rolling current TV dramas you're enjoying or ones you're looking forward to over the rest of 2014 thread...
Should've gone for this one first time round, really. Schoolboy error on my part, fellas.
Dawned on me just how many decent telly dramas there are on at the minute. Obviously plenty of stuff comes on the tellybox this time of year so the DVDs can get rushed out for Christmas, but this year there seems to be even more than usual. All of the following are worth watching, bar possibly Homeland but we'll see how that one pans out. Ten, off the top of my head...
Boardwalk Empire, Series 5 (Sky Atlantic)
Swift wrapping up of pretty great prohibition era Atlantic City Buscemi series.
Peaky Blinders, Series 2 (BBC1)
Otherwise dodgy 1920's Birmingham gangster stuff, saved by Cillian Murphy. Also with Sam Neill, and now Tom Hardy.
The Code (BBC4)
Aussie conspiracy drama somewhere between Bird of Prey, Top of the Lake and The Killing.
The Fall, Series 2 (BBC2)
Sexy Gillian Anderson tries to stop the pretty frightening Jamie Dornan from duffing more birds in.
Homeland, Series 4 (C4)
Claire Danes pulls funny faces in the Middle East for another thirteen hours, but thankfully Damien Lewis' dancing eyebrows have fucked off.
The Driver (BBC1)
David Morrissey and Colm Meaney playing unconvincing Mancs in three-part heisty effort.
Fortitude (Sky Atlantic)
Scandinavian smalltown murder mystery with the bird in the jumper from The Killing.
Ray Donovan, Series 2 (Sky Atlantic)
Fixer shit, with Jon Voight and Eddie Marsan.
Gomorrah (Sky Atlantic)
Naples mafia serial loosely based on the book/film.
Scandinavian crime drama.
Anything else you're currently watching or looking forward to over the rest of the year, British, American or other, or opinions on those of the above you've seen?