bc you let me, here's my list, it's big but I go into each for a bit
Attack on Titan - Transitioned from action shounen to seinen. Humanity's locked up walls from giants who eat 'em, but they learned how to fight back oooh. This one starts off basic, but it undergoes serious development in later seasons, it's a vastly different show in season 4 with it receiving all sorts of praise calling it a modern classic.
Mob Psycho 100 - Action shounen, with psychics. Main character learns to become in touch with his emotions and gets wrapped up in some drama. Character development focuses on the main duo and it's great. Waiting on season 3.
Houseki no Kuni - Genre-wise, it's all over the place lol uhh brief summary: moon people like shiny gem people, shiny gem people don't like them back, battles ensue sometimes. It's a CG anime, yes, but it's one of the best. Slow burn, no season 2, I hear the manga gets insane.
Aggretsuko - Slice-of-life animal workplace comedy? A red panda deals with her daily stress by screaming and growling into a mic. Gets a little too real at times.
After the Rain - Slice-of-life romcom with drama. A highschool girl falls for her manager who's a father close to his 40's, more wholesome and serious about its approach than you'd expect with that description. No season 2, I hear the manga ended to mixed reviews similar to the anime's ending lol
Disastrous Life of Saiki K. - Comedy. A psychic schoolboy wants a peaceful life, but he gets a lot of weird friends instead. Think of anime as a whole, this show will make fun of it. It's dragging out the manga ending adaptation from what I understand to keep going as a show, I don't mind one bit lmao the original stuff is on par with the source material
Cells at Work - Educational action shounen. Every cell and bacteria is personified and they all come together in a body, comedic and violent. Very fun. There's also the more dramatic adult spinoff about an unhealthy body, Cells at Work: Code Black. Still enjoyable, just not as fun, if that makes sense.
Dororo - Historical fantasy action, not quite shounen, not quite seinen either. Awful father sells out firstborn child in pieces to a bunch of demons, the boy grows up and is pissed at the dad and the demons. A kid follows him around too, but the guy doesn't seem to mind. The main duo kinda carry the show in terms of character development
Promised Neverland - Psychological shounen, the action's in their heads. Kids grow up in an orphanage that ain't what it seems, the first episode usually gets everyone hooked.
Kaguya-sama: Love is War - Highschool romcom. Death Note, but two teens with crushes on each other play the most convoluted game of trying to get the other to confess their feelings. Season 3 announced, and I'm happy about it~
Carol and Tuesday - Futuristic music drama, by Cowboy Bebop's creator. Two girls try to make it big in a music industry that heavily favors the artificial in more ways than one. Starts off focused on the main two but expands quite a bit on the cast as well.
Stop This Sound - Highschool music drama. A group of highschoolers join a club to the koto, it gets competitive and dramatic real fast but it's pretty good at it. The main cast is mostly solid in terms of interaction, I imagine it'll be more expanded in the upcoming season 2.
Vinland Saga - Historical action seinen. Takes place at the end of the Viking era, that's all I'll say. Very character driven. Deserves a season 2, but the ending we got isn't that bad a place to leave off on.
Eizouken - Junior highschool slice-of-life. Three kids form an animation club, and explore the process of making an anime from scratch and on a budget. Light-hearted and light on character, but it's a fun one to watch~
Smile Down the Runway - Workplace drama, but stylish. We follow an aspiring fashion desginer and a short model on their journeys, who would've known the fashion industry was filled with divas and drama queens??
Somali and the Forest Spirit - Fantasy drama. A golem and a human girl become father and child, but with a time limit. The main girl being cutesy is somewhat misleading for first impressions of the anime's nature.
Sing Yesterday for Me - Romantic drama. A few people have weird connections to each other after graduating from highschool, whether that's flirty or bittersweet. It's all about character, man.. The ending's a little iffy imo it doesn't need a season 2.
Kakushigoto - Workplace comedy mostly. A mangaka has troubles keeping his raunchy manga a secret from his kid. We also get brief glimpses into the future each episode where a mystery unfolds little by little. Wholesome and endearing, season 2 when????
Appare-Ranman - Historical action drama comedy. Two Japanese guys end up in the US and plan to compete in a race across the US to get back home with the prize money. This is the biggest underrated gem I've watched last year. I desperately want a season 2
Wave, Listen to Me - Workplace slice-of-life comedy? This talkative woman is somewhat forced to become a radio talk show host out of her own will. Honestly, it's bizarre sometimes but something about the cast just makes it work in being funny. Can't remember if it's getting a season 2 or not
Akudama Drive - Cyberpunk heist action shounen drama. A girl suddenly becomes a criminal because of 500 yen, and the plots just escalates so fast while still being coherent. Fun as hell.
Taisou Zamurai - Sports comedy drama??? A gymnast in his 30's almost retires to injury, but gets inspired to become better than he was in his prime. This cast is also weird, but they work well together. This anime balances light-hearted scenes with its drama pretty well
Sk8 the Infinity - Sports comedy. Just a couple of guys being dudes, and skateboarding. This one's just a fun one tbh lighthearted and the skating scenes are cool. One of my favorites this season
Wonder Egg Priority - Psychological drama. Girl tries to save her friend who commited suicide by buying eggs and being sent to a parallel dimension. Edgy as hell, but it's pretty solid. Another one of my favorites this season.