Not a bad show, just mediocre.
I should say that while I'm nearing my 20s and am probably not the target audience for this show, I don't think an individual has to be the target demographic to judge on whether a show targeted towards children is quality or not. I watched Coop and Cami ask the world out of morbid curiosity and I honestly didn't particularly love it. I don't outright hate Coop and Cami, in fact I don't think it's a bad show at all, it's just very mediocre and really not in my taste. While it's not painfully deplorable like shows Disney Channel has made in the past like Bizaardvark, Dog with a blog, Liv and Maddie or KC Undercover, Disney Channel still should live up to their potential and make shows that can be enjoyed by all ages, not just children. The actors are cute and give it their all, and at the end, Cooper realized that he was being selfish with his mom dating the principal and he came to his senses and accepted his mom's love interest. I did like the sensitive portrayal of the family dealing with the death of the father, as we haven't had a Disney Channel show deal with the passing of a parent since Hannah Montana, and how the family dynamic highlights positive relationships between parents and children, but my praise for the show ends on that note. Coop and Cami, very much like Bizaardvark, seems to be copying off iCarly from Nickelodeon. I didn't like the humor too much, either, I thought the humor was very sophomoric (i.e, Cooper and Peyton's ship name which turned out to be "Pooper" and I don't like toilet humor very much) and there was a scene with that kid Fred describing himself as "sexy," which was very off-putting. He's like 12 or 13, he should not be describing himself as sexy until he's at least 15-16 and the comments he was making to Cami were kind of inappropriate and pushy and she clearly looks uncomfortable. There was also the end of the episode, where Coop, Cami and their mom go without pants and wear boxes, which I thought was inappropriate and awkward. Andi Mack (which has unfairly been targeted by Donald Trump supporting parents because of the mature themes of teen pregnancy and homosexuality) and Raven's Home are the only quality sitcoms Disney Channel has to offer at the moment. I also thought Stuck in the Middle was a decent show. It certainly wasn't the best, but I thought it was very underappreciated and got an excessive amount of hate. But aside from the three shows I mentioned, I personally think that the last well-made sitcom Disney Channel created was Austin and Ally. I reiterate- I may not be the target demographic for Disney Channel, but I think they have potential to make quality shows that appeal to older audiences as well as children.