ACCA was a class act. It was delightful to have a show full of intrigue and drama without resorting to violence or edgy nonsense. The ending was both surprising and also felt like the logical outcome of the plot and its characters. I really appreciated this show. Fascinating world, lovable characters, great stuff. Would have been my AOTS if Rakugo Shinjuu weren't a thing. Most people with inclinations for a colorful world, good drama, and josei archetypes will get a lot of mileage out of this show. If you need your media to be exciting however, it's probably not for you.
Blue Exorcist: Kyoto Saga - I liked this. I liked Blue Exorcist, and this show pretends the anime-original filler never existed and replaces it with a fairly formulaic but well executed story line evolving all cast and setting in satisfying directions. It's a shame it's only 12 episodes and adapting further story arcs. Thumbs up if you like typical shounen fight stories. Just make sure you watch the first 15 or so episodes of the first show, first.
Masamune-kun's Revenge started out kinda poorly, ended poorly. Not a great show. It was fun watching our loathsome PUA MC get shit on and embarrassed on a regular basis, but the 'romance' in this show as rather off-putting, and being asked to root for thoroughly unlikeable characters just created detachment for me. To top it all off, the non-ending that kinda just peters out mid story arc is just deflating and awful. I don't need stories to end definitively, but find a decent place to stop off at the very least. This was a bad show, don't watch.
Interviews With Monster Girls is largely an OK show if you can get past the occasional skeevy/creepy parts. I don't really have a lot to add here that hasn't already been said. You could do a lot worse if you wanted to watch a Cute Girls Doing Cute Things show, but it's not amazing or guilt-free either.
Gabriel DropOut - this show was kinda bad. It's telling when a side character steals the show, not because they're amazing but because the MC is boring and shitty. The show is about two angels (who aren't very angelic) and two devils (who aren't very evil) living on earth and going to a Japanese HS. Shenanigans ensue, mostly surrounding the characters not acting like they should. Gags are mediocre, and again, cast is mostly disposable. Avoid watching unless you've run out of CGDCT shows.
Seiren is basically: What if you took a generic dating VN, and made a generic anime out of it, where the show is split into thirds exploring the three different romantic routes you could go. So if that sounds like a good time to you go for it, but most people should stay away.
ēlDLIVE had some bargain-bin character designs and production values, but I largely found it entertaining? It's literally just Japanese Green Lantern Corp. It's pretty juvenile however. I don't think I could recommend it to anyone, but it was a guilty pleasure this season.
Gintama. - More Gintama. You either know what this is already or don't. I'm glad this story arc is over.
Monster Hunter Stories: Ride On - It's a show for little kids! Trying to sell videogames! It's not over yet (only about halfway through?) but I'm liking it strangely. It's just fun. And it's got lots of fan service for Monster Hunter fans. It got off to a really slow start; the first 12 or so episodes are about the cast futzing around in the starter-town. But the last 12 or so, the gang has set out to explore the world, so that's been a lot of fun. I seem to remember a few TTers enjoying kids shows; this might be one worth looking into?
Majestic Prince Movie - I liked Majestic Prince. This is a movie sequel to it. It's basically an expanded final act to what the show was. Nothing crazy from a plot perspective, but a fun diversion to spend with the cast again. Just like the show, great battle choreography and interesting mecha designs. Unlike the show, the ending here was a great team battle, that incorporated all of Team Rabbits to do their thing rather than watching Red-5 man-fight the big bad, so that was a lot of fun. It was functionally a lot like the 2nd Tiger & Bunny film in that respect. I liked it a lot, but MJP is a very YMMV kinda thing.