King Lear - Good production, the most interesting decision was having Edgar start out as a spoiled playboy.
Coriolanus - Had a truly great Menenius and they succeeded in making the title character complex and sympathetic. There are also some interesting staging decisions re: the contemporary setting.
Macbeth - Great production design but I wasn't crazy about the title performance, although he wasn't bad. I enjoyed it but it's not essential.
Two Noble Kinsmen - I read it right before watching it, the second to last play I needed to read/see. The play, while not great, was better than I expected and the production was fun. The Jailer's Daughter is the best character and appropriately stole the show (played by a little person). The dance scene was alot of fun, which is good because it serves no dramatic function. This play was not included in the BBC's Complete Television Shakespeare because it's co-authored by John Fletcher and was only preserved in his folio, so I'm grateful that they streamed this production.
Complete (except for Two Noble Kinsmen) BBC Television Shakespeare:
Timon of Athens - Just read this, completing the canon (at least of plays that have his name on them) and it is TOTAL ASS. A few parts are pretty funny but holy #### is most of it dumb and unplayable. Jonathan Miller, who took over a third of the way through the series and injected more creativity into the productions, directed this one but even he couldn't save it because most of the play is hot garbage (I also thought it was hard to hear alot of the dialogue but maybe that's partly the fault of the cheap Korean dvd set I have). The first half is a really dumb, vapid guy giving away money to his douchebag friends so they'll like him, then he goes broke and nobody will help him. The entire second half is him living in a cave and digging for roots and cursing humanity and throwing rocks at people who come to visit him. Another version is streaming on the Stratford youtube channel. I'll watch it but I bet their version sucks too because the play sucks. I'll happily eat crow if it it's actually bearable.