With it being harder and harder to keep track of what shows are great (or even exist), I thought it'd be useful/fun to have a thread to compare notes in without having to navigate a potentially spoiler-filled thread for every show we aren't watching. It can also function as a "Best of" list we can update, without locking us in to a specific year, since shows are on such wildly different schedules these days.
Your list can be of any length and any criteria, but each show must be currently in production, and it must be a "Must Watch NOW" show. Basically, a show you're going to watch ASAP after it's released without question.
Sense8 (Netflix) - It'll be over soon, but while it's alive, it's still the most unique, hopeful and beautifully shot show there is.
The Last Kingdom (Netflix) - A really exciting semi-historical viking romp featuring a guy I will only ever know as, "British Brad Pitt".
Game of Thrones (HBO) - A cult classic, shame no one's ever heard of it.
Better Call Saul (AMC) - Eh, anyone who posts here knows how great this is.
Patriot (Amazon) - Everyone -should- know how great this is. I gave it a try and within a couple of days it was my favorite show on TV. If you haven't seen it, you owe it to yourself to at least try the pilot, you philistine.
The Tick (Amazon) - They've only done a handful of episodes, and it's already broken through my superhero fatigue.
The Man in the High Castle (Amazon) - It was an incredibly interesting show before our last election. Now it has the added layer of watching each scene thinking, "Better or worse than our reality?"
The 100 (CW) - In a just world, this would have The Walking Dead's pop-culture status. It's smarter, more fun, and with a WAAAAY higher body count.
Ash vs Evil Dead (Starz) - I would watch anything with Bruce Campbell and Lucy Lawless in it. Thankfully the old Xena team has still never failed to entertain.
Fargo (FX) - Still great. Still ready to devour whatever they serve up next.
Archer (FX) - Still makes me laugh out loud. That's valuable!
South Park (Comedy Central) - Also still makes me laugh out loud. Still valuable!
Looks like 12 titles for me. Anyone else?