I haven't seen any incarnation of She-Ra, and I don't really intend to, but I'm really tired of creators who feel the need to step forwards and tell people to stop calling their cartoons bad online, and that they only disliked crappy reboots because of their nostalgia.
It's weird, these "people" act like people on internet forums are their biggest threat, that they have to be silenced and combatted if they don't like The Product, despite explicitly using franchises they like because they are popular and have big internet-nerd fanbases, you can't make a new entry in a series like this without there being some backlash. You can't just make a new product with built-in popularity and just get the money off the fans without their feedback
The precedent has been set that if you watch a remake, you're in for something low quality. Trying to gaslight the audience by saying "it's good, you just have NOSTALGIA!" is disingenuous at best, I get that these are corporate shills and they have to try and do damage control and that internet nerds are an easy boogieman to pretend you are being attacked by, but I think things would go a lot better if you tried to promote your product in good faith, asked people to give it a chance, accepted that the remake trend has been poorly received or even just didn't bother at all.
The Modern Simpsons had an episode about this where they came out of the woodwork to defend reboots as "introducing things to a new generation!", when really, they aren't, they are cynically made pieces of garbage that aren't interested in honouring the franchise with a piece of entertainment that can stand on its own merit or doing something new and completely different, but just want to ride off the coat-tails of something iconic and "recontextualise" it into either something so bland that it is completely void of the appeal of the original property, or have some weird "women can do it too!" message crowbarred into it in lieu of being entertaining.