She-Hulk is, like Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, a comedy show about a California lawyer who is having a crisis about her current circumstances, and doing so with a relatively grounded feminist lens. The most obvious difference is that the aspect of heightened reality from which the comedy derives its identity is big punches instead of song and dance. The trouble is that She-Hulk, as enjoyable as I'm finding it, is simply not as focused in its storytelling as CXG was, and as a result the more overtly feminist bits sometimes feel less like a joke about or involving the main characters as it is about feminist concepts themselves -- and part of that is simply that I'm not at a point where I feel any sense of charity toward Disney. CXG might be the single most remarkably narratively focused show ever on television (and at least some credit to CW renewing the show until the showrunners and writers came to the conclusion that the story was done).
Of course if you've been watching she-hulk and wandavision and haven't seen CXG, you really owe it to yourself to do so.
That said, She-hulk is overall pretty decent and enjoyable so far, and given how these Marvel shows can be, who knows where it's going to end up.