At Least Three Shows to Watch on Netflix

We’ve reached the end of Summer, Labor day has come and gone, and we approach the second week of September it can be frightening. Staring down seven months of increasingly cold gusts of winds that hit like a block of cement. Frozen toes and fingers will be a pain, but there are two silver linings to the end of summer and arrival of cold. One being the end of hurricanes (one would hope) and more time for streaming! All wrapped up in the snuggie none of your friends know you have, wasting the day away to some delightfully unhinged violence really can put the mind at ease. Or if you’re looking for something high brow Netflix shall provide…

Here are three shows on Netflix worth your time even if you’ve already seen them.

Master of None

 

Following Dev (Aziz Ansari), a sometimes struggling actor living in an unrealistic apartment in New York. The shows not only deals with everyday struggles of living but heavy topics within religion, relationships,   and aspects of racism. Season one sets it sights more over on the difficulties of maintaining relationships. With Dev watching how his friend’s marriage may not be as dreamy as it seems on the surface. Dev will also go on to struggle with his own relationships and career even as career appears to move in a better direction.

One of the most creative and acclaimed shows from Netflix, Master of None is one of the best shows on TV. The Creation of comedian Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang, the show also possess one of the most diverse cast there is. Its exploration into the lives of people from all walks of life are mesmerizing and highlight the shows best feature. At any given moment MoN can take you down a rabbit hole of someone’s life, and by the end, a feeling of emotional enrichment consumes your body.

MoN possesses a unique soundtrack that plays as well individually as it does on the show. Grabbing tracks from artist all across the globe from Thundercat to Ennio Morricone.

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