This season? I see two potentially great programs: D/W's Giselle SD and V/M's Carmen LP. Both of them are, given their past history, probably ongoing works in progress, so it's really too soon to tell. And the Carmen program is hampered by the same thing I thought the Pima program was hampered by: they impose a smattering of modern dance moves as signifiers (Look Ma! See how innovative we are!), rather then an organic melding of ice skating/dancing and modern dance. But as has been pointed out in the past, that may be due to the rules, which are in some ways rather conservative.
But I do think both D/W's Bollywood and V/M's Mahler will be talked about in 20 years.
I think there were more memorable programs in the previous Olympic cycle, certainly in the singles disciplines. In pairs I mainly find S/S memorable, so that's a wash, and most of my favorite dance programs were from the Olympic season, so I'll give the dancers another year to get it right.
I wonder if in the long run the Kerrs might be considered more memorable than some of the teams that outscored them; they had some distinctive programs and their own style, and I think that's something that stays with people over time.