Master of None Presents: Moments in Love

Master of None Presents: Moments in Love

Master of None Presents: Moments in Love

Emmy-winner Lena Waithe and BAFTA-winner Naomi Ackie (The End of the F***ing World) take centre stage in this special five-episode season of the award-winning comedy series. Waithe co-wrote all episodes with the season's director Aziz Ansari.

2021USANetflix
ComedyRomance

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 3.1
23 May 2021

Moments in Love, Chapter 1

Now a bestselling author, Denise leads a quiet life with her wife, Alicia, in upstate New York. But dinner with another couple leads to bigger questions.

EPISODE 3.2
23 May 2021

Moments in Love, Chapter 2

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

EPISODE 3.3
23 May 2021

Moments in Love, Chapter 3

Facing a wave of major changes in her life, Denise wrestles with feelings of guilt and failure.

EPISODE 3.4
23 May 2021

Moments in Love, Chapter 4

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

EPISODE 3.5
23 May 2021

Moments in Love, Chapter 5

A trip upstate leads to reflections on the past and present.

Master of None Presents: Moments in Love / Reviews

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

It's the last episode that truly dazzles...

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The unembellished camerawork, use of long single shots without cutaways, and acute attention to detail in the set and props makes every scene feel intensely intimate.

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Vulture

Vulture

Ackie is a terrific, sturdy anchor in this extraordinary episode of television, one of the best that both Master of None and the year 2021 has produced.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

Season 3 tries to forge new ground and ends up on a familiar path instead.

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Variety

Variety

Whatever curated vibe these scenes are trying to go for, they end up feeling interminably long for the sake of it.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

It's great to know that after years apart, Ansari and Waithe were willing to try something both so different and yet so true to the larger spirit of what the show was before.

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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

Both Waithe and Ackie deliver brilliantly judged performances, but it's hard going.

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