Supergirl, Madam Secretary and Elementary have all aired their season premieres, but haven't aired anything else. Like everyone else I know, I hated that one thing Supergirl did, but otherwise thought all 3 had good premieres.
Rosewood is clearing the slate of last season's dangling subplots pretty fast, which is good, but makes me wonder about their season-long plans. (One thing hasn't been resolved, but I assume they're going for a big payoff there.) I can't say I'm enamored of the new captain, but I don't hate him, either.
Star Wars: Rebels is playing pretty heavily into building up to events in A New Hope, and has started incorporating a bit of the no-longer-canon EU into the current canon. I doubt they'll incorporate a large amount of it (a lot can no longer be canon) but I think it's a good idea to bring some of it in. I do wonder how much longer the series will continue? We're getting closer and closer to the OT, and while they theoretically could simply continue following the crew of The Ghost as doing things for the rebellion separate from the events in OT, Leia knows about Kanan and Ezra as of last season, and I can't see how they'd work things out so that she doesn't tell Luke about them if they're still around. (I loved Leia's appearance last season and hope she shows up again, but it did not bode well for the crew of The Ghost in the long run, I don't think.)
How to Get Away With Murder is doing pretty well with adjusting the big mystery of the first half of the season to being about finding out who died, not who the culprit is (hopefully the answer isn't the same). Everyone in the show except Michaela and maybe Asher and Bonnie is on a terrible self-destructive trajectory right now, if at different speeds, and I fear for them. Except Frank. Frank can completely self-destruct and die and make me happy, though I will admit that this week's revelations about what he's actually up to right now is the first thing to make me just very slightly interested in the character.
For whatever reason, hulu doesn't seem to have Quantico this season. I think I'm just going to wait for Netflix to get the full season, unless that changes. Empire I just...kind of forgot to watch. It's always been a show where the actors and characters were stronger than the show itself, but it lost me a lot of the time last season. I also deliberately spoiled myself about whether or not someone died after the finale and was not pleased. I'll probably wait until the season is over and streaming somewhere and see if I feel like watching it then.
The only new series I've tried out is Timeless, though I hope to watch the aired episodes of Pitch before hulu takes the pilot down. I am enjoying Timeless but don't have a lot to say, aside from sideeyeing tumblr A LOT for all the people who are effectively saying that a black man pointing out how much US history has sucked for black people is comic relief. Matt Lanter, who voices Anakin in The Clone Wars plays one of the main characters and it is SO WEIRD for him to not be animated. (Also, cartoon!Anakin somehow looks just like both him and Hayden Christiansen.)