I have been extremely impressed by the first five episodes of Men of a Certain Age. It's on TNT Mondays at ten. Briefly, it deals with the lives of three men around age 50. Joe is a newly-divorced father and owner of a party store. Terry is a has-been actor and ladies man. Owen is happily married but works for his very demanding father in a car dealership. All of the men have issues, but are likable and believable. The dialogue seems right on most of the time.
Ray Romano wrote and produced the show. I didn't know Raymond had it in him, but he does. It manages to steer away from being too sweet or too sour. The balanced look at the men is unusual in a TV show. They don't chase down criminals, live in a beach house, cook, save lives, lose weight (although maybe Owen should) or chase aliens, but they are sure easy to spend some time with.
Any newer shows I should be watching?