Until getting Netflix a couple of months ago, I basically do not watch any TV except for football, the documentary channels on Sky, and the odd bit of BBC and CNN. So whilst I've heard of famous TV series like House, Bones and a few others, I've never ever watched any nor been tempted, mainly because I can't stand being restricted to one episode a week. I think the only complete TV episode of something that I've ever watched from beginning to the end is Band of Brothers. However, since getting Netflix I've been wanting to branch out beyond movies.
Have started from Season 1 of Bones, which I am thoroughly enjoying. Emily Deschanel really does a superb job and having enjoyed the books that the series was loosely based on also helps. I've also enjoyed The Fall (BBC/Northern Ireland crime series featuring Gillian Anderson). With this in mind, which TV series have you enjoyed on Netflix that you'd recommend? Generally speaking, I enjoy crime, thriller and drama types of content. Humour is fine but I prefer subtle/quirkier stuff within a wider context, rather than pure comedy per se.
Your ideas are most appreciated :)