It would be enough to say that it's fascinating and enthralling, and will leave you desperate for the next episode, but it's also wildly fun and the characters will eventually own you.
It may be that it's worth the Apocalypse to get that chance to appreciate the non-Apocalypse all the more, and come out with a new... wait, cancel that, make it about television. Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt is the show that will make you fall in love with television again, and have you screaming at Netflix when you get to the end of your binge.
As implausible at it may seem, Douglas Adams actually gets done right, making a better adaptation by not actually making one. The stars are brilliant, and the writing and direction should make a lot of people jealous.
Michelle Dockery is hoping to take over television again. It's a trickier run this time, but just as worthy.