Best TV Streamed in 2015

This list is not necessarily my favorite new releases of the year. Instead, it is the best of the content I watched since this time last year. In addition, this list is in alphabetical order because agonizing over a precise order would take out all the fun:

1. Girls: Season 4 (HBO Now)

2. The Good Wife: Season 6 (Amazon Prime)

3. How to Get Away with Murder: Season 1 (Netflix)

4. Last Week Tonight With John Oliver: Seasons 1 and 2 (HBO Now)

5. The Leftovers: Seasons 1 and 2 (HBO Now)

6. Narcos: Season 1 (Netflix)

7. Orange Is the New Black: Season 3 (Netflix)

8. Sense 8: Season 1 (Netflix)

9. Suits: Season 4 (Amazon Prime)

10. The Knick: Season 1 (HBO Now)

Bonus:ExM

I missed “Ex Machina” in the theaters, but really enjoyed catching up with it on Amazon Prime. Highly recommended: “A programmer is invited by his employer, an eccentric billionaire, to administer the Turing test to an android with artificial intelligence.”

Previous Lists

Best “Netflix Instant” Streamed in 2013

Best “Netflix Instant” Streamed in 2012

Best “Netflix Instant” Streamed in 2011

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The Rev. Dr. Carl Gregg is a trained spiritual director, a D.Min. graduate of San Francisco Theological Seminary, and the minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Frederick, Maryland. Follow him on Facebook (facebook.com/carlgregg) and Twitter (@carlgregg).

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