It's pretty safe to assume that most people present have at least watched some of The Walking Dead. And that they are aware of Breaking Bad. They've maybe even heard of this little obscure show called Game Of Thrones. But how about you tell us all about those shows you watch that no-one else seems to talk about? Yes I am asking you to go full hipster about your TV viewing habits. Go nuts. I'll go ahead and share my two shows that are both awesome yet not quite as big on the public spectrum as they maybe should be. UTOPIA A surreal graphic novel. A quartet of geeks and outcasts. A shadowy conspiracy willing to stoop to any level to realise it's goals. And a woman who's been on the run from them her entire life. Utopia is a kick-ass blend of ultraviolence, thriller, drama and sci-fi, and one of the best British dramas to come out of Channel 4 in recent years. There's a darkly comedic element to a lot of the show, which makes some of the violence slightly more palatable in places, but the writers know when to strip this away when they truly want to shock you (and they will). Not to mention there's something about the way Neil Maskell's character asks his victims "where is Jessica Hyde?" that will creep you out ever so slightly. ORPHAN BLACK A savvy con-artist witnesses a woman who looks identical to her fling herself in front of a train, and begins to assume the dead woman's life. All manner of weird shit ensues. There's a lot of great sci-fi out there on the small screen, but Orphan Black easily stands as one of my favourites. It's this extremely clever (but never preachy or excessive) exploration of scientific ethics and the battle between evolution and creationism, its narrative a proper rabbit-hole of a conspiracy that draws you in and keeps the twists and turns coming thick and fast. Seriously, how the fuck has Tatiana Maslany not been getting more awards for her performances?