What TV shows are you currently watching?

Finished Dead Boy Detectives. Sort of a more mature version of Lockwood and Co. and ended in a better way if we don't get a season 2 (Lockwood left a huge question unanswered). Was hoping the show would be more British than it turned out but oh well, at least there were lots of cats in it. Also another Endless from Sandman made a cameo.
Re-watching Castle, with the wife. An episode per evening is a relax-time together.
Star Wars Rebels - Finally finished this. Can't believe they did a thing in a kids show. With only 4 seasons it felt like it had fewer fill episodes. Glad I watched the toons before Ahsoka to get the backstories!
Ahsoka - Wow this show is such a fan trip for folk that watched Rebels. You'll miss quite a lot if you haven't watched the toons before hand. Glad it got a season 2 as it still has a lot of loose ends at the end. Two of the characters seem a bit off from the toons (one is understandable due to huge life changes at the end of Rebels) the other I hope gets fleshed out more in season 2.
Renegade Nell - Period piece with some supernatural stuff. It was entertainment and ended well where it doesn't necessarily need another season. The Indian coach from Ted Lasso is in this show.
Watched Sugar on Apple TV. It's a modern Noir detective show with Colin Farrel. Does an unexpected twist about 3/4 of the way through. Enjoyed it.
Star Wars Tales of the Jedi - 6 short 15min episodes that is split between how Dooku became bad and some Ahsoka stuff that was nice but not necessary to watching her own show.
Star Wars Tales of the Empire - Just as short as Tales of the Jedi but this time filling in some backstory of one of the big bad of Ahsoka and what happened to a fallen Jedi in Clones after the fall of the Republic.
The Acolyte is starting off fairly strong. Got a free trial of Paramount+, subscribed to watch the latest South Park movie and now pushing through 4 seasons of Evil before it expires. Go Luke Cage!
I thought the first 2 eps of Acolyte were ok, looks good and good cast but the writing needs to be a bit better... huge discrepancy between critic and audience reviews on this one...
just looked at the rotten tomatoes score... really weird. I notice that the audience score is structured differently from the critic score.

Audience: "The percentage of users who rated this 3.5 stars or higher."

As opposed to the critic scores which just need to be a thumbs up.... more good than bad. If 60% or more thumbs up, it's fresh.

So, assuming both are coming from the same place, the consensus is somewhere between 2.5 and 3.5 stars? Sounds about right. the low audience score I don't think means "avoid this like the plague", but more "Its ok, nothing mindblowing."
IMDB has it at 4.3 which is a bit low... I give it the first 2 5-10. If they can tighten up that writing it can go higher easily.
Attack on Titan S1, 2, 3. Not bad. End of S3 finally cleared out a lot of Q's. But might be burning out on this binge I had on the shelf for some years... Wonder if S4 is worth it at 30 more eps.
Attack on Titan S1, 2, 3. Not bad. End of S3 finally cleared out a lot of Q's. But might be burning out on this binge I had on the shelf for some years... Wonder if S4 is worth it at 30 more eps.
That reminds me, I need to watch the finale.

The split up the 4th season into so many different parts, each with a long break in between them. I kind of forgot where the story is at.

I'm kind of the opposite. I'd probably need a re-watch to remember all the story threads.
Sounds like they wanted to keep on going for a S5 or more... I see there some live action versions movie out of it now
Delicious in Dungeon Season 1 (Netflix) - Heard there was a bit of a dark twist in what is otherwise a cooking anime so decided to give it a shot. Oh my nothing is safe from being cooked in this show, even some armor and treasure can be eaten! There's quite a bit of world build to explain how the ecosystem of the dungeon works including a form of magic that most fantasy settings take for granted.
'Plan B' came up in legal ethics so I started watching The Practise. My first time watching it.
I'm up to season 4 and it really hit its stride right about now. They dialled up the accuracy in court-room scenes, although the constant witness badgering does still grate a little.
Sweet Tooth (final season) - Wasn't keen on the mystical plot mover but I guess they needed to wrap the series up before the lead got too old.
Watched four episodes of S04 of the boys, Antony Starr is still killing it as Homelander, I find it a bit hard to care about the shit that Frenchie and the rest of the side-characters are up to though.