I think it's fair to say that viewers should reserve absolute final judgement until the final episode airs and the entire story is told.
I agree with you somewhat on this that maybe we should hold our final judgment until the very end, but then again, a good show with good writing shouldn’t have to make viewers wait for the end of the season to have them say, “ That was a good show.” It should hook you in and have you anticipate the next episode. Three episodes of a short season program is way too long to wait for that “hook”. Honestly, the only reason I keep watching it now is to see how bad it is. It’s like watching a train wreck. It’s an awful thing, but you can’t look away. Plus it gives me a reason to come back to this thread and complain about it.
I hope I’m wrong and at the end of the season I can say, “that was actually pretty good.” Although, I highly doubt it.