Master of None may not be the first name that comes to mind when discussing the Netflix's original series.
In terms of hype it falls way behind the likes of House of Cards, Narcos or Stranger Things. Even with regards to comedies it's not really as popular as BoJack Horseman or Netflix flagship dramedy Orange is the New Black.
It doesn't feature strong, charismatic characters, nor complicated plots which take a whole season to reveal. Instead, it's a series about life as experienced by most of us. It's about uneventful days, awkward conversations with parents, and generally finding happiness in failure.
In the second season the creators Aziz Ansari and Alan Yang change the scenery for a moment, taking the protagonist Dev (played by Ansari) from crowded New York to Modena, Italy. The city has an actual small town feel, but that doesn't contribute to the show slowing down, nor diverting from its regular topics.
The force of the show lies in the fact that it doesn't depend on big budget, known faces - although some appear here as well - or special effects, but rather interesting scripts and observations. It's a show that's naturally funny, and totally underrated among its Netflix peers.