Arrow? I never quite 'got' into it. I watched its first season, but something about its second really felt flat to me, and I tuned it out. I couldn't say why specifically; I can only say that it felt like it was going in a direction I didn't understand.
The Flash? Love it. Mostly. Every now and then, the writers will introduce a villain that I'm not all that interested in, but the growing cast of characters remains interesting to me, and I'm still with it.
Supergirl? Meh. First two-three seasons were great, but then for reasons I don't quite understand its writing staff decided every single episode needed to involve some ongoing political commentary, and I loathe being preached to in my escapist entertainment. Gave it up as a result.
Legends Of Tomorrow? Double meh. I liked its first two seasons, but as the show wore on the plotlines just grew increasingly -- well -- stupid. The characters have almost turned into parodies of themselves from the early episodes, and I can't imagine giving it another chance.
Black Lightning? Well, I gave it a few episodes, and it wasn't for me. Liked the lead, for sure. Liked the basic set-up. But something about the show's vibe felt off, mildly manufactured.
Batwoman? Hmm. Well, let's just say I gave it about thirty minutes before I turned the channel. Again, I don't mind a reasonable amount of general goofiness and politicizing, but eventually it crosses a line where I feel like "I'm just not this show's target audience." No problem with that.
Stargirl, thankfully, kind of takes the TV superhero formula back to The WB's Smallville mix: you have a budding superhero who just wants to 'do right,' no matter what shape that takes. It's a kinder, gentler program, one that I'd be willing to stick with for the time being. It's a young cast, and they're all just kinda/sorta finding their place in this world; and -- though I've seen it before -- the actors and actresses make it work for me.
In any event, I saw news today that the show was picked up for a second season (link right here), so I thought I'd share that tidbit with everyone.
As always, thanks for reading ... and live long and prosper!