So it's a... good show? I don't see the problem with a show being 'Reddit-tier' if we're working under that definition.
I see a show going 'Reddit-tier' as more a symptom of the people watching the show, rather than the show itself. It happens when fans can't stop slobbering it's knob long enough to realize that, just like every other piece of media, it has flaws. It doesn't necessarily make the show bad, but it does add a certain element of cringe when the show actually does something flawed, because you know that no one but you is going to recognize it. It also had a problem of inflating the ego of content creators, who then rebuff criticism as the dribble of simpletons.
Luckily, Justin is based /co/, so I think we're in good hands.