Step 1: Get the original voice actresses for Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup back.
Step 2: Persuade the writers and producers to put Miss Bellum back in the show.
Step 3: Tone down the meme jokes.
Step 4: Make the villains a big part of the show again.
Step 5: Put the Powerpuff Girls back in Kindergarten, instead of grade school. Well, Kindergarten is technically grade school. LOL.
Step 6: Fix more of the animation errors before putting airing the episodes on television.
Step 7: If Wander Over Yonder can't get a third season after fans have been constantly telling the executives at Disney XD to not cancel the show, get Craig McCracken to work on the Powerpuff Girls again. After all, McCracken created the original show to begin with. So, I definitely think he should work on it at least a little bit again.
Step 8: Don't make an episode the indirectly lampshades certain and controversial topics such as LGBT issues, religion, racism (you can kind of get away with an episode that lampshades racism, to be quite honest; Zootopia did it, I think), politics, or issues that deal with pornography or explicit sexual themes. The "Horn, Sweet Horn" episode indirectly lampshaded the topic of transgender issues, which in turn, offended a lot of gays, lesbians, bisexuals, pansexuals, gender fluid people, and of course, the transgender people themselves. I am not a transgender, by the way. I'm actually an asexual. And God forbid, if the Powerpuff Girls reboot poked fun at topics like asexuality or Autism, I would immediately be offended by it. Look, it's one thing if South Park goes there and all (because that's the kind of show that South Park is), but it's a completely different thing if these kinds of issues are portrayed on cartoons and television shows meant for kids. It just doesn't work out.
Step 9: The producers and writers can appeal to the younger generations, but they need to do it right.
And that's how I would fix the show. Because I definitely know that those are the main problems that are upsetting people. And, of course, the ratings for this show are continuing to drop down in ratings. Literally, the Powerpuff Girls reboot just literally went from a 6.0 rating all the way down to a 4.0 rating within the past month on IMDB. I can definitely expect it drop to a 3.9 rating or lower as time goes on, due to it being so unpopular right now. And I'm not saying that the original Powerpuff Girls show had its flaws because it definitely did. There was at least one bad episode from the first couple of seasons. That episode being "Town and Out". Not to mention, the original show actually suffered from seasonal rot in seasons 5 and 6. So... Well, that about sums up everything that I wanted to mention about what I think the producers at Cartoon Network should do in order to fix the reboot of this once great show. Kelsey out.