Last Friday, Netflix debuted its latest original series, Master of None, starring and created by Parks and Recreation’s Aziz Ansari. Following Ansari’s Dev, a late 20s commercial actor living in New York, the 10 episode, half hour show brings us a different social issue to focus on in each episode. Through a deeply personal lens of Ansari, it’s perhaps the most culturally aware show I’ve ever seen.
On March 6th, Tina Fey and Robert Carlock’s The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt began streaming on Netflix. Ellie Kemper, best known from The Office and Bridesmaids, stars as the titular Kimmy Schmidt, a twenty-nine year old who has spent the last fifteen years of her life in the underground bunker of a doomsday cult in Indiana. […]
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