A decent niche/hobby anime about rock climbing for four episodes before it becomes a cliché, cookie cutter sports anime.
The same excellent caliber as the first season, with many things coming to fruition. As such, things get a bit dicey and spicy, but with great character development.
More interesting and with greater political intrigue than previous seasons. Still has some issues with direction and an abundance of seemingly unnecessary details.
Once you accept that this is an Ecchi with Isekai elements, and not the other way around, it's actually enjoyable. Plus, there's an interesting exploration of religious corruption that was more compelling than what the previous season offered.
A surprisingly decent (not necessarily good) sports/shonen of water polo / butt wrestling, naturally in a heavily ecchi environment. Not worth much past the novelty of the gag premise, scratches a shonen/battle itch more than an ecchi itch.
An effective, more classical approach to horror that lets the supernatural stay supernatural. While being somewhat one-note near the end, it does its job of keeping you up for a night or two.
A reframing/retelling of the main series that is slightly more condensed, and with a tiny amount of new content/story. Not suitable to watch "instead of" the main series, but to be done after.