"Billions" - Showtime - It's the Federal Government vs a rich Wall Street brokerage. I'm really liking the cat-and-mouse battle between the 2 as they constantly challenge each other. I'm also a fan of Paul Giamanti.
"Vinyl" - HBO - The story of the recording industry in the 1970's. This one has lost my interest. It started out strong with a record label wanting to sign up new talent, but the plot and subplots have been muddled. You would think that with Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger at the helm you would get something great. All I'm getting is "meh."
"Bosch" - Amazon - It's the story of a hard-boiled LAPD homicide detective that doesn't like to play by the rules. Oh! How original! Actually, it has become my binge-watch of the moment. I'm loving the acting and the plot(s). A recommendation to Al and Dex (That's LA!)
And then there are the ongoing shows that I'm still diggin'. We're plowing through the new season of "House of Cards." Love it! We're still sticking with "The Walking Dead", but for how much longer we don't know. "Better Call Saul" is still awesome as well as our absolute favorite "Shameless." One month until "Game of Thrones" *squee!*