Daredevil's main positive is the lack of negatives, which is rare in the comic genre. Cox is brilliant, and makes you want to put in your order for the fourth season on Blu-Ray. It's so good that it almost becomes a cruel trick that Netflix puts them all there for you at once.
Doozers is the children's show you've been waiting for, and it lives up to the expectations you ought to have for anything from the Jim Henson Company and/or anything related to Fraggle Rock. It's a surefire win with kids, and has the educational component behind it locked in.
Backstrom is one of those rare shows that I have no problem recommending to absolutely anyone. It isn't that I think everyone will like it, it's that I don't care if you end up not liking it. It's clever and the characters are all put together solidly, as opposed to focusing exclusively on the focal point.
Silicon Valley took the world by storm with its first season, but the caustic, geek-centric, culture commentary show had a lot to work out to get a second season to fly, and while still better than quite a bit of the television world, it didn't quite make it to the level of the first few episodes of the show.