Been catching up on Fargo. The third season is brilliantly done, as usual, and has some really great moments (e.g. the animated science fiction novel!), but overall it hasn't been quite as compelling for me as the first two seasons (which is a difficult feat to achieve again and again, one has to admit). The best thing about it is once again the villain. The one thing that actually annoys me and was kind of unexpected was that they use the incompetent superior trope badly. Mostly ails me because they always avoided that before; the sheriff that Odenkirk played in season 1 was also kind of incompetent, but there you understood why, what was going on with him - he was just unable to imagine this kind of evil existing in his world; he was overwhelmed by it, in a very human way. Whereas the new chief this season is just a dick being dickish all the time. That's an overused, silly trope that Fargo should be able to do without.
Anyway, caught up to episode 7 and things are getting heated. Looking forward to how things will fall towards the ending.
Oh, I've also finally started to watch some Rick and Morty. This is so much fun!