I don't have a television, but I do watch television. On occasion. Usually binge watched now. Never as much as I'd like but always too much.
I try to keep up with the decent noteworthy shows. Rick & Morty, The Expanse, etc. I'm always behind, yet never really missing anything.
During my Big Pharama poison prescription induced depression fog all I did was watch TV and movies and now I can't remember much of them. Plus my sense of time is shot now.
There are only a couple from that time I still follow. These are some of my guilty pleasures that I actually download on a weekly basis instead of waiting to binge. None of them are great, but they're not bad either, and I can easily do other things while it plays on my 4th monitor:
The Curse Of Oak Island documents Nova Scotia treasure hunters in a banal reality-TV presentation yet has some occasionally interesting authentic discoveries. (I also like Digging For Britain, but I binge that every few years.)
Picard is not your Dad's Star Trek but desperately wishes it was. The fundamentals of Star Trek are pushed aside to "modernize" this very unoriginal series dependent on nostalgia while ruining the legacy and failing to improve on anything. As a fan of the original Star Trek and Star Trek: The Next Generation I watch in desperate hopes that it eventually finds good solid footing to take off.
Endeavour , British ITV murder mysteries solved by a younger Endeavour Morse set around Oxford in the late 60s / early 70s, based on another series I haven't seen. I can't explain why exactly that I like this quaint pseudo-gothic semi-pretentious show, but I think it has something to do with the excellent immersion into another time and place and culture, even if fictionally glazed over in artificial nostalgia propaganda.
I've also got 1864 (2014) qued up and ready to watch. If anyone is interested I can wait for you to download or whatever and we can watch it together and correspond about it, pros, cons, propaganda, etc.
" 1864 is a 2014 Danish television historical war drama series written and directed by Ole Bornedal. It is based on two books by Tom Buk-Swienty about the Second Schleswig War of 1864 between Denmark and an alliance of Prussia and Austria which ended in defeat for Denmark and the loss of a quarter of its territory to Prussia. It follows two brothers from a remote village on Funen who enlist in the Danish army just before the outbreak of war, and experience the horrors of combat in Schleswig. It also features actual historical figures such as Danish prime minister D. G. Monrad and Prussian prime minister Otto von Bismarck. It was the most expensive Danish TV series to be made to date. " ~ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1864_(TV_series)
IMDb only gives it a 6.6/10, but I figure I can learn a lot about non-English Europe. For period pieces I like to peruse the trivia about the behind the scenes production, fictions, facts, anachronisms, etc. If it turns out to be meh then I'll just multitask.