I'm one of those Star Wars fans that never hated the Prequel Trilogy and felt it got more hate than it deserved. It wasn't perfect but neither was the Original Trilogy and I felt it did have its strengths.
I believe it's important to separate the art from the artist. It's possible to still appreciate a piece of art while disagreeing with the attitude/mindset of the artist and it's possible to not be a fan of a piece of art while having nothing personal against the artist.
One of the most important things I learned at a young age is that reality is filled with irrationality. You don't have to dig very deep to see examples of someone in real life saying and/or doing something that doesn't make any sense.
I will never understand why some bother to "hate watch". Fair enough if one doesn't like something but it makes no sense for one to invest their time in something they clearly don't like just so that they can keep repeating their complaints like a broken record. I would hope others can see the difference between constructive critique compared to "hate watching".
Today marks the 15th Year Anniversary of the Ben 10 Franchise (and the Original Series). While the Original Series is my favorite series of the franchise, I still feel that the sequels and the Reboot Series have their good points to them.
I heard that ThunderCats Roar recently premiered its final episode. While it was my least favorite show from the franchise, I'm not going to rub salt in the wounds of anyone who may have liked it even if I personally didn't find it appealing.
Members such as @RegularCapital, @Francisque and @J10 may find this interesting: the LMBTQ propaganda song from Nick Jr's Azur series populates the prides. The screenshot is taken from the 18:00 CET M1 news.
And this is the news report in video.