Peaky Blinders: Sort of like Boardwalk Empire, but set in post WWI Birmingham, England. Positive critical reception, but I found it boring. Watched two episodes and we're done.
Narcos: This fictionalized retelling of the Pablo Escobar story received generally positive reviews. Despite its complete absence of nuanced character development and its borderline annoying, pseudo-documentary vibe, I've become a fan or, at least, an addicted watcher, but I'm watching alone.
The Killing: This is an American remake of a critically acclaimed Danish police drama. The acting is solid, the story engrossing, the character development is a bit wooden à la Law and Order, but still significantly better than Law and Order. Credit for the realistic portrayal of wreckage to surviving family in the wake of a murder without overwhelming the mystery side of what is essentially a homicide detective story. I give it a B+, but I see potential to move up to an A. That said, there isn't even a remote possibility that this will ever come close to the first season of True Detective.