I have enough thoughts on this one that I could probably do a full blog post or essay on it, but I think I'll start by saying, I don't hate She-Hulk. I don't love it either, but I haven't hopped onto the "OMG, it's bad! WOKE AGENDA!" bandwagon.
On the positive side, I actually do like the lead actress' performance in the title role, and while I don't think the show is always as funny as it thinks it is, some of the humor did have me cracking up. I especially liked the Luke Jacobson character, the reformed Emil Blonsky and his therapy group, and the Mr. Immortal sub-plot, all of which I found very entertaining. I also liked the 4th-wall breaking from She-Hulk herself. The show maybe resorts to it a little often, but I generally found it amusing enough. Daredevil was of course awesome and it was fun to see him again. And finally, while I know everyone has harped on the bad CGI for She-Hulk, the CGI for Professor Hulk seemed fine to me.
...yeah, the CGI for She-Hulk is pretty sub-standard, which is odd given that, again, the CGI for Professor Hulk seems as fine as it was in Endgame, so I really don't see why they couldn't also do justice to She-Hulk in CGI. The show also suffers from a terrible villain who is both underused and underdeveloped. He only has a few small appearances throughout the season before the finale, the revelation that he's the one running the similarly underdeveloped Manosphere site Ingelligencia is far from shocking, and his motives are all but non-existent, all causing him to be an antagonist who feels like he's got no meat on his bones. Similarly, the Josh character is also pretty bad. I get that he was just using Jen to get her blood, but in order for that to actually sting, we need to care about Josh, or else sympathize with Jen caring about him. But the character is so ridiculously underwritten and generic feeling, that I found him more boring than a piece of toast. As a result, his betrayal carries no emotional weight.
Even aside from that though, not enough of the narrative feels engaging enough for me personally. I think part of that is because so many of the other MCU Disney+ stuff was so good that it kind of spoiled me and set a high bar that this show just doesn't match. I also have to admit to not being a huge fan of the legal sitcom genre, and She-Hulk ticks off a lot of familiar boxes in that genre. Were I a bigger fan of the genre I would be a lot more on board for that, but as it is, it combines with the show coming up short relative to so many of the other Disney+ MCU stuff that it leaves me a bit cold. Basically, I found it hard to get very enthusiastic about this one, and I think another thing factoring into that is that I largely saw this one out of obligation to make sure I saw everything in Phase 4. All that being said, I don't view this as the unwatchable, man-hating dumpster fire that folks online make it out to be. Just not really blown away by it either. So kind of a "eh" viewing for me.
And yes, Titania is god-awful and insufferable, but in the show's defense, that's exactly how you're supposed to view her. So I won't give She-Hulk grief for that.