Grey's Anatomy: Man this show has started to annoy me. I finished the first two seasons (out of eight), but I'm not sure how much more I'm going to watch. It's become like a bad soap opera. Stupid, stupid god awful love triangle, such painfully stupid logic from the characters, and such overly dramatic stuff. Ugh.
Westworld: HOLY COW I love this show. For some reason I had thought it was another superhero show, so boy was I surprised when I started watching it. A cool, cool, oh so cool show about virtual reality, AIs, and lots of complex, subtle stuff story-wise. Too much unsubtle death and violence, but so many shows seem to think they need that nowadays... I'm on the 4th ep (of 10 I think).
3%: Other than that it's dubbed, this is quite the perfect show for me! A Netflix series, filmed in and for Brazil, it's set in a dystopian future. Most of the world is poorer than current third world countries, but off shore is a perfect world where 3% of the population lives. At age 20, everyone is tested to see if they can go live there or not. As 97% of the people are rejected, the testing is dark and cutthroat. There are subplots going on as well, and I just love the whole thing. I'm on the 5th ep (of 8).
Usually I marathon only one show at a time, but for some reason I keep jumping around between these three and the very few current shows I'm watching (Ink Master, Walking Dead, The Lion Guard).
I'm so not ready to go back to work tomorrow...