Doesn't the series basically justify Secretary Ross's enactment and Tony Stark's compliance of the Registration Act?
The flaw in the MCU that is starting to show through more and more is that you can do horrible things and be forguven in the end if you're an Avenger.
Wanda doesn't even redeem herself for what she did in this series. There was no manipulation, no one pulling her strings. Wanda did what she did because she was distraught over losing her boyfriend? And there are no consequences no accountability? She just gets to walk away? It doesn't really make sense when you don't look at the plot through rose colored glasses.
Wanda battles and defeats Agatha in the end. But why does that make her the good guy? She is the cause of the problem througout the whole series. Wanda is the one that kidnapped and enslaved a whole town. Agatha was trying to steal her power, yes. Partly because she was power hungry, but also because she knew Wanda did not understand or able to control the power she posseses. And justifiably so I might add.
I know the world isn't black and white all the time. And real life doesn't always have a clear iine to who are the bad guys and who are the good guys. But if you have great power and you use it to your advantage knowingly at the harm of others, it's hard for you to be a hero. Even a sympathetic one.