>I recommend watching the newest season, they've really picked up in quality and found a better stride compared to some of the previous seasons. I even stopped watching for a bit because of how much the show was crapping on Finn, but lately he's had more of that adventure-loving spark I first watched for.
Actually, I didn't stop watching because I disliked the new seasons, I kind of just got distracted with other stuff.
I remember really liking s5 and s6 of AT because I feel like it offered this really interesting style of ironic "anti-humor" that I had never seen in a kid's cartoon before, as well as wildly creative character and world designs and plots.
And I like that they actually let Finn grow up and treat him like a real person; so many people complained around the time of s4 like "why is he such a selfish dick now" but think about it, that's what young teenage guys are often like! It's a very mature way to handle character development. One of the best things about AT has always been that they don't shy away from dark themes that other kid's cartoons just can't explore in the same way. Becoming a man is one of those themes, kind of. Especially when you're one of
the only humans in the entire remaining world.