Not up to making four posts, so I'll break it down here.
I must say HULU has brought me some great TV shows, all of these are very good.
Longmire, a Sheriff dealing with person ghosts that haunt him, but a truly righteous man in Wyoming , our least populated state I believe with 6 people per square mile, deals with boundary issues with Native American land, and not only a fresh story every week, often involving a murder, but also carrying a plot that slowly unwinds itself to us each week. We watched the entire series this weekend.
Justified, a Federal Marshall sent back to his home town years after leaving, marrying and divorcing. This actor I remember from the movie the crazies and knew he would be a great leading character and this show is perfectly cast for him. I think this is season four and until a walk down HULU lane, I never heard of it. Being a Federal Marshall (not sure if there are any other kind) he does travel, keeping the stories fresh. It too, has a underlying plot, mostly how as wise and gentle he appears, there is a darker side to him which I have not see enough shows to know about except it involves his father, recently out of prison.
SPY, a British show that sadly ran only 17 episodes, just turned down for its third season. Follows a guy, ashamed f working at a low budget electronic store, wants to better himself - he thought he was taking a civil service test but not so, he mistakenly takes an MI-5 test and aces it. The boss, a character called the Examiner I think of Britain's Kevin Spacey, not only a good look alike, but able to play a remarkably cunning yet twisted leader, kinky and cunning. The shows story though is between Tim the new agent and his genius son Marcus (likely the best child actor I have ever seen) there is a custody battle for Marcus and seeing the whacky custody judges and councilor figures mimics life so very well. Very smart show, I miss this one already.
WHITES, takes place is a restaurant kitchen in a castle turned hotel. The fellow who plays (Tim in Spy mentioned above) plays the sou chef in this smart comedy where people in the kitchen, the owner and hotel manager seem to live in worlds that rarely intersect except to either show their own false vanity or display their clueless traits. Sadly, this only lasted 6 episodes, but I highly recommend you spend an evening with this crew - somehow this show didn't make it, and as in SPY, I think that The British are too busy watching the dribble from American TV, and miss great hits on their own tellies.