I like a lot of those musicians
Good for you, but also irrelevant. Music is a far more subjective genre and I didn't factor it. (And I like some Imagine Dragons myself.)
I was mainly looking at the the movies and TV shows actually, as with those it's far more possible to judge and separate objective quality of work. Granted that a work being objectively badly made does not necessarily prevent it being entertaining. (Says the guy building a library of Italian exploitation films.) But typically not so entertaining as one that's well-crafted.
I've been on board with CSI since I watched the first episode premier with my family eons ago, and I think it's on an upswing currently (barring the bizarre DB gets a gun bit last season), and Miami's off the air (which could be endlessly entertaining but was oh my god holy shit bad), but I wouldn't cite as an example of incredible filmmaking in the hour dramatic format. The Good Wife, while I can't stand it, probably deserves that nod for incredible craftsmanship. Thing is, it's the only one listed that really does.
The movies people are looking forward to are slightly puzzling, some of them have been out for a bit (Evil Dead, The Croods), but others...well the fact anyone is anticipating Mortal Instruments scares the hell out of me unless they plan to stage a Rifftraxs in the theater. The Twilight Ripoff Genre has bombed its way through box office, including even when the ripoff was originally authored by Stephanie Meyer, and for good reason.
edited 19th Apr '13 3:06:15 PM by Night