Legends of Tomorrow
I liked the premise of this one. A team of B-List superheroes and villains from the current DC superhero shows team up to fight and enemy that is going to destroy the timeline. It's a superhero time travel show! The pilot had me interested and then the first few episodes after it completely lost me. It got boring, and stuck in the 1970s for some reason. If this gets critical acclaim later I might come back and check it out again but for now it's lost my attention.
A cool premise of a zombie show where our zombie protagonist is perfectly functional in human society because she got a job at the morgue and can eat brains regularly. The brains let her relive some of the memories of the dead person, as well as pick up their skills or quirks. Unfortunately it quickly became a police procedural for some reason. I hate police procedurals.
The pilot had me really interested in the adventures of Marco Polo but then the next episodes had horribly slow pacing. As I go back and try out all these shows I'm learning that plot pacing is the most important thing for me, otherwise I feel like I'm wasting my time. If Marco Polo were telling the same story, only faster, I would be more interested.
That's it for now. I still have a few other shows on my list to check out and I'm hoping they might stick.