Alright, so Westworld, Lucifer, Shameless and Timeless are out!
I just watched episode 2 of Westworld, and my god, it's damn interesting and well made! Highly recommend you to watch it, especially if you're into Sci-Fi (9.3 rating on IMDB as of now).
The first episode for Shameless' new season was great fun, and the character development is getting stronger. Good!
Lucifer - Well, after watching the first episode of season 2, it's sort of stuck. The show focuses more on the distractions (side stories) than the red herring (main story), so I'm considering dropping this show entirely.
Timeless: No idea. I actually forgot about it, and only remembered it because I saw I wrote it in an earlier post. The reviews of it are 'meh', and its rating on IMDB is below 8, so I might just skip it as well.
I very rarely watch any TV-Shows with an IMDB rating below 8, and movies with a rating below 7. I've found that they don't really give me any satisfaction.
A good movie/TV-Show leaves you with questions and thoughts once you've finished them.
I watched 2/3 of the first episode of Luke Cage. I'm going to watch at least one more episode before I make my mind up about it, it's just that it was so generic.
MINOR SPOILER IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED EPISODE 1 OF LUKE CAGE:
So, there's this guy. Great looking, great social skills, you know, the usual protagonist these days. Then you have the other guy who's like "Hey, you have super powers, you should use them to do good!", and the protagonist responds with "I didn't ask for this ..." and so on.
Ok, those weren't the exact lines, but you get the idea.
END OF MINOR SPOILER ...
Why does every show/movie involving some sort of super hero start like that? It's bland and generic, and it doesn't offer anything new to the table.