Ohh, men of culture I see.
So, I am an anime addict, and I can give a rundown of what I have watched this season so far (some out of season). Though some of the stuff has been having issues because of COVID-19 delays.
Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 - The animation is...words can't describe it at some points. I did a qpost
that has a clip. But here is the thing, I found the story genuinely interesting and I am looking forward to see where it goes in the 2nd season. It has definitely re-awakened my cyberpunk itch, though I need to rejuvenate on more of the classic, 80s/90s style of anime.
Drifting Dragons - Another CG animation. Likeable cast, but you have to get around the fact that it is basically a giant allegory to Whale Hunting. So for me, it was hard to look at what the cast was doing as something good and something I should be rooting for.
Extra Olympia Kyklos - I don't even know how to describe this. It is definitely the weirdest thing I have watched in awhile, but I've found it endearing and kinda hilarious. Plus, it is only 5 minutes, so easy to just give it a shot. Minus that seems production delays have started cause of COVID-19.
My Next Life as a Villainess: All Routes Lead to Doom! - Someone else mentioned this, but I second it as a fun watch. It is basically a cute, fluffy romance isekai, with a really likable MC.
Tower of God - This is based off a Korean Webtoon I love, so I am biased here. The animation quality will seem weird, and a little subpar, but it is actually pretty reflective of the art in the Webtoon (the art in webtoon is rough in the beginning, but got better as the artist improved). I find the story pretty interesting, but the beginning has a very shounen feel. Watch if you have enjoyed exam arcs in shounen shows like Naruto, My Hero Academia, Hunter x Hunter.
The 8th son? Are you kidding me? - Isekai junk. Highly recommend *not* watching unless you need an anime fix.
Ascendance of a Bookworm - Rare Isekai with female MC. This one is hit/miss, and I would expect some people to find it really boring, while others love it. It is about a girl who loves books and ends up in world that is basically in Medieval times and books are a premium.
Kakushigoto - Comedic anime of a manga author of a semi-popular pervy/rauncy manga, who is trying to hide the fact from his 10 year old daughter. The whole thing is super cute and sweet. I also think it the animation is pretty good.
Kaguya-Sama Love is War - Seconding someone else's recommendation. This is based off a manga I love, so biased against, but the whole thing is a hilarious romantic comedy, though more on the comedy aspect. The animation is also top notch.
Arte - About a girl who wants to be a renaissance artist. As normal girl against society tropes. Nothing really special about it yet.