We finished "Derek" - the last regular episode (not the hour-long special) was a real killer, just full of boo-hoo moments. Whaddya know...Ricky Gervais can act.
We also finished "Penny Dreadful." That last series, except for the last couple of episodes, felt really like a lot of filler and like they were trying to stretch it out to make a full series. The last episode was very good. Sad, but positive. I like that.
We've now started "Jessica Jones," because Krysten Ritter is so weirdly, otherworldly beautiful, how can we not watch it? Two episodes in, and I love it, but the wife was nonplussed until her not-so-secret-crush David Tennant showed up. It's a fair trade for me to be mesmerized by KR. I did hear she's having a baby now (IRL), so I'll just have to pretend we're together in an alternate universe where babies don't exist.
We've also started "The IT Crowd," mainly because I like Katherine What's-Her-Face's voice. She's got a little croaking frog voice at times that's cute.
Lastly, we just started Scottish sketch comedy show "Burniston" (I think that's it) - definitely one for the subtitles, because they're Glaswegians (I prefer Glasgoers myself, but nobody asked me. Well, maybe they did, but I couldn't understand a fucking word, because they're Glasgoers
). The first episode had two good sketches ("Cat Memories" should go down in sketch comedy history), but the second episode was only so-so.