Loki Season 2 on Disney+
I'm a little behind, and I still have one episode to go, so I hope this recommendation does not sour following the conclusion.
(Cough, Secret Invasion, Cough)
The big draw on this is Tom Hiddleston and Owen Wilson's chemistry as work buddies in the TVA as the organization falls apart around them. Jonathan Majors does a good job playing a nerdy Kang variant.
Though, Marvel may just kill the whole Kang saga plan in light of the actor's off screen behavior and the whole souring of interest in MCU phase 4 and early 5. Odds are at least even that we'll be seeing less Marvel output and a soft or hard reboot at some point.
Either way, Loki is a bunch of fun with Miss Minutes and Ke Huy Khan's Ouroboros as stand out characters.
I like it (but perhaps less if I don't like how they land the last episode).
Vox Machina on Prime
I'm also behind on this anime-inspired show. I finished the 1st season, and still have to get to the 2nd at some point.
The Critical Role voice actors have created a fun D&D style show with all kinds of fantasy fun with dragons, vampires, dark magic, and even some steampunky artificing with an intense gun-wielding character.
But the tight writing, voice acting, and irreverent humor are the big draws of the show.
A certain montage where the characters go around the circle detailing the worst kill/victory they ever inflicted was hilarious, especially with the wood elf mage and the gnome bard character.
It's been out a while. And it's still tons of fun.