Nope! I wasn't saying I liked the show in that post, though I was saying something pretty similar to your assessment, the people who were and are screaming blue murder about it on reddit are absolutely hating on it not for any reason related to the show quality, but because it disagreed with them on a topic where they choose to be absolutely anti-science, because reddit on the whole is pretty libertarian-styled far right at worst, and aggressively right-leaning centrist and faux-progressive at best.
Now, that's not to say it's a measure of quality either way, just that reddit and other far-right wankers are picking every single thing they can with the show, to the point of grabbing sections, taking them out of context to make them offensive, or even just making shit up to attack it, all for disagreeing with them. Oh, and being enormously hypocritical - the same website that has regular posts about "What's your favorite super dirty joke in kids entertainment?" is criticizing Nye for having some dirty jokes that were - while far from subtle - still much more hidden that their other favorites from those threads.
There is one other problem that reddit has with it - it's not for them. It's for people less informed about science, but still interested, and generally quite young. Reddit seems to not understand or refuses to understand that entertainment properties that aren't made for 17-30 white American dudes aren't necessarily, or even usually, personal attacks against them that require response in kind.
Of course, since you're asking, in a roundabout way, I'll tell you - Yeah, I did like the show! It was goofy, cheesy, silly and had some surprisingly interesting and informative sections even for those who are pretty cluey about science, such as the long package in one episode about how K-pop influences gender and gender expression in Korea. It was almost exactly like Bill Nye's previous shows, with updated science and a bigger budget, which is exactly what I expected.
I went in with my expectations appropriately adjusted, since, unlike many, I didn't have any nostalgic childhood memories of Bill Nye the Science guy as some amazing, deep, informative thing, I first watched Bill Nye in my mid-20s when I was already aware of almost all of what was covered. And with appropriately set expectations, I got exactly what I wanted - a fun, silly, cheesy romp through some 101 science, and I even learned a few things I'd not heard or thought of before.
On the first point, hey, fair enough. Not everything is for everyone, and that's okay. But the latter part, about disingenuous presentation - Absolutely not. They might have been very simple science, they might have been a bit silly with it for fun's sake, but at no point were they insincere, and at no point did they pretend that we know less than we do for the sake of argument. At the time of writing, the science is accurate, regardless of the silliness of the presentation at times. In fact, I'd appreciate if you'd give me a few examples of what you thought was disingenuous, and maybe we can clear a few things up?