Have been through Archer and Rick & Morty several times, re-watched Sherlock, Peaky Blinders and The Thick Of It.
Older stuff including Dexter (first couple of seasons, after that the production noticeably falls away), Breaking Bad, Fargo - TV and Film
Newer stuff: Mindhunter, Punisher, Better Call Saul, Narcos, Jessica Jones
Gotham has it's moments, as do Luke Cage and Iron Fist. Lost interest with Daredevil. Bronson.
On the watch list: Manhunt, Stranger Things
Definitely won't be everyone's cup of tea, but imo Doug Stanhope's Beer Hall Putsch has a couple of the finest stand-up skits rendered to film
The show follows rival freelance stringers who scour the streets at night looking to film crime scenes, fires, accidents, and anything else they can sell to the media. It's a cutthroat profession that sees the videographers looking for newsworthy events, not knowing what kind of situations they'll find themselves in until they actually happen. As with most reality shows, personal drama and conflicts between the rivals tend to get in the way of their jobs at times.
Another series of Rita has appeared on Netflix. Hurray. Currently still watching all of Friends as I never saw all of them previously. Better written than I remember it being. Still working my way through the mildly daft Republic of Doyle.
Comedians in Cars getting Coffee with Jerry Seinfeld is worth watching just for the cars.
White Collar (Netflix) is good for a slightly light hearted New York FBI detective series. If you liked Elementary and Forever, this works on the same level.
The detective teams up with a top counterfeiter / con expert to solve the cases.
Just finished both series of "WANTED" ..I have to say excellent.. not too deep and not too light hearted... concept was different.. fliming was buitiful, plot was decent and acting was good... a well made series.. really enjoyed it...
Just finished “Godless”. I know it’s been mentioned before but it really is very good. Great acting. Beautiful cinematography and a stunning final episode. I think it may well be in the running for some Emmys.
If you have read the books, it's fantastic. The books are so immersive and incredibly well written, it was a joy to watch it come to life on the screen, especially as so many TV adaptations fall short of what you would expect.
I’m enjoying the documentary 'Wild Wild Country' recently arrived on Netflix.
I have a vague recollection of the early 1980's cult of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and the community of Rajneeshpuram in Oregon but really didn’t appreciate the scale of the enterprise - fascinating stuff.