It seems we're watching very different shows this season, at least so far. The main overlap is Yuri Kuma Arashi. I'm not able to pick much sense out of its plot so far, but it certainly is a visual treat, both at a SHAFT-y aesthetics level, and also at a very... yuri level, shall we say.
Oh, and I've largely enjoyed the first two episodes of the IdolMaster spinoff.
You might like Kantai Collection. It has some distinct Saki elements to it, and some good action.
This season I'm watching (not counting the carryovers of Log Horizon II and Shigatsu wa Kimi no Uso):
Assassination Classroom: Very interesting premise, and Koro-sensei's a charismatic character that could carry a series by himself
Dog Days 3: The highlight of the season for me, I'm a huge fan of the series. At least in my top 20 favorite anime, maybe top 10.
Kamisama Hajimemashita II: Fun and charming show. I also think it's pretty cool that my fourth nephew was born while the original was airing (December 15th 2012), and that the fifth was born during the Winter season where the sequel is airing (well, December 30th, but I associate him with Winter 2015 since Fall 2014 was basically finished). Cousins linked by Kamisama Hajimemashita
Seiken Tsukai no World Break: Recommended to me by EroKing-sensei. It's a nice series, I like the idea of all the characters having past lives.
Shinmai Maou no Testament: It's okay, fairly standard anime so far but I'm enjoying it well enough.
The Idolmaster - Cinderella Girls: Seems I'm a fan of idol series, since I've watched most of the ones that have cropped up over the last few years; Love Live, the original Idolmaster series, Natsuiro Kiseki. The idolm@ster series from 2011 was a wonderful show, so I couldn't pass this one up. I'm hoping it's two cour like the original.
Tokyo Ghoul Root A (too lazy to copy and paste the symbol ): A great show for anyone who enjoys morbid material, and I really like how much the main character has changed from the original.
Yuri Kuma Arashi: I'm checking this out mainly because of Ikuhara; I've never watched Utena, but I very much enjoyed Penguindrum.