Glad you share the same opinion on OA. And I'm on the fence about Taboo currently (episode 5). On paper, it reads like a wishlist of everything I'd love: Period piece by Knight with Hardy in it (who nearly stole the show in Peaky Blinders, which is in my top 10 shows of all times) involving magic and morally gray characters trying to screw each other over. Sign me up and take all my money! But man, it's just not working for me. Sure, the duel was pretty awesome, and I'm all about anti-heroes motivated by revenge. Hell, that's half of my wishlist right there. But when, outside of revenge, the main character's motivation is to sleep with his sister? Well, I'm checking out. That's worked exactly once in any medium, and it took like 2,000 pages before Jamie became even remotely empathetic. Just finished the third episode of Black Sails, which was not nearly as strong as the first two episodes. Will definitely stick around to see more though.