As someone who adored Xena back in the day, I enjoyed Robin Hood in sort of the same way. Sure, it's an anachronism stew and some plot points are a bit wonky, but it tries to be mostly entertaining. The addition of ladies to the boys club isn't new, but I love Djaq so much. This show was also responsible for introducing me to Richard Armitage--never has Guy of Gisborne been so conflicted. (Or looked so good in black leather. Ahem.) Guy's obviously not a very good person at all, but he's not a one-dimensional villain at least. The Sheriff, on the other hand, seems to be doing it for the lulz and Keith Allen basically chomps on the scenery with glee.
Some continuity issues are rather obvious--like Guy's tattoo, the scar of which never shows up again--and the writers seem to make Guy incompetent or competent depending on the demands of each episode, so plot and writing may not be a strong point. They were trying to make some interesting points about soldiers coming back from fighting wars that draw some parallels with current events, but there was not much follow through on that. Some great performances in here and Jonas Armstrong brings in a kind of boyish charm to the legendary outlaw.
Cast commentaries are hilarious~ The added documentaries are a welcome addition too.