Current television shows I am watching are The Expanse and Legion. The former did a lot of careful setup last year and has been quite engaging this season. Just different enough from the novels to keep me on my toes. The latter I didn't know anything about but saw the first episode by chance, and was instantly drawn in. I love that it deals with themes of identity, memory, and construction of the sense of personal identity. But also that it is a rare example of what I wish more people in television would try to do - establishing a language for visual storytelling. Nearly all contemporary series are still in the same format of recorded plays, where the presentation and effects are only stylistic embellishments rather than integral to the narrative. I think it is much more creative than the X-Men movies I've seen, and comic movies/television generally.
As for old shows - one of the kids has had me on a Monty Python binge, which I have enjoyed, and which probably speaks for itself to many here who have watched it for decades. Also I have finally been checking out Mary Hartman Mary Hartman, which is a somewhat obscure Norman Lear production from the mid 1970s. There is a lot of great cultural commentary and comedy/drama, like in many other series he worked on. But MHMH does this in the format of a satirical daily soap opera, sending up soap conventions with dry deadpan sensibilities and all of the associated melodrama. I don't know why I have never encountered it in syndication anywhere, it seems like a classic to me.
Looking forward to the next season of Sense8!