Every year, Netflix spends billions of dollars on original content to satisfy the fans who can’t get enough of their hit series. With the vast majority of their originals being renewed for consecutive seasons, the network is clearly doing something right commercially. They’ve even exceeded critic’s expectations, winning nine Emmys and racking up dozens of nominations.

The creative talents producing the shows are equally willing to take risks as well. Whether it be a scene or the series as a whole, boundaries are constantly pushed. For example, Master of None‘s second season impressively broke the form by following a series of characters ...

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