...There's too many! I cant even begin to hope to watch all of them, so I just picked out the ones i thought i would like. IE, I avoided all romancy sounding ones, but there are quite a few if you like that type of thing.
First off some oldies come new/ second seasons:
Another season of Mushishi: a slice-of-life where strange phenomenon are the result of beings called "mushi" and how humans interact with them.
Parasyte comes to an animated series for the first time. A parasitic alien invasion is underway, and Shinichi Izumi, with a stroke of luck, survives a partial parasitic infection. Now he is the only one who can stop them, while battling the parasyte in his right hand.
Hitsugi no Chaika season 2: Chaika and co now know more about the mysteries of "Chaika", but will still continue to collect her father's remains. Insert conspiracy theories. Still fun and pretty action to watch.
Log Horizon season 2: People get stuck in an mmo, Elder Tales, and must figure out how to rebuild society to work in it. Hm.... new artist I think. The art's a bit different. Thankfully, they went back to exploring how the mmo world works and revolutionizing it with ideas from the adventurers. I was gonna stop watching if they kept going down the harem route. Sounds like now they're destroying the natural world order XD.
Psycho-Pass season 2. A kind of weird mental crime if you intended to do the crime but haven't type dystopia thing. Havent watched myself
Fate/Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works Another one -_-
What I am watching:
Nanatsu no Taizai 10 years ago, Britannia's greatest knights betrayed the Holy Knights by attempting to overthrow the Kingdom of Liones, slaughtering many of the Holy Knights in the process. They were known as the Seven Deadly Sins and faded into rumours over the years. Now, a young woman searches for them at the risk of her own life. But are they anything like the rumours?
This is a total huge recommendation! I love the manga, and was thrilled there's an anime. It's a Shounen Jump anime, so it will be along the lines of One Piece and that crowd, but the story is a whole lot more interesting and ....er, concise. They get to the point of what's going on pretty quick. And the art, and music and everything they put in go so perfectly into an epic fantasy in the world of Arthurian Britain. Well, except that freaking pig's voice. So annoyin.
Amagi Brilliant Park Seiya, a genious considered as "Mr Perfect", is tasked with rebuilding a decrepit amusement park, which turns out is populated with fairies who need the park to survive. Bring in 250k visitors!
Meh. It's on my "watch-if-bored" list. A good genius-overcoming-the-odds show for those who like that type of thing.
Denki-Gai no Honya-san A slice-of-life about the employees of a doujinshi store in Akiba.
Simple art about otaku life for otakus.
Ushinawareta Mirai wo Motomete Ummm there's a glowing box that only glows at... some times? Some high school sweetheart melodrama? And... supernatural stuff with a naked girl showing up? And a rewind in time... maybe.
Nooo idea what this is about... and not interested in figuring it out. The art palette is strange, and it has one of those "oooo, we're being myst~er~ious" vibes to it. Meh, if you like good melodramatic drama, you may be interested.
Madan no Ou to Vanadis Young Duke Tigre of the Brune Kingdom is an archer in a world of swordsman, but his prowess is nothing to laugh at. Though his company is wiped about by one from Kingdom of Zhcted, Tigre alone makes a stand to give his remaining soldiers time to run ... and is taken for ransom, spared by the Senki, Eleanor who has taken an interest in his abilities.
Thank goodness they tried to make him look more masculine. I lost interest in the manga cause he was so girly with pink hair XD. A fun story about weapons with powers and the chosen who wield them.