Master of None [Season 1], tells the story of the personal and professional life of Dev, a 30-year-old actor in New York.
Overall, the first season of Master of None, is a beautiful confident show, that shows the show takes it easy, and executes a heavy strong topic of passion. What I love about the first season is its sweet writing and ensemble. It's everything to get me to like a show. I love Master of None.
Master of None [Season 2], tells the story of Dev who returns to New York to take on challenges in his personal and family life, a new career opportunity, and a complex, developing relationship with someone very meaningful to him.
Overall, the second season of Master of None, is a wonderful return to a clever show that everyone would want to see. What I love about Master of None season two, is the films writing, and characters opening transitions to the show even more. Ansari himself, again, has created a genuine second season, which I flat out love.
The Night Of: Ministries [Season 1], tells the story of a night of partying with a female stranger, a man wakes up to find her stabbed to death and is charged with her murder.
Overall the first season of The Night Of, is a thrilling tour de force mini-series masterpiece, that is a gripping tale of race, religion, violence, and miscarriage. I love the this mini-series, because of it's ensemble, and dark-thrilling stories. It's episode live up to the moment, and knows its limitations of dark drama.
Stranger Things [Season 1], tells the story when a young boy disappears, his mother, a police chief, and his friends must confront terrifying forces in order to get him back.
Overall, the first season of Stranger Things was just a stupid tribute to the '80s. It is just a cliche crafted show, that is plain out overrated. I feel that the show is bland, and has a ton of cliche dialog, that is so corny, and actually makes me hate the show. Strongly, I would actually like to see a season two, but, I hope the Duffer brothers make better improvements than the first season, to give audiences better thrills.
Silicon Valley [Season 4], tells the story of evolution of the Northern California high-tech mecca.
Overall, the fourth season of Silicon Valley was exciting. The show keeps getting better and better every season. The show just knows exactly what to do, so what can you say? The show is just absolutely brilliant and wonderful, there's nothing bad you can say about it... at all.
Silicon Valley [Season 3], tells the story when Richard is demoted to chief technology officer, he butts heads with Pied Piper's new CEO Jack Barker, who has very different hopes and strategies for the company. The team, however, have faith in Richard and try to help him develop his ideas in secret. Hooli has its own problems: Belson manages to fire the entire Nucleus team, which leads to several technical issues with the product, due to nobody else knowing how to make it work. As both companies try to finally launch their final product, they also have to deal with corporate espionage, budget problems, corporate politics, takeovers, buyouts, petty disagreements and an unhealthy dose of bad luck.
Overall, the third season of Silicon Valley cannot keep getting better and better. Mike Judge continues to create an exquisite character wheel that is so likable, and too, to the new ideas are very likable... I just love it!
Silicon Valley [Season 2], tells the story when the Pied Piper team find out about Peter Gregory's death, they start to doubt the viability of Raviga as an investor and start to pitch their business to other venture capitalists. However, Laurie Bream, Raviga's new manager, and Monica, Peter's former assistant, keep the company's promise and make a really good offer that Hendricks accepts. Bad news quickly follow: Hooli's Belson decides to sue Pied Piper for intellectual property theft, causing Raviga to drop the recently acquired team and the other venture capitalists to lose interest in them. When all hope seems lost, eccentric billionaire Russ Hanneman makes his entrance and offers to fund Hendrick's operations. The second season of the comedy series focuses on lawsuits, competition, business decisions and corporate espionage.
Overall, the second season of Silicon Valley is even better than season one. It's an ambitious show that you cannot dislike. Silicon Valley feels fresh every episode you watch. The show rallies up its comedy from the first season, and adds on even better than the first season of Silicon Valley. Too, it's even better to see that the ensemble is even better in season two than season one, due to the characters opening up, and transitioning even more.
Silicon Valley [Season 1], tells the story of Richard Hendricks, a silicon valley engineer trying to build his own company called Pied Piper.
Overall, Silicon Valley is an original television show, with clever writing, and characters, which is a fully formed and packed with smart observations that will appeal to anyone with even a passing interest technology, modern capitalism and geek culture. Silicon Valley is definitely a show that Mike Judge will never regret doing. It's a flat-out masterpiece, that I think audiences will enjoy, deeply.
I'm Dying Up Here [Season 1], tells the story of the stand-up comedy scene of the '70s in L.A., where the careers of most comedy superstars began, "I'm Dying Up Here" delves into the inspired and damaged psyches that inhabit the hilarious, but complex business of making an audience laugh.
Overall, I'm Dying Up Here is an amazing journey heading back into the '70s comedy clubs, where we can go back and see great stand-up. The show has a great potential of what its delivering, and it's aspect of trying to make in Hollywood, which is what every filmmaker, or talented performer tries to achieve in L.A. The show generally reminds me of myself, still trying to make it big here in Hollywood, and it exactly nails it to the bone.
Mr. Robot [Season 2], tells the story of Elliot Alderson as he comes to terms with his mental health issues. Along with the other members of 'fsociety', he must cope with the hackers' impact on Evil Corp.
Overall, the second season of Mr. Robot is more dark and thrilling than the first season, knowing its limits of dark drama. Malek's performance is dark, and hands down sinister. I love Malek in season two, as we get to see how his character is emerging more and more. For its final episode, Mr. Robot leaves us with answers, questions, and digging in our couches for another season.
Mr. Robot [Season 1], tells the story of a young programmer (Malek) working as a cyber-security engineer by day, and a vigilante hacker by night.
Overall, Mr. Robot is probably one of my favorite shows. It's thrills and devastation really get me compelled to watch this show again and again. The show is fast-paced, visceral, original and, as reports go, extremely authentic, which is what I vitally love. Rami Malek defiantly deserves credit for his performance in this roll. I love it, and you should, too. Because Mr. Robot is the show of the network now.