The World Wars
Episode 1: "Trial by Fire"
The Good: The bio portions on Hitler and Churchill were the standouts for the entire episode. The battle scenes for the Western Front were very excellent for the most part, including the opening scene which I thought was a brilliant move. I liked the decision to view both World Wars as one single event because let's face it, they were.
The Bad: Uber-America in WWI. Apparently British and French commanders didn't learn anything between 1914-17 before the Americans entered the battlefield in 1918. Also the US invented the tank apparently (I thought it was the British) and how to use it in combination with infantry to push the Germans back...I could have sworn the British did it first, at Amiens.
The Ugly: Stalin would have loved how the program made him Lenin's right hand man in the October Revolution even though they completely messed up how the Czar fell and the Communists rose...10 months apart. BTW, Stalin was down in Georgia (the country not the state) during the events in Petrograd (aka St. Petersburg).
No Opinion: FDR is mentioned a few times, but since he was Assistant Secretary of the Navy at the time he really didn't do much. The sections on Mussolini were very interesting, I would have put them under "The Good" however I don't know if they are historically accurate.