I would honestly recommend this to every single person I see if that were socially acceptable. Making female perspectives the default (in Tatiana Maslany's words) is so refreshing and just watching the show is empowering. It's cheesy romantic fantasy, yes, but: - there's a gender non-binary character - there are multiple gay characters - the main couple is lesbian - all of the lead roles are female - the girls save the boys, not the other way around - there's an emphasis on both girl-on-girl friendship and romantic attraction, portrayed better than those things usually are (probably because most creators/crew are women) So 8/10 for representation. It's just not a typical web series. It's obviously low-budget, but they do it well, and I think that actually allows you to focus more on the story. The acting is 7/10 overall, but they interact incredibly well with each other and the actors are such awesome people in real life that their personality shines through the characters. It's funny, heartwarming, frustrating, intelligent, romantic, silly, and serious all at the same time. I can't think of any other web series like it, nor any other series like it, for that matter. It's so unique, both in a "wtf how did they come up with that" way and in the way it handles fantasy and real issues together. I give it a 10/10 because it's one of those things that once you watch it, there's nothing specific you can say to explain why it affects you. Movies, series, books, and music that you truly love are often impossible to explain, you just have to watch it to understand. J Sheridan LeFanu wrote an excellent novella, but this adaptation is a whole new level of wonderful. The fandom is also really excellent. In short, if you're not watching Camilla, you're really missing out.