coming out this fall, and a live action TV series in development. Lets see how those fare before we commit to "a film a year" for the indefinite future, especially in light of Solo's infamy of being possibly the first SW film to lose money at the Box Office.
There are no more good TV Shows, only ones that haven't disappointed me yet.