The Space channel plays Star Trek reruns on weekday afternoons: TOS on Mondays,, TNG on Tuesdays, Voyager Wednesday, DS9 Thursdaya and Enterprise on Friday. It's interesting to compare them as the decades move on.
TNG is the one I like the least because it was so sexist even for the 1990s. Wesley Crusher is considered the original Mary Sue but for my money, Picarrd and Ryker were worse. They had faults, on paper, but they were never less than the heroes of the show, and it was the men, Ryker, Picard, Wesley, Data and Geordie who were the real stars of the show. In terms of the female characters, they got maybe one episode per season about them. And once Tasha Yar was gone, only the female stereotypes roles: Guinan the shoulder for everyone to cry on, Beverly the doctor and Deanna the counselor. All three of these are written as the "caring empathetic woman" and sometimes badly. I was in university studying psychology at the time and wow, did we mock Deanna Troi, male and female alike.
Voyager and DS9, in contrast, had some impressive female characters and gave them room to shine (a little too much for SevenofNine in my opinion).
I'm willing to give Picard a try to see if they can fix the sexism and Gary Stu problem. But as Patrick Stewart is an executive producer, I'm not optimistic.