The penultimate Star-Crossed is building up to the big space-alien attack on Mardi Gras next week in what will likely be the series as well as season finale. This show is like a cross between District 9 and a WB teen soap.
Season finale of Bates Motel had great performances by both leads. Less of the fun whiplash-inducing shifts in tone tonight, this was a pretty straightforward dramatic/creepy hour. Setting up Norman's brother as the 22ish marijuana kingpin next season still seems a bit much though.
Both new episodes of Louie were good. I particularly liked the surreal bit with the garbagemen.
This week's episode of Veep was hilarious as usual and remains the best and most realistic show about DC.
I've been watching the latest season of Archer. This whole Charlene thing is hilarious.
I'm behind on Archer. Must remedy that soon.
Haven't started the last season of Mad Men yet either. Might wait till it's all done so I can watch them without waiting for a week between episodes.
I had been watching a couple Canadian shows, Republic of Doyle and Actic Air, but they're both done for the year now. Unfortunately, rumour has it that my favourite of the two, Arctic Air, is cancelled now, probably due to the big cuts to the CBC budget announced a few weeks ago by the public broadcaster hating Conservative government.
I just finished season 3 of Breaking Bad. Still not totally enraptured by this series but I'm interested enough that I'll probably keep going to the end.
Last night I watched the new episode of TURN, in which Gen. Washington finally appears. Pulled up on hulu last weeks Agents of SHIELD, which is still working throught the repurcusions of the Winter Soldier film. (Also caught most of the new The Simpsons, which was a kind of SF story about an alternate dimension where everyone is made out of Lego.)
I've been watching and enjoying TURN as well. It's well paced but could use a bit more action. It just doesn't feel like it's quite gotten its feet under it yet.