Master of None Presents: Moments in Love: Season 3 (2021)

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Season 3
Master of None Presents: Moments in Love

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Anchored by powerful performances from Lena Waithe and Naomi Ackie, Moments in Love is undeniably slow TV, but patient viewers will be rewarded with a surprising and mature season that wears its cinematic inspirations on its sleeve.

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Critic Ratings: 42

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Air date: May 23, 2021

Now a best-selling author, Denise leads a quiet life with her wife, Alicia, in upstate New York; however, dinner with another couple leads to big questions.

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Air date: May 23, 2021

As the mood in the house grows increasingly strained, Alicia leaves town for an antique fair.

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Air date: May 23, 2021

Facing a wave of major changes, Denise grapples with feelings of guilt and failure.

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Air date: May 23, 2021

Alicia turns to a fertility clinic for help and soon finds herself on a physical, financial and emotional quest.

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Air date: May 23, 2021

A trip to upstate New York leads to reflections on the past and present for Denise and Alicia.

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Cast & Crew

Lena Waithe
Denise

Actor
Naomi Ackie
Alicia

Actor
Aziz Ansari
Dev

Guest Star
Aysha Kala
Reshmi

Guest Star
Aziz Ansari
Creator
Alan Yang
Creator
Aziz Ansari
Executive Producer
Alan Yang
Executive Producer
Mike Schur
Executive Producer
David Miner
Executive Producer
Dave Becky
Executive Producer
Igor Srubshchik
Executive Producer
Harris Wittels
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Audience Reviews for Master of None Presents: Moments in Love: Season 3

  • Jun 15, 2022
    Terrible, terrible way of making a great show a horrible one.
  • Apr 10, 2022
    A documentary of sad lesbians that no one wanted or asked for with a hint of acting
  • Mar 22, 2022
    Wow, that was just boring. I couldn't watch all of it. What happened???
  • Feb 03, 2022
    An intimate story, with great photography and art direction. Lamentably, the direction and shots are the bare minimum to tell the story, it lacks the dynamism which the previous seasons had.
  • Jan 28, 2022
    I can not believe production decided to make that as season 3, I got bored after episode 2. Lame.
  • Jan 22, 2022
    Seasons 1 and 2 were great but Season 3 is unwatchable. Shifting the focus off Dev was a huge mistake. I loved Dev's quirkiness, and viewing life through his eyes. Denise's character can't carry a whole season and the acting is subpar she was never meant to be a main character.
  • Jan 20, 2022
    I'm speechless with this season. It is, without a doubt, the best entire season I've seen on netflix. It is so beautiful, so felt, so real and, above all, just unapologetic - you don't get the dreamy tv show or the usual fake and utopic happy ending. Thank you so much for the work and dedication to detail, to women, to queer put into this tv series, and to making us feel safe in our mistakes.
  • Jan 13, 2022
    I really wanted to like this season. The gross departure though from the original storyline and taking a background character and moving into the spotlight to try to create a connection to the original show fell flat. Although not strictly a comedy the first two seasons provided many moments of levity and Devs struggles with relationships, his career and family were endearing. The acting in season 3 is quite good but the style is overly artistic and provides none of the levity of earlier seasons. The should have been billed as a spin-off and not Masters of None.
  • Dec 06, 2021
    Slower paced than previous seasons but what an awesome story, grabs you and never lets go. Great actors, great story, wonderful imagination to pivot from the mostly comedic episodes to this heartfelt season.
  • Nov 07, 2021
    The whole series from one to three is actually two(so far) great comedy dramas under the one roof. Though I couldn't quite reconcile to the sudden shift to another character and an even more jarring shift to different stylistics, it felt something like a David Lynch-style shift into a different reality, I decided to remain in my seat and see it through, and it was worth it, season three is also great, but for jarringly different reasons. I think this methodology of character and style-switching should be pursued, folks will object and find it jarring, but I sense a potential for breaking new ground. Any way, whatever, season three is great in itself.

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