1. Episodes on Showtime. Matt LeBlanc plays himself, in a satire, except it seems pretty true to how Hollywood really works. I'm looking forward to the next season of this more than any other show, soon you will too.
2. Bloodline on Netflix. Bad things happen to bad people, and sometimes bad people happen to good people. Kyle Chandler will always by Coach Taylor to me, but he's the best thing in this show too.
3. Better Call Saul on AMC. I guess everyone knows by now that Breaking Bad was one of the best shows of all time. Well guess what, Better Call Saul is pretty good too. Seems like it hasn't gotten as much hype, but Bob Odenkirk is so good as Saul, a loveable loser who always does the right thing, even though he's an ambulance chasing lawyer. It's so good. And Mike is in it.
4. Catastrophe on Amazon. This show is pretty crass, but I'm basically a prude. I guess you can cuss like a sailor on British TV shows. Still pretty funny, making the best of a bad situation.
The Fall on BBC (and Netflix). I usually really don't like serial killer shows, but Gillian Anderson suckered me in (can't wait for new X-files) and this one is scary without being gory. Don't get me wrong, it's still very disturbing. And they put off the next season so the other co-star could be in the Shades of Grey movies. Lame.