Almost Human and Forever. They each only ran one season but were both good to great. I fucking LOVED Almost Human and was pissed off that it was not renewed. Big mistake.
Hannibal. I can not recommend this enough. I have never had any interest in horror or anything, but Hannibal sucked me in like nothing else. I stayed up over 40 hours just watching the first season and half the second, in one straight go.
White Collar and Burn Notice. In some ways very similar, and in others amazingly different, both shows had fun casts, interesting stories, and great acting. Personal preference? Burn Notice was the better, by far.
I highly recommend Chuck. It's about a nerdy, quirky guy who accidentally downloads government secrets in his head. When I recommend it to people, they're always hesitant to watch but end up watching it.
You can try Greys Anatomy. I really tried to watch it and tried to force myself to like it but I couldn't. It was just so predictable and I come from a family of healthcare workers and I can't begin to tell you how unrealistic it is.
Sounds like you might be for something more thought provoking, pitched more to adults. Here are a few that might be available stateside and might satisfy you more. Fortitude. Indian Summers, series 1 & 2 Homeland The Tunnel (series 1 & 2) The Bridge (Danish-Swedish collaboration, Inspiration for The Tunnel) More than 1 series. Inspector Montalbano and Young Montalbano - both very entertaining if you can handle subtitles. Wallander (original Swediish production and British remakes with Kenneth Brannagh) Jack Taylor - Irish - gritty, pulls no punches. Trapped (iceland) Luther - British Night Porter - miniseries based on the LeCarré novel. Blue Eyes - Swedish political thriller. A bit gory at times. Occupied - the EU orchestrates a Russian invasion of Norway when the Green government shuts down oil production. Great premise, well executed. This is just off the top of my head. Euro TV is compelling and one reason I will never go back to North America.
You should read a book instead, Seems like you are already following a lot of shows. I would recommend, "If Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand "The Old Man and the Sea" by Ernest Hemingway Or perhaps "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley
Peaky blinders, the messengers, top boy, the fosters, gotgam, better call saul. Those are the few i can think of. On my to do oist i have the night manager, 11/22/63, the new season of suits, and damien.
Have you tried Legends of Tomorrow; it takes place in the Arrowverse and it's really fun. If you like crime shows I love Bones and Psych. Elementary sounds like something you might enjoy. If you can handle corny stuff, try Xena. Hope this helps