The Walking DeadOne episode in but I'll definitely stick with it. I think a zombie apocalypse will make for a great, long-running series, especially if it explores how society tries to rebuild itself. Oh, and if you were wondering how they would pull off a zombie show on television it is easily as violent as the most violent zombie film. Can't show breasts on television, or say the F word, but a little girl zombie getting her brains blown out, not a problem. I'm not complaining about the violence but about the double standard.
FringeI love how this show keeps moving forward and revealing more about the alternative universe, especially now that every other episode takes place there. Anna Torv gets better as an actress every season. I like her alternative version with the red hair.
30 RockIt hasn't been too memorable this season but I still look forward to it. The writing is generally very clever and very funny. Too bad this show isn't on cable and they could just do thirteen standout episodes.
CommunityAn up and down season but the second episode (picture above with Rob Corddry) was excellent, and I really enjoyed last week's zombie episode. The cast is great, particularly the combination of Danny Pudi and Donald Glover playing Abed and Troy. I love their relationship and I love the little codas that they write for each episode.
Boardwalk EmpireIt started slow but now it's cooking, getting better every week. The set-design, costumes, and cinematography alone make it worth watching but the characters are getting very interesting. Each week we learn a little more about each of them. And while this show has plenty of violence there is no double standard here. I haven't seen so much nudity on a TV show since I house-sat at a place that had late-night Cinemax.