It's not often that you're able to finish an entire season of a show in 15 minutes, but with this series, you're able to do just that.
If you're going into this show expecting something incredibly action-packed like the Guardians of the Galaxy films, then yes, you're going to be a little letdown. But if you approach the series with open arms, you might get a bit of a pleasant surprise out of the deal; this show could possibly be the most zen 15 minutes I've had in a while.
Each episode finds Groot exploring a new, simple part of life that's completely novel to him, like taking a bath, dancing, and drawing a picture. With extremely minimal talking, the entire show is basically an animated silent film, focusing simply on Groot's task at hand.
While Marvel's animation team has been facing a bit of scrutiny among fans lately, they turned things up 10 notches for this series. The animation was so hyper-realistic that it made me question whether or not the series was actually animated at a few different points.
Also, while I'm here, it would be illegal not to shout out the absolutely chaotic, furry bird-like creatures that made various random appearances throughout the series. What were those things? And why do I need them to get their own spinoff?