Provide the internet with a little information and it can offer surprisingly insightful recommendations, from books you might like based on recent purchases, to bands who might explode your head as hard as Buckcherry in spite of that being impossible. Matching you with the television programs of your dreams: Bee.tv.
From a team of Milan-based media & tech vets, Bee's like a Pandora for TV programming, curating a personalized selection of content based on your feelings regarding particular films and shows, then directing you to when & where you can watch them either online, on TV, or on a mobile device (finally, iBones!). Users start by rating up to 50 shows/movies (The Bourne Ultimatum, SportsCenter...) from a pre-populated list, after which they can further discriminate via filters including genre (reality, nature), type (series, sports, news), HD compatibility, and parental guideline rating, useful for anyone saving their v-chip until they're Married With Children. All prefs get run through Bee's proprietary algorithm (designed by a psychologist who's worked on major optimization projects for IBM and Netflix) that returns an extensive gallery of recommended shows complete with a taste-relevance rating, the next time it's airing/a link to download it, and trailers, though not the kind that'll be necessary to haul you off the couch if you keep watching so much TV.
There's even a new iPhone/iPad app to keep users up-to-speed on the go, though perhaps the insightful recommendation is that if you're already on the go, perhaps you shouldn't be trying not to be.