First...nobody was going to call me out for dating that series 18,090 years too late
(I fixed the date in the thread btw...)
Second... Stereotypes and personal opinions aside, unfortunately it falls into all the trappings of what one might expect. I really don't care about the creative teams orientation. I know the voice Actor of Pidge on Voltron Legendary defender is gay, but that doesn't mean I don't like that show. Still, if (completely out of context) if you were to tell me - a gay female is going to be show runner of a new She-Ra cartoon, what we have seen so far is pretty much what I'd envision, which is why it is so disappointing, and sadly, an easy target for others. I mean, Cam Clarke (who classically voiced Leonardo in the 80's TMNT and He-Man in the 2002 series) is gay, but he isn't bound by that when he is acting, and he does great work.
I mean, I love to be surprised, and to admit when I am wrong, especially when it comes to entertainment. But what's been revealed makes things difficult. I'm not stuck in the 80's. I mean I love to watch the original show with my kids with all it's cheesiness, it's perfect for them. But what was planned for She-Ra in the 3rd season of CN MOTU in 2004 would have been amazing, and sadly never happened. DC comics had a great MOTU series from 2012-2017, and amazing drawn out story arc with She-Ra. I was hoping for something along those lines. It's not just She_Ra though, pretty much every show I've gotten *hooked* into the last 5 years has disappointed me to the point I no longer watch them, thus the reason for my current signature.
There are no more good TV Shows, only ones that haven't disappointed me yet.