Lord, Shane's like a high schooler with goals of being an indie filmmaker - everything is overedited and flashy, with no concept of story line, pacing, or audience engagement. Worse still, every other youtuber is wanking on about how great he is.
In the Jake Paul series, the basic premise of the whole thing, that of mental health, dropped away as soon as Shane could find a bad guy to blame everything on, and we saw no meaningful conclusion.
In this "series" we have a deep fakes story in part one with Shane drawing the conclusion that women could fake domestic abuse proof. Then in part two, we have a domestic abuse story in which Shane chooses to show the face of the abuser. If that's his idea of a link between parts, he really needs to reexamine his concept of storytelling. If it was simply the most apparent use to him, he needs to rethink his concept of morality.
Beyond that disrespect was Andrew's giggling and the hard cuts.
If you're going to have three stories that you cut between at random, there has to be some sort of shared payoff, something that pulls everything together for a satisfying end point. Instead, we got a mishmash of ideas, interspersed with stock footage. Shane, you're rich, pay for a basic film making course, for the love of god. This isn't art, this is an ADHD mind on film.