Been having a blast with my new Netflix trial period. I cut the cord when I moved so Roku gets me Amazon, Hulu, and now Netflix. There are hundreds of channels and many are free but really those three plus sling for some live tv and a good antenna are really all you need
New favorites include The Blacklist and Jessica Jones. JJ is so very UN-Marvel Comics, with several powerful female leads.
Also watch The Gunman by Sean Penn
I avoided this for some time because I thought it was just another of the "middle aged assassin retires and gets sucked back in" genre that seems entirely dedicated to funding the retirements of older male action stars. See "The Expendables" series for the model pretty much taken to the limit.
This was surprisingly good though, with Sean Penn drawing on his experience in Haiti to tell a story about the problems inherent in NGO work in the developing world. Before you go all "harumph!" I worked with a doctor that also worked in Haiti and had nothing but good things to say about Penn. He learned the language and mastered the business of NGO work quickly, worked harder than anybody else and never asked for recognition for the work.
But the film focuses on a killing in the Congo, the excellent Javier Bardem and the super cute Jasmine Trinca and a strong supporting cast really make this a good film, mixing action, loss, love, and jealously into something genuinely fun to watch.