This past week I’ve been watching Master of None’s third season which, so far, is profoundly spectacular. It’s not nearly as funny as the first two seasons, but it also isn’t trying to be. Rather, it’s seeking, in every form, to tell a wholly human story.

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As a result, it’s quite heavy on the drama. Within the first three episodes, there’s miscarriages, infidelity, and divorce proceedings, all back to back. Naturally, it’s not a show meant to be binged. When you have a show which, with topics like this, threatens to be too depressing, you need to find…

Jason Turk

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