I'm going to drop my two favourites:
This is literally the most adorable thing ever. I came for the BL, I stayed for the incredible worldbuilding, the intriguing plot, and the fascinating characters. Seeing @foxnflames write Aderran finding his way through the world where he's sort of appeared with no real knowledge of anything is amazing! She does such a great job of showing him trying to find ways to describe things he doesn't understand and then just trying to wrap his head around those things as well. It gives a great sense of newness. Plus he's snarky and awkward and ADORABLE and has such a great presence in everything he does. Loads of his internal dialogue makes me laugh.
It's a great journey of self-discovery and I just wanna see where he's come from and what he's going to achieve.
Plus I'm a total sucker for more rural hunter-gatherer settings than the typical medieval fantasy, so if that's your thing, THIS is the one.
Then there's @Arushi's novel. There's only five episodes so far, but I'm here for it 'til the end of the line. Take your classic Victorian drama, then stick in fantasy elements and a jaded female protagonist who's just not interested in being a wife and a lady, but instead has biiiig dreams that I'm very much expecting to be something super cool and badass. Just give it until the end of the first episode and you'll see EXACTLY what I mean.
Caro has such a great voice and she's not just some weeping spinster - she's got drive and ambition and is completely satisfied with where she's going. The author also does such a great job of capturing that whole Victorian society vibe. Prose is great, description is vivid, characters are secretive and intriguing. I'm HERE for it.
Then I'll tack my novel on, a dark BL romance where Casper - grouchy, miserable, and snarky - is swept off his feet by some rich dreamboat in the worst way possible.
EDIT: @foxnflames thank you!! you posted that while i was writing all this out