Watched the first three episodes. From a production standpoint this is pretty amazing stuff, I do like that there's actual effort put into this plus it's very rare to see an animated show with episodes around the 40 minute mark at least in my experience. Combined with how successful this has been I'm hoping people take notice and maybe apply similar ideas to their own productions. I actually highly recommend people watch this even if it's just for the production values alone cause I can totally see this being a game changer for the entire medium! That makes what I'm about to say kind of painful for me to type out, because unfortunately the other parts of the show just didn't click for me. It's not bad at all by any means but I just found myself not really compelled to continue but that's entirely on me and not the show's fault. If you're baffled as hell reading that I don't blame you cause I'm honestly just as baffled myself. I want to stress that I don't think this is a bad show at all, hell, I'll say it's a damn good show but it's just not clicking with me. With the awesome strides this does take in production, I'm looking forward to seeing how this impacts the medium in general. If it's as much of a game changer I'm convinced it's going to be, there's bound to be something that comes along that takes those things I mentioned in that first paragraph and applies it to something I'll love! That's ultimately what I'll commend this show for, it'll probably wind up inspiring my next favorite thing someday, or someone else's next favorite thing! That's already one hell of a feat in itself.