I did not; I'm afraid I find the art style of a lot of post 2010 animations quite unappealing, so I stopped about four episodes in.
I usually figure out whether I like a show about 3 episodes in, so if I'm not grabbed by then I tune out.
As a little kid, I was a huge fan of He-Man, and his first crossover with She-Ra might as well have been my BvS. But the industry has grown since then, and as soft a spot as I have for the original shows, this new incarnation is better in many ways. It's better written, more emotionally resonant, and clearly designed to appeal to its core audience of young girls, not just the older fans who stuck around. All in all, it just works.
Being a teenager in the 80's, of course I prefer the adult She-ra. But I won't rip clothes for this new version. It's a girls' thing, of course, and for that audience, it's okay. Another generation will be necessary to see girls and boys working together.