I saw some people mention this in one of the rolled up threads, but this show needs its own discussion.
The setup: Nathan Fielder (Nathan For You) helps people prepare for difficult situations by creating elaborate sets and hiring actors so they can rehearse the situation before doing it for real. The sheer amount of money they put into practicing these things is kind of unbelievable, and Nathan’s awkward directness at times leads to some very interesting things. Starting in episode 2 it takes a very strange turn, but I’ll avoid spoilers in this first post. Highly recommended, but put up your cringe-shields. I rank this slightly worse than Curb Your Enthusiasm as far as viewer discomfort watching this play out.