I thought I was the only person who watched "Wayward Pines". It got renewed for a 2nd season. The thing I liked about the show is that it moved at a rapid pace. It feels like a lot of show try to milk the story line for all it is worth and it would take all of session 1 to just find out that the town has a fence around it. Wayward Pines season one covers the full story and could end on season 1 and never have a follow up which was the intent. If you haven't seen it you should give the first three episodes a chance. If you don't like it by episode three then you just aren't going to like it. I thought it was a fun ride and worth checking out....clearly I wasn't the only one if it got picked up for another season.
I felt this way about "The Man In The High castle" on Amazon.
Also, Gotham went super-dark and gritty and weird this season, best yet. The development of Penguin and the Riddler, with new, unique origin stories, are epic. The violence is also quite high, with lots of splattering head shots and the like, more than you'd expect.