Master of None Season 1 Review

I really liked this show.  Master of None is about modern life in your late twenties or early thirties.  And it's definitely a show aimed squarely at people in their late twenties and early thirties.  This is exactly where I am in my life at the moment.

It's quick 20-25 minute episodes each focus on an aspect of life and explore it.  They never overstay their welcome and it's always easy to just click to watch the next one.

The acting can be a bit off sometimes but I think it's mostly the actors figuring out their roles.  By the end of the season it's not evident anymore.

Overall it's another good Netflix Original Series.  I love seeing things like this that we wouldn't ever get to see on broadcast or cable TV.  And I still love Netflix's model of releasing an entire season at once.  My wife and I watched all of Master of None over two nights.

I'm also starting to really dig this trend of 10-15 episodes in a season of a show.  A lot of shows that I really like have adopted it.  Game of Thrones, Jessica Jones, Star Wars Rebels, Downton Abbey, and this one.  10-15 episode seasons make for more compact narrative and less filler.  They also make it quicker to digest seasons of content.  It's really cool.


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