Broadchurch and Happy Valley are pretty great.
Peaky Blinders is excellent.
The Missing was really really emotional and good as well.
Someone also mentioned Les Revenants which I also thought was great.
To add to the discussion about Homeland.. Season 4 was the best season yet. Agree that it starts off extremely slow, but picks up to some of the best episodes of the series. It does end extremely flat, though. I don't see how that ending was much of a cliff hanger or set-up for next season.
Les Revenants was great, the US version of it not so much. I understand they wanted a different show, but why? The original was so well done.
The new season of TWD has been good. I stopped caring about the show last season, but this season is leaps beyond where it was last year.
Just started Brooklyn Nine-Nine, now I feel I have to recommend the show. Braugher is funny as shit and he and Crews carry the show. I avoided it because of Andy Samberg, but it is great tv. A show people should be getting into.
Utopia was cancelled and won't be picked up. Do what you have to to get both seasons. The show is worthwhile just for the cinematics never mind anything else. By far the best looking show I have seen, but also interesting story with good moral dilemmas and memorable characters.
If anyone hasn't seen it, you must watch the Knick-- easily the best new tv show of 2014.
And shameless plug for the 100 if you like sci-fi