First Impressions: RDG Red Data Girl
Instant Summary: A girl that can destroy electronics through touch gets possessed.
...and turns out to be suitable vessel for a god, can create spiritual familiars at will and make flowers bloom through a song and dance (what, is she okami or something?) I don't even know where to begin connecting the dots, but at least it's easy to see what they're trying to establish here: main character Izumiko can wield a significant amount of spiritual power, but she isn't exactly thrilled about it.
I have to be blunt here: it's really boring. We spent three episodes getting a tiny glimpse of what she is and what the power does, and not much else. Sure, we see a lot of how she reacts to this anomaly and how the male lead fits into the picture, but all of that can be condensed into a lot of whining and complaining.
What's the story hook here? Where's the meat? It isn't even a particularly interesting anomaly, and they're pinning them to excruciatingly dull characters. If they're trying to be a good fantasy, I don't see anything particularly imaginative. If they're trying to be a good mystery, it never piqued my curiosity even the slightest.
I'm giving it another episode tops, because even if the first 3 episodes are somewhat a prologue, if they can't pick it up after a third of the season, it probably never will.