"Pleased" means "happy". But "pleased" is more formal and sounds less emotional.
Because "pleased" is formal-sounding, it would sound strange to talk about being "pleased with" everyday things like a TV show you just watched or the food you're eating.
To explain what pleases you, use the phrase "be pleased with ___":
If you're not pleased with our service, please let us know and we will issue a full refund.
I was pleased with how it turned out.
Some common things that you can be "pleased with" include:
- the results of (something)
- (something's) progress
- (someone's) performance
- the outcome of (something)